Occupant load for life safety

Businesses and building owners must ensure that proper life safety measures are taken in their facilities to protect customers and employees.

Dangerous drips

In addition to destroying carpets and walls, water-related damage also ruins important equipment, such as computers, fax machines, and phone systems.

Fire safety in your facility

Protecting your facility from fire can be complex. There are a number of actions you can take to reduce the chances of a fire at your school.

Organization sued for serious injuries from falling tree branch

Take precautions to reduce hazards associated with damaged trees.

Bleacher safety

Safety protocols to help keep bleachers a viable seating alternative for club members.

Cleaning supply safety

Keeping your facility clean and sanitized is an important part of making it safe. Your cleaning routine is a demanding task, which is complicated by the need to safely use and store poisonous cleaning supplies when small children are around.

Use ladders with care

Improper use of a ladder can be extremely dangerous. Many volunteers who assist in stage set up, prop management, and scenery design don't know how to use a ladder safely.

Is your property insured to its current value?

Steps to limit the possibility of your building being under-insured.

Protecting your computer equipment from surges

Recommendations for protecting you computer equipment from electrical surges.

Fire evacuation - What you need to know

Proactive steps before and during an evacuation to reduce anxiety and avoid injuries.