Kitchen fires, often fueled by oils and/or grease, require a specialized fire extinguishing setup as well as monitoring and inspection. Systems that recognize and extinguish kitchen fires are called kitchen fire suppression systems. The owner or manager of the property should conduct monthly visual inspections of these systems to ensure compliance with local laws, insurance requirements and manufacturer warranties.
A thorough visual inspection covers the following facets:
Assets are integral elements to the profitability and stability of a business. Of the many threats to asset security a business owner faces, fire can be one of the most damaging and unpredictable.
Before choosing the appropriate fire safety direction, a business owner must determine what fire safety products would work best to shield the business from fire damage.
A fire suppression system is most sought after by business owners as being a complete solution to the threat of fire. The fire suppression system is an automated, interconnected setup of fire safety equipment, including fire extinguishers and fire alarms. But there is additional equipment that, depending upon business needs, can be deemed equally necessary, such as fire blankets, cabinets and related accessories.