Introducing the 4100ES Addressable Autocall Fire Detection and Control Emergency Voice/Alarm Communications Panel by ESC of Greater Ohio | #TpromoCom #ESC_LLC #FireAlarm #LifeSafety | The 4100ES Series Fire Detection and Control Panels provides extensive installation, operator, and service features with point and module capacities suitable for a wide range of system applications. An on-board Ethernet port provides fast external system communications to expedite installation and service activity. Dedicated compact flash memory archiving provides secure on-site system information storage of electronic job configuration files.
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Restaurant Fires Can Mean the End of a Thriving Business | #TpromoCom #Restaurant #Fire #ESC_LLC | Over the past week or so there have been more commercial kitchen fires across the United States than you could ever imagine, and many of them will end up closing forever. What a shame when you consider that they were all once thriving businesses.
“If you own a restaurant, it’s important that you understand how
unfortunate that a devastating fire can be, not only for you, but also
for those men and women who work for you,” says John Larkin, Senior
Partner with ESC of Greater Ohio.
Your employees earn their living through the work they do in your food establishment. Through their job, food makes it to their family’s table, cars and trucks are purchased on a regular basis, kids eventually go to college, and retirements are often bolstered. Unless you do your homework now by having the right insurance; attending to ongoing maintenance issues; performing routine inspections; and having a quality, well-installed kitchen fire suppression system installed, all of this could go up in flames without any prior notice.
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When Seconds Count, ESC’s Shot Detection System Responds | #ESC_LLC #Shooter #Safety #Police | In an active shooter situation, it’s not an exaggeration to say that every second counts. “ESC’s Detect360 system combines leading gunshot detection with advanced notification technology to provide immediate notification as soon as a shot is fired,” says John Larkin, Senior Partner. Law enforcement, onsite security personnel and building occupants alike are alerted to the unfolding situation as quickly as possible.
In an active shooter situation, it’s not an exaggeration to say that every second counts. That’s why having access to accurate information within seconds is so critical. The Detect360 system combines leading gunshot detection with advanced notification technology to provide immediate notification as soon as a shot is fired.
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Architects, Electrical Engineers, and Professional Engineers Invited to Review ESC’s Engineering Support Services | #ESC_LLC#Permit#Specification#Blueprint| “The job of putting together a set of specifications for construction projects is hard enough without all the fine details that goes into upgrades for fire alarms and other electronic systems,” says John Larkin, Senior Partner with ESC of Greater Ohio. “Let ESC do the preparatory work for you by visiting the job sites, taking inventory, and assuring that your specifications and blueprints provide the right information.” For more information, visit ESC’s Website at http://bit.ly/2JgZz2V, or call 614-754-1393.
ESC Fire Extinguisher Techs are Certified by the State of Ohio | #ESC_LLC#Fire#Extinguisher#Certification | It’s the owner, renter, manager’s responsibility to see that fire extinguishers are properly inspected, but the person who does the inspection must be trained and certified to do the work. The exception to this is where a professional, technical trainee is under the immediate care of a certified person, per Section 220.127.116.11.1 of NFPA 10, Standard for Portable Fire Extinguishers, 2018 Edition. To learn more about fire extinguisher inspection and testing, visit ESC’s website at http://bit.ly/2BPHcKG
Remember #Fireworks #Safety This Fourth of July | #ESC_LLC #Celebration #Holiday | According to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, “280 people on average go to the emergency room every day with fireworks-related injuries in the month around the July 4th holiday” http://ow.ly/V0zB30kJ48z