Why you need two kinds of smoke alarms
At least one set of photoelectric and ionization alarms should be installed on each level of your home, including the basement and the attic.
Savvy Survivor | Your Home of the Best Survival Reviews and Guides
Article by Chris Ray and appeared originally on his site Prepared Christian Fire safety is something I think everyone should be practicing now when times are normal and you’re not in a survival situation, so that you can prevent or minimize the danger of a fire. In a survival situation, the danger of a fire …
National Fire Alarm Code Defined By NFPA 72
NFPA 72 is the National Fire Alarm Code. The importance of installing smoke and fire alarms in homes is supported by results from exhaustive
Code-change alert: Fire sprinklers in all new homes - Fine Homebuilding
In the Dec/Jan 2009 issue of Fine Homebuilding (#200), I reported on a new code that requires fire sprinklers in all new one- and two-family homes and town houses. The code appears in the 2009 IRC, but doesn’t go into effect until the start of 2011.
Artillery Precision Guidance Kit Passes First Article Acceptance Tests Verifying Performance and Safety
ATK announced that the artillery Precision Guidance Kit (PGK) has passed First Article Acceptance Tests for both performance and safety during testing recently conducted at Yuma Proving Grounds in Arizona.
The Deadliest Homesteading Mistake | Fire Safety on the Homestead
You need to take the Fire Safety on the Homestead very seriously or be doomed to suffer the deadliest homesteading mistake.