Subscribe to Fire Systems Installation

Fire Systems Installation

RJA adds Sako to its N.Y. location

 - 
11/01/2002

NEW YORK - Fire firm RJA Group has moved to larger offices here, providing the company with room to incorporate its security division Sako & Associates under the same roof.
Patrick Johnson, spokesman for RJA Group, said it marks Sako & Associates entrance into the New York market.

Fire, security firms named in lawsuit

Grinnell Fire and SecurityLink are named in a lawsuit where a fire destroyed a records keeping facility in Penn.
 - 
11/01/2002

WILKES-BARRE, Penn. - Grinnell Fire Protection Services Co.

SimplexGrinnell to seek GSA Schedule for fire, security systems

 - 
07/01/2002

WESTMINSTER, Mass.-SimplexGrinnell could be soon expanding the scope of its General Services Administration work, with an agreement now in the works for a GSA Schedule for fire and security systems.

NFPA elects new board members

SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2002

QUINCY, Mass.-Four new members were elected to the NFPA Board of Directors to serve three-year terms.

Certification fails by one vote

CSAA to file appeal with NFPA council for July meeting
 - 
07/01/2002

MINNEAPOLIS-Despite more than a year of rallying members to vote for the passage of NFPA 72-381, a proposal that would require that fire alarms be certified, failed by only one vote, 80-81. At least one alarm industry organization said it plans to file an appeal.

New AFAA group formed in central Virginia

 - 
07/01/2002

LAKE MARY, Fla.-A new member group that encompasses fire companies in the central Virginia area has formed as a member association of the Automatic Fire Alarm Association, the AFAA's 25th such member organization.

Fire firm sees growth in security

 - 
06/01/2002

CHANTILLY, Va.-Engineered systems distributor Gage-Babcock & Associates moved into larger headquarters here, a facility that enabled the company to hire more employees and expand its modeling capabilities.

Groups urge approval for codes

SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2002

MINNEAPOLIS-Members of the National Fire Protection Association were set to vote on several changes to the NFPA fire alarm code at the NFPA World Safety Conference in May, changes which the two major trade associations of the alarm industry were urging its members to support.

Under Proposal 381, changes were made to part of NFPA 72 that deals with remote station fire alarm systems by the NFPA's Supervising Station Fire Alarm Systems Technical Committee.

Pages

Poll

SSN News Poll November 2016

ASIS International's 62nd Annual Seminar and Exhibits sparked a lot of conversations about the technologies and issues within the industry today. Which technologies were most talked about, and what are the industry's biggest challenges?