Safeguard Your Home or Business with Amptec’s Fire Protection Blog

Amptec Fire & Security believes in the importance of educating our customers about ways to protect themselves and their properties. That’s why we’ve assembled a list of blog topics relating to fire protection in Edmonton. Should you not find the answer to your specific concern about fire safety and security listed below, feel free to reach out to us via phone or email and a member of our staff will return your inquiry as soon as possible.

  • A building being inspected.
    31/08/2020
    What to Include in Your Building Inspection and Fire Safety Checklist

    If you're a business owner, you know that your number 1 priority is keeping your employees safe. 

    But if you work in a building, a million different things could go wrong. In fact, 1,027 Canadian workers died on the job in 2018. That's more than 100 people every week.

    So how do you protect yourself and your workers? Conducting a regular building inspection prevents unseen problems from becoming life or death issues. Because of the constant threat of a fire, regular fire safety checks should also be conducted.

    What are the essential elements of a building inspection and fire safety checklist? Read on to find out.

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  • 16/03/2020
    How to Operate a Fire Extinguisher?

    When it comes to fire emergencies, it is good to be prepared. Fire extinguishers help put out small and large fires depending on the type of fire. Knowing how to operate fire extinguisher can save your life in an emergency. If you are looking for fire extinguishers for your home or business in Edmonton, choose Amptec Fire & Security. We offer a wide variety of fire extinguishers including dry chemical and carbon dioxide extinguishers.

     

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  • fire monitoring system
    16/03/2020
    How Often Should You Replace Your Smoke Detectors?

    A smoke detector is a device which detects smoke, usually indicating a fire. Commercial fire monitoring systems activate a fire alarm control panel whereas residential smoke detectors (commonly known as smoke alarms) provide a local audible or visual alarm from the detector itself. The smoke detectors are kept in plastic enclosures and can detect smoke both optically (photoelectric) and through a physical process (ionization). A central fire alarm system is usually used to power smoke detectors. Residential smoke detectors can either be individual battery-powered units or have numerous interlinked mains-powered units with battery backup. All the interlinked units are triggered if any one of the units detects smoke.

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  • 11/03/2020
    Emergency Planning For Small Businesses

    Emergencies like fires or gas leaks can happen anytime without warning. If you own a business, big or small, it is better to be prepared for the risks. Small businesses tend to follow less formal processes and have less rigorous business continuity plans. With more at stake, the possibility of hazardous events shouldn’t be taken lightly. In addition to property and monetary loss, there can even be loss of lives in such scenarios. You should develop an emergency response plan to meet the specific needs of your business. Be prepared with safety products like emergency lights and fire extinguishers available at Amptec Fire and Security.

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  • 11/03/2020
    How to Test If an Emergency Light Works

    You must have noticed emergency lights in offices and commercial buildings. But have you ever wondered about its purpose? It is a simple device, operating on a small battery connected to the main electrical supply (which keeps the battery charged). As per the building codes, nowadays it is mandatory to have these lights installed in all non-residential properties. The emergency light activates when there is a power outage and highlights exit signs to assist evacuation. To make sure it is working properly, you should ideally conduct inspection and testing once a month.

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  • Emergency Lighting
    26/02/2019
    Emergency lighting: what you need to know

    The importance of emergency lightning can’t be overstated. In the event of a fire that knocks out the power in a commercial building, it’s the emergency lightning that guides occupants to safety. And in the more common event of a power outage, emergency lightning ensures that everyone stays calm.

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  • Sprinkler system in Edmonton
    31/07/2018
    Common Myths About Sprinkler Systems

    We at Amptec Fire and Security would like to dispel a few common myths about sprinkler systems. A lot of people in Edmonton and around the world might have seen sprinkler systems go off in movies or on TV, or maybe heard a little about how they work, but more often than not, these are just myths. Sprinkler systems are one of the most reliable and cost-effective ways to protect your property and loved ones. Here are just a few of the myths about sprinkler systems:


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  • Fire Alarms Edmonton, AB
    31/07/2018
    Do you know when you should repair or replace your fire alarm?

    It’s essential for your safety that your fire alarm is always in proper working order. If something isn’t working correctly, your entire system may be useless in stopping or warning of an accident, depending on what kind of protection system you have. With a fire alarm system, won’t have to think about your fire protection that often but that doesn’t mean you should forget about it entirely. It only takes one accident at the wrong time for a disaster to occur.


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  • 21/08/2017
    Fire Alarm Evacuation Tips

    The fire monitoring system of your Edmonton home or business is designed to protect you by alerting you to when you need to evacuate. Having a good knowledge of fire safety is important for keeping your family or your employees and clients safe.

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  • 21/08/2017
    How to Choose the Right Fire Alarm System for Your Business

    A business’ fire alarms are its main method of alerting employees and customers of the need to evacuate the building, and so should be one of its highest priorities. Choosing the right system for your business from a trusted provider of fire monitoring systems in Edmonton, such as Amptec Fire & Security, is absolutely crucial.

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