• Illuminating The Importance Of Emergency And Exit Lights
    From fire-fanning winds in California to thunderstorms across the U.S., inclement weather has the potential to cause power outages. One survey found one in four U.S. businesses reported losing power at least once a month.
  • Reopening Considerations for Fire Protection and Facility Readiness
    Whether facilities are reopening in a limited fashion or resuming regular operations, organizations may consider taking steps, including some related to fire protection, to prioritize the safety of building occupants.
  • Fire Protection Awareness Tips for Fire Prevention Week
  • The Importance of a Fire Prevention Plan at Your Facility
    From 2005-2009, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) estimates 115,500 structural fires occurred annually in non-residential properties resulting in $3.1 billion in direct property damage. Read more for a list of proactive steps your business can take to help prevent fire loss.
  • The ABC’s of Fire Extinguishers
    Did you know that different types of fires require different types of fire extinguishers to suppress them? Learn more about the different types of fires and fire extinguishers.
  • Cost Saving Technologies for Fire Alarm Monitoring
    Costly conventional hardwire monitoring does not have to continue to drain your pocket book every month. Learn more about our cost saving solution to monitoring your fire alarm.
  • Are Your Emergency Exit Signs Compliant?
    To avoid hefty fines for fire code violations, it is important that your facility has working emergency exit signage that is compliant with all applicable codes. Emergency exit lights should be checked on a monthly basis to ensure proper functionality. Learn how to reduce your risk of noncompliance.
  • Celebrate Safely: 5 Tips For Handling Fireworks
    According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, fireworks were involved in 4 four deaths and over 9,000 injuries in 2011. Although beautiful, fireworks are dangerous. It is important to take the proper precautions before attempting to handle them yourself. Follow these tips to help keep your family and friends safe.
  • Fire Extinguisher Training: Giving Your Employees the Skills to be Safe
    Every facility has portable fire extinguishers by law. But do your employees know how to properly use them in the event of a fire? Learn more about Cintas fire extinguisher training.
  • Protecting Your Computer Server Room From Fire Damage
    The traditional fire protection equipment in your computer server room can cause damage to your equipment in a fire. Cintas installs, services and repairs all kinds of clean agent fire suppression systems. Read more for tips when assessing your server room fire protection needs.
  • Prevention and Extinguishing of Cooking Fires
    With the holidays fast approaching, you and your family may be spending a lot of time preparing food, presenting the risk for kitchen fires. Learn more about how to respond should a fire emergency occur in your home.
  • Winterizing Your Fire Protection System
    Each winter, pipes in sprinkler systems freeze and burst, causing significant amounts of property damage. Don’t fall victim to piping problems. Learn more about winterizing your fire protection system.
  • Faster, More Reliable Fire Alarm Monitoring With CintasNet
    Fire Emergencies can occur at any time—even when your facility is closed. Cintas offers a reliable, lightning-fast solution with CintasNet wireless fire alarm panel monitoring. Learn more about this solution.
  • Traveling Tips: Choosing a Fire-Safe Hotel
    It is important to consider fire safety when making hotel reservations. Read more for tips to stay safe as you travel.
  • Keeping your Portable Extinguishers Compliant: Internal Servicing Process
    You may have noticed that your Cintas fire service technician exchanges some of your extinguishers with freshly serviced units from time to time. Learn more about what happens to your old extinguishers through our “Even Exchange” extinguisher servicing process.
  • Understanding Required Code: the NFPA, your AHJ, and your Insurance Company
    Fire protection regulations are a complex and ever-changing set of rules that differ from facility to facility. Read more on how these three regulatory bodies impact the specific code applicable to your facility.
  • Kitchen Systems: Understanding Codes and Compliance
    Kitchen suppression systems are subject to specific codes and regulations. Learn more about the importance of partnering with a fire protection provider to inspect your system regularly.
  • Types of Sprinkler Systems
    Automatic sprinkler systems often play a critical role in minimizing fire damage at a facility. Read more to see if your facility has the right type of sprinkler system.
  • Treating Burns
    Even when all the proper safety measures are followed, burn injuries may still occur. Learn more on tips to follow if you experience a minor burn injury.
  • Motor Vehicle Fire Safety
    According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) there were over 187,000 vehicle fires in the US in 2011, causing over 250 civilian deaths. Read more on tips to prevent vehicle fires and respond appropriately should one occur.
  • Understanding Automatic Fire Alarm Systems
    Automatic fire alarm systems often play a major role in loss prevention during a fire emergency. Read more for a basic overview of the components of an automatic fire alarm system.
  • Home Fire Safety
    You’ve trusted Cintas to protect your facility, but fires do not limit themselves to places of business. Learn more about fire protection tips to stay safe at home.
  • 3 Common Fire Protection Equipment Deficiencies
    Fire protection equipment is an essential part of any facility’s life safety program. Read about some of the most common deficiencies.
  • Five Year Internal Inspections
    Material can build up in your sprinkler system, compromising its functionality. Learn more about how this required maintenance can keep your sprinkler operational.
  • Sound The Alarm!
    Did you know a fire can double in size and intensity every 30 seconds? Read more on what it means to have a properly maintained fire alarm.
  • Safety Programs This Spring with 6 Training Topics from Cintas
    Did you know a fire can double in size and intensity every 30 seconds? Read more on what it means to have a properly maintained fire alarm.