New FDNY Fire Alarm Certification allows licensed professionals to certify corrections of certain fire alarm system defects reducing the backlog. In August, we wrote about a new proposed FDNY rule: Certification of Corrected Defects in Fire Alarm System Installations. The new rule establishes “a certification program by which licensed professionals may certify corrections of certain…
3 NYC Approved Outdoor Dining Heating Options Bars and restaurants have always been the fabric of our city. According to the Office of the New York State Comptroller, New York City’s restaurant industry in 2019 had 23,650 establishments, provided 317,800 jobs, paid $10.7 billion in total wages citywide, and made nearly $27 billion in taxable…
How to conduct NYC Fire Drills During COVID-19 Back in March, the FDNY allowed, not required, NYC building owners to postpone fire drills and non-fire emergency drills during the COVID-19 outbreak because such drills require building occupants to gather for ten or more minutes in a tight space such as a building corridor. The March…
Why do false alarms happen? Here are four potential causes for this annoying and often costly issue.
Carefully assess the status of building’s fire life safety and security systems which can make all the difference between high-quality and cost-effective protection.
Here are some ways to maintain proper and safe security measures as NYC indoor dining COVID-19 restrictions ease this fall in New York City.
Here are modern safety products that are efficient for your NYC Buildings needs.
Here’s how lower occupancy will impact your building’s life safety systems this fall and things to consider as you evaluate your building operations.
How to prepare for NYC’s Local Law 191 and Proposed FDNY Rules, Certification of Correction of Defects in Fire Alarm System Installations.
We’ve spent the past few months preparing New York City building owners and operators to return to full occupancy as currently defined by state guidelines. Here are three things that can help.