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If a Fire Starts: Know how to safely operate a fire extinguisher Remember to GET OUT, STAY OUT and CALL 9-1-1 or your local emergency phone number. Yell “Fire!” several times and go outside right away. If you live in a building with elevators, use the stairs. Leave all your things where they are and…

Fire Extinguishers Generally, fire extinguishers should be installed within 75 feet of all areas of the building. All extinguishers should be visible and readily accessible. All extinguishers should meet the minimum required rating, or should be installed for special hazards. All extinguishers should be installed at the proper height above the floor (generally, the top…

May 2016 Recent pranks and scams are creating havoc at restaurants across the USA!  Some chain restaurants, including Burger King, Jack in the Box and Wendy’s have been the target of scammers and prank calls occurring over the last few months.  Individuals with an apparent knowledge of the internal operations of fast food establishments have…

Business How To: PREPARE FOR FREEZING TEMPS by Don Stewart, Vice President, Averus Fire Division Winter brings a whole list of challenges to operations, here is our Averus business how to: prepare for freezing temps! First, preventative work spares major expenses, true in almost every scenario, but when temperatures drop below freezing the consequences of being unprepared…

CO2 – Carbon Dioxide Detectors | The Other Silent Killer The Next Push in Fire Prevention (Sept 2014) In our homes, we have carbon monoxide detectors to alarm and alert us.  In restaurants, commercial kitchens, concert venues, sports stadiums and other facilities there is another, often undetected, silent killer – CO2 or carbon dioxide, which…

Why Doesn’t My Hood Cleaner Service My Suppression System?  Do I Really Need Two Vendors For My Kitchen Exhaust? The need for two different service companies for the kitchen exhaust hood system has often caused confusion; a common misconception for customers is one tech completes both the exhaust cleaning and fire protection service.  Preventative maintenance…

Did you know that cooking fires are the most common causes of home fires and home fire injuries? Pans left unattended while hot on the stove are obvious culprits but there are a number of less obvious causes that may be news to you.  (www.NFPA.org) 10 tips to prevent kitchen fires (article via www.NFPA.org) According…

How Often Should Your Kitchen Exhaust Hood & System Be Cleaned? [vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]The National Fire Protection Association standards are specifically designed to limit the life safety concerns and fire hazards associated with commercial cooking equipment and rooftop grease containment*. At Averus, we take all the necessary steps to comply with these standards or codes on…

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