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Get involved with developing building fire protection systems
The work that fire protection contractors do to assess risks and possible dangers in a business can mean the difference between a ...
- Article By Shalleen Mayes
- – February 22, 2010
Preparation is key to fire protection in the workplace
Complying with federal and state fire safety codes and regulations may seem like a complex burden for a small business. But preparing ...
- Article By Tom Nutile
- – March 24, 2011
Putting too much front-end fraud protection in place can be a very bad thing for online merchants battling CNP fraud.
- Article By Greg Shuey
- – July 13, 2016
Protect your business from fire by purchasing and maintaining fire extinguishers
If a small fire breaks out inside your business, it is critical that you have a general fire extinguisher nearby. General fire ...
- Article By Thomas Langford
- – July 12, 2010
Protect your investment with a fire alarm
Fire alarm systems are sometimes a forgotten part of building a successful business. A fire can destroy your business at any given ...
- Article By Casey Holley
- – October 10, 2010
You know that the firing was legal, but that doesn't mean a lawyer won't take up the case, and you could end up in court. Reduce your odds.
- Article By Suzanne Lucas
- – May 9, 2016
Protecting your business with the right fire insurance
As a business owner, you probably know you need liability insurance--but many owners don't realize they may need additional fire ...
- Article By Kristina Seleshanko
- – September 3, 2011
Debating whether or not you should fire an employee? Take a look at these situations in which an employee should be terminated.
- Article By Tommy Wyher
- – March 3, 2016
Protect your life and property with quality smoke and fire detection
Fire and smoke detection equipment keeps your you, your workers and your facilities safe in case of a fire. Smoke detectors and other ...
- Article By Leah Kuriluk
- – May 12, 2010
From idea to launch and beyond, your business is your baby. Protect it - and yourself.
Launching a business is exciting, but new entrepreneurs are prone to leaping before they look. Know what you're getting into.
- Article By Sherry Gray
- – July 29, 2016