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A Professional Engineer’s Evaluation of the Smoke Alarm Test as Presented on Good Morning America May 28, 2014

“THE FIRE TEST: Excellent. Conclusive and informative. A major contribution to fire safety.” “THE GMA REPORT ON THE TEST: Timid. Incomplete. Cowardly. Leaves millions of children at risk.” “The firefighters within Ohio did their part in an excellent manner. They ran a fire test program that confirmed that the ionization type so-called smoke detector is

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Shaker Heights Receives $45,000 FEMA-DHS Grant for Photoelectric Smoke Alarms

The Shaker Heights Fire Department was awarded a $45,000 grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to install 2,500 new photoelectric smoke alarms in the homes of Shaker residents. The total project cost of $50,000 includes a $5,000 match from the City. Citizens were encouraged to register

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Manual Pull Station Failures

BG 10 Manual Pull Stations were sold under various names but manufactured by Honeywell. There have been some recent problems with them and a repair solution is available. This link brings you to a repair for problems with the BG 10 Manual Stations: www.PullStationSafety.com Frank Frizell nfs-inc@msn.com (216)261-9200

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State Fire Marshal Issues Warning of Extreme Fire Danger

STATE FIRE MARSHAL ENCOURAGES EXTRA STEPS FOR A SAFE July 4th CELEBRATION State Fire Marshal Larry Flowers has issued a Warning of Extreme Fire Danger and is urging Ohioans to take extra safety precautions this Independence Day holiday. “Any spark is a danger right now,” says Marshal Flowers. “These hot, dry conditions and the forecasted

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