Happy Halloween! Wondering how much candy to buy?
Safety, safety, safety – it’s a concern for every occasion or holiday.Read more
The Importance of Logbooks
Logbooks are a crucial part of any property manager’s records. They contain vital information..Read more
Emergency Planning 101
Successful emergency planning contains three, vital components in accordance with the Ontario Fire CodeRead more
Carbon Monoxide Alarms (CO Alarms) Required as of April 15, 2015!
October 15, 2014 marked the date that new Carbon Monoxide (CO) alarm requirements came into forceRead more
The 12 Days of Holiday Fire Safety
From all the staff and technicians here at ProFire Safety Services, we’d like to wish you all a safe and happy holiday! For those of you celebrating, a very Merry Christmas to you!Read more
This Weather Can Cost You; Frozen Pipes
If there is one thing we can send you right now, it has to be some warmth! With Toronto (and surrounding areas) heading into yet another ‘polar vortex’ deep-freeze …Read more
Put a Freeze on Winter Fires!
A common misconception is that due to the deep cold temperatures of winter, fires are naturally suppressed.Read more
Get Yours Now: High-Rise Fire Survival Kit
Although the partnership of the property manager and chosen fire alarm company works to prevent fires as best as possible, emergencies can still occur.Read more
Historical Fire & Life Safety, Then & Now!
Carbon Monoxide (CO), the Silent Killer
Can you see, hear, smell, taste or touch what’s in the white space that fills the rest of this window? It’s more than likely that you can’t. Carbon monoxide (CO), the Silent Killer, ..Read more
Fire Safety Plans, Do YOU know what they entail?
In Issue 3, we covered emergency planning in a very general sense. In this issue, we introduce you to the section of the Ontario Fire Code which outlines exactly what Fire Safety Plans should contain and the responsibilities that lie with building owners/managers.Read more