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As business owners and those who come in contact with the public on a regular basis, it’s our responsibility to make sure we’re protecting them from the threat of fires while they’re on our premises. A business owner needs to make sure he or she is compliant with all public safety regulations and fire prevention standards. We, as a flameproofing company, need to make sure we are thoroughly and correctly treating decorative materials such as drapes, curtains, greenery, upholstered furniture, etc. with fire retardants. Yet, even with all these safety measures in place, accidents still may happen. The general public actually has a role in their own fire safety as well. Today we’ll be discussing NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) recommendations that the everyday business patrons can employ while visiting local businesses.

An accidental fire can happen much faster than anyone typically imagines.  It just takes a string of a few unfortunate or coincidental events, and the outbreak of a fire can turn into a horrible catastrophe.  Because of the devastating effects of fire, it's so important that every measure is taken to be protected from fire.  This can take place through many means - smoke detectors, automatic sprinklers, flame retardant materials and fabrics.  But did you know there are additional actions you can add to the fire safety and flameproofing protocol? You can add another layer of protection by using flame retardant paints and coatings.

When we hear the term ‘flameproofing,’ we often think of the modern process of soaking or coating items in fire retardants.  While that’s true, many versions of flameproofing have been in effect over the centuries, however primitive they might have been. For as long as humanity has existed, we have inherently been aware of the power as well as the danger of fire - and our need for protection.

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