Don’t Get Burned with Fire Code Violations
Our modern-day fire codes are built on vast historical records of national fire disasters. It seems that we learn our lessons when major tragedy strikes. Flipping through history books, we find “Great Fires” have touched many of our nation’s towns and cities: The Great Chicago Fire of 1871; the Great Seattle Fire of 1898; and in Boston, the Cocoanut Grove Nightclub Fire of 1942 - the list and the learnings go on.

Heat Stress
The effects of heat stress range from simple discomfort to dehydration, heat exhaustion and life-threatening heat stroke. Too much heat can cause fatigue, hurt job performance and increase the chance of injury. Heat stress also makes it difficult to concentrate on the job, which can be hazardous.