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It is no secret that for any property owner, there is always a risk when it comes to fires. This is especially true in high-rise buildings, as fire can easily spread and become out of control. The four property classes that account for half of all high-rise fires include apartments, hotels, office buildings, and facilities …

As a hotel manager it’s your responsibility to ensure the welfare of your guests. And yet, a surprising number of hotel managers don’t have a sound grasp on fire prevention or how to minimize the risk and damage should a fire occur.
In this post, we’ll take a closer look at practices hotel managers can …

According to the U.S. Fire Administration, there were 104,600 fires in nonresidential buildings in 2015, the last year data was available. This category includes commercial buildings such as offices and restaurants, as well as government buildings and healthcare centers. While there was a 1% increase in the number of fires in 2015, the number of …

Safeguarding your business from fire damage is a multi-step process. By doing so properly, you can protect your property, employees, and customers in the event of an emergency. And this all starts with a comprehensive fire safety plan. Use this guide to double check the details of your plan. The longevity of your business may …

Sadly, motel and hotel fires cause an estimated 150 injuries and 15 fatalities each year. As a property manager, it’s your responsibility to do everything you can to protect your building and all its occupants from these dangerous fires.
If you’re working in the hospitality industry in Atlanta, make sure that you are well aware …

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