Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, hand sanitizing stations have become prominent features in educational institutions, from K–12 to colleges and universities. While these are necessary, maintaining multiple stations requires schools to store bulk supplies of hand sanitizing liquid. Storing these hazardous materials safely can quickly become a logistical challenge from a fire and life safety perspective.
Telgian fire protection, life safety and security experts Ralph Bless, Tom Parrish and Lauris Freidenfelds recently spoke with Campus Security & Life Safety magazine editor Matt Jones to explore the very strict codes on flammable and combustible liquid storage and provide expert insight for school administrators.
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