Bob Caputo, Executive Vice President of Compliance Solutions at fire and life safety firm Telgian Corporation, recently authored an article entitled “A Guide to Water-Based Fire Protection System Requirements” in the May/June 2015 issue of Professional Retail Store Maintenance. In the piece, Caputo describes why communication is the key to understanding and managing fire and life safety systems for the retail industry. Caputo also outlines NFPA 25 and an owner’s responsibilities, as well as how owners can determine which fire and life safety experts are the right fit for their needs.
For example, since 1985 Telgian Fire Safety has served as a trusted partner to clients around the globe, providing innovative solutions and keeping facilities safe, compliant and on budget. Telgian’s expertise includes testing, inspections and repair of Fire Life Safety Systems including Fire Sprinkler Systems, Fire Alarm Systems, Fire Extinguishers, Kitchen Hood Suppression Systems, Backflow Systems, Emergency/Exit Lights, Special Hazards, Clean Agent Systems and Fire Alarm Monitoring.
The company specializes in service to multi-location properties, as well as large single-campus facilities. Telgian services approximately 50,000 locations annually throughout the US and abroad, providing a centralized approach and standardized way for clients to manage their FLS program including Inventory Tracking, Capital Replacement Programs, Budgeting and Forecasting. No other service provider offers the same level of expertise or provides the breadth of services. In addition, Telgian retains the best associates in the industry, to ensure that customers receive only the highest-quality service.
In addition, a customer-first culture ensures that clients receive the best service for their unique needs. Telgian is an unbiased provider, separating the inspection and testing process from the repairs, thus eliminating all conflict of interest.
To read the Professional Retail Store Maintenance article in it’s entirety, please click here: A guide to water-based Fire Protection System Requirements.