Commercial warehouses store a range of goods from consumer electronics to bulk chemicals to frozen foods. Competent fire protection demands a level of fire safety knowledge that anticipates and mitigates the causes of fire in these facilities. Determining fire protection needs in a warehouse is a job best left to the experts at Keystone.
Varied Inventories Require Carefully Planned Fire Protection
Lessen the Risk of Serious Liability Claims
A crushed pallet is one thing. The loss of an entire warehouse and the destruction or damage of customers’ goods from fire is another thing altogether. Worse, it can threaten your business. Keystone is the life safety partner with the knowledge that makes the difference between a profitable warehouse operation or the risk of a catastrophic financial loss. A lot is at stake.
Compliance is Only the Starting Point
When warehouse managers think about fire safety, the first thing that comes to mind is usually compliance with fire codes and OSHA regulations. Fire codes are in place to achieve a certain level of safety, but true fire protection goes beyond preventing hazards such as blocked exits, malfunctioning sprinkler systems, or neglected fire extinguishers.