According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires resulting in over 1160 incidents, a 297% increase over the daily average.

Article by Dale Grant – Marketing Specialist We all have Thanksgiving traditions that we look forward to. For some it’s sitting down to enjoy New York’s iconic Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. There are the more masochistic among us who enjoy an early morning 5k Turkey Trot or rooting for the Detroit Lions. For some, it’s […]

Article by Tom Morrow – Inspections Sales Manager While many people believe that sprinkler escutcheons are just for aesthetics and serve no real purpose, they are actually very important and necessary components to help your sprinkler system function as designed. When a sprinkler system is installed, a hole is cut in the ceiling or wall […]

. In today's fast-paced digital world, corporations heavily depend on cybersecurity to safeguard their sensitive data and assets. However, as technology evolves rapidly, businesses must continue to conduct risk assessments and adapt as necessary, as the security of these assets is only as strong as the weakest link.

November 6-11, for the first time, Oliver is Putting Security First to highlight our outstanding Security Team and the amazing technology our partners are using to keep your business safe.

Healthcare Facilities range from large high-rise buildings with both short-term and full-time residential facilities to outpatient care clinics. While the structures may be different, the fundamentals of fire safety remain the same

Moving far beyond simple intrusion detection and surveillance, modern commercial security systems have become an important piece of your building’s overall Fire Prevention strategy.

As the seasons change and the temperatures start to drop, it is even more critical that low point drains are managed on a regular basis.

Retirement homes, office breakrooms, dorm rooms, event spaces often all involve some sort of food preparation. This can involve a variety of heat sources, each capable of producing a fire if not used properly.

nstalling a Fire Protection System in your existing building is the best option you can take to protect your people, property, and products in the event of a fire. Oliver Fire Protection & Security can develop a Master Plan to help you understand what is involved in having your building retrofitted with a Fire Protection system.

“You NEVER pull the Fire Alarm unless there is an emergency!” This message is drilled into us during the earliest stages of our formal education and because we are told not to, we spend the rest of our lives wanting to pull it. So, what actually does happen when a Fire Alarm is pulled?

Whether residential or commercial, it is still imperative to have an emergency action plan and to distribute it among your tenants.

Ensuring fire safety in your building is a top priority for all property owners. One of the essential components of a fire protection system is a fire pump. Fire pumps are commonly found in buildings that tend to have a high-pressure demand such as high-rises or storage warehouses. A fire sprinkler system, which is an integral part of a fire pump, utilizes the high-pressure water provided by the fire pump to increase the flow rate of the water and extinguish fires effectively.