LSS News & Articles

COVID-19 Update: We're Still Open For Business

With the Coronavirus hitting the U.S. hard, businesses everywhere are shutting down. But we are not one of them! LSS is still open for business to keep you safe.

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Businesses Prepare For The Coronavirus With UVC Lighting

The outbreak of coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, began in Wuhan, China, and has infected more than 75,000 people and killed more than 2,000 to date worldwide. The U.S. has 479 reported cases of coronavirus, said the CDC.

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LSS Life Safety Services® Announces New Service – UVC Light Disinfection

LOUISVILLE, KY (March, 2020) - LSS Life Safety Services®, a nationwide passive fire protection inspection company, is pleased to announce that we are now offering UVC Light Disinfection Services. UVC Lighting is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to...

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What You Should Know About Fire, Smoke and Combination Dampers

With spring break right around the corner, now is the time to ensure that your campuses fire and life safety systems are properly maintained. Fire and smoke dampers are an important part of a building's fire and life safety protection system in the event that there is a fire emergency. However, with dampers hanging out in the ductwork, it’s easy to forget they are there and they may go too...

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How Do Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs) Work?

Group purchasing organizations (GPOs) have existed for a long time to help businesses interested in buying similar products or services gain leverage through combined purchasing power. This leverage ultimately generates preferable prices and contract terms, saves time and frees up internal procurement resources.

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The Importance of Fire Rated Door Labels

Buildings and facilities alike use Fire Rated Door Labels to ensure fire code compliance. Parts may become deficient due to constant wear and tear from daily use. Unfortunately, there is too much damage caused by deficiencies in proper fire safety. 

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Top Causes Of Fire In Educational Properties

With so many people back on campus after the holidays, risks of a fire can increase. Every industry faces challenges when it comes to fire protection, prevention, and occupant safety. But for the educational industry, the biggest issue comes simply from the many different buildings that cater to your students, faculty and staff. Naturally, fire safety is one of your many concerns, and being...

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Start Right In 2020 With Routine Barrier Management Services

Its 2020, a new year and decade, and everybody wants to start the New Year right. As a facility manager, director of operations and engineer, the overall fire safety of your building should be high on your to do list. If your local AHJ visited your facility tomorrow, would your fire and life safety systems fall within code standards? Do you have a complete barrier management program in place?...

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Aspergillus Mold Is A Serious Issue In Hospital Ductwork

One of the biggest issues with improper ductwork cleaning is the spread of the Aspergillus fungus. Aspergillus is a fungus whose spores are present in the air we breathe, but does not normally cause illness. However, for those with weakened immune systems, damaged lungs or with allergies, Aspergillus can be a serious health hazard. While strains of this fungus are present in everyday air and...

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