LSS News & Articles

Photoluminescence: The Light At The End Of The Hallway

The fear of burning is a terrifying thought, however, smoke inhalation is the leading cause of death in the event of a fire. In fact, smoke can travel 120 – 420 feet per minute under fire conditions, which can cause hallways and stairwells to become dark and hard to navigate. Trying to evacuate from a burning building while staying calm is difficult enough, and with smoke masking your line of...

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How Passive Fire Protection Helps Keep Your Building Fire Prepared

As a facility manager, your fire safety plan must take into account that a great number of people present during a fire will have little to no training on how to quickly and safely respond. Especially in commercial facilities where there is a high percentage of foot traffic. So how can you make sure that your facility is prepared for a fire while keeping your guests safe? The answer is the...

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Photoluminescence: Help Guide Your Guest To a Safe Spring Break

For many students, spring break starts next week, which means there will be a lot of people traveling to spend time with their friends and families. Hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions will be busy with people coming and going through the next several weeks. And as a facility manager, your fire safety plan must take into account that a great number of people present during a fire will...

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Keep Your Loved Ones Safe With Passive Fire Protection

Valentine’s Day is Thursday, which means you will probably be spending a lot of time showering your loved ones with chocolates, flowers and all kinds of luxuries. However, one area you don’t want to go without some attention this year is a building’s fire and life safety protection systems, especially for loved ones in a nursing homes.

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Get Total Fire Protection With Active and Passive Fire Protection

As a facility manager, when someone asks about your building’s fire protection system, you probably think about its alarm and sprinkler systems when, in reality, it is much more. In fact, there are two types of fire protection systems, Active Fire Protection and Passive Fire Protection. It’s important that both systems are properly working in the event of a fire. Active and passive fire...

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Lighting The Way To A Safe New Year With Photoluminescence

Happy New Year!

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Be Prepared For A Fire This Winter With Passive Fire Protection

With a major winter storm already hitting the south and creating issues, I can’t help but think about all the potential fire risks that increase during this season.  Heating equipment, cooking, holiday decorations as well as candles all contribute to an increased risk of a fire hazard. However, a significant portion of fires during winter are caused by heating equipment. Since heating...

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Stay Safe This Thanksgiving With Passive Fire Protection

With Thanksgiving tomorrow, it’s no surprise that the holidays are officially here. From the preparation of meals to the hanging of holiday lights and decorations, this time of year is notorious for accidental fires. Therefore, making sure that your property is prepared for a fire emergency can only ensure that the integrity of your building as well as the lives of those who occupy it are...

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Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark With Photoluminescence

Halloween is right around the corner, which means when darkness falls, all kinds of ghouls and goblins will be out playing tricks for treats! But let’s be honest, the scariest thing about the darkness isn’t the make-believe monsters, but the smoke that obscures your line of vision while you are trying to get to safety in the event of a fire. That’s why it is important to not only to make sure...

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