With Addressable Notification, K-12 Fire Protection Can Deliver Added Benefits
When it comes to fire prevention, no facility is more worthy of our efforts than a school. It’s a great responsibility to help protect our communities’ children and the teachers and staff entrusted with their learning and development – not to mention the property paid for by taxpayers’ dollars.
The good news is that recent innovations in the field of fire prevention can help to reduce the number of fires in K-12 school buildings. The better news is that many of those innovations deliver added benefits beyond better fire prevention.
This white paper describes these benefits, which include fewer nuisance alarms, improved communication and response to onsite threats (including active shooter incidents), reduced risk of vandalism, an enhanced ability to monitor facility temperatures in cold weather, easier management (including self-testing), fewer resources required for maintenance, and better protection against carbon monoxide.