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Fire & Life Safety

How to Understand NEC 2023 Cybersecurity Requirements

June 21, 2024
It’s becoming increasingly important to integrate cybersecurity into buildings, especially where emergency power systems and life safety are concerned. The 2023 update of the ...
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Fire & Life Safety

How to Deal with Asbestos and Other Health Hazards After a Fire

March 22, 2024
A fire can be the biggest catastrophe you face as a building owner or manager, but the danger doesn’t end when the flames are out. Hazardous materials like asbestos may be disturbed...
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Industry News

Security in Building Design Falls Short and Adds Costs, Study Finds

New report reveals that while security is a new priority in building design, a mismatch between ambition and reality leads to spiraling costs.
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ADA Compliance

Universal Design: When to Go Above and Beyond ADA Requirements

Feb. 9, 2024
Universal design concepts deliver full facility access to a broader range of people. Here’s why it can be beneficial to build on ADA’s minimum requirements.
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How to Mitigate E-Bike Risks

Feb. 7, 2024
Battery-powered transportation devices can cause serious damage if they catch fire, but smart storage strategies can help mitigate the risks. Learn more and take our quiz to test...
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Fire & Life Safety

What is Passive Fire Protection?

Feb. 7, 2024
Passive fire protection (PFP), also known as Built Fire Protection, helps safeguard people and limit damage to buildings and their contents from fire and smoke.