From Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, many Americans spend their time enjoying favorite holiday traditions while making memories with family and friends. But, did you know the holiday season is one of the most dangerous times of the year for fires? According to the U.S. Fire Administration, about 47,000 fires occur during the winter holidays. These fires can lead to millions upon millions of dollars in property damage, countless injuries, and even deaths. However, you can keep these sobering facts from turning your festive occasion into an unthinkable tragedy with these holiday fire safety tips.
If your business handles fire and life safety inspections or cross connection control testing, you’ve probably noticed that the inspection software for sale on the market is either web-based or desktop-based. You might wonder exactly what the difference between these two types of software is – and why does it matter to your business. These are good questions. At FormLink Systems, we want to provide companies with the information they need to make informed decisions on the inspection software they buy and use for their businesses.
For water utility companies, backflow prevention testing companies, and plumbing companies, hiring and onboarding new backflow prevention testers is important to ensuring the safety of public water systems. If you hire and onboard an individual without the proper knowledge and training, you could be looking at a potential backflow testing error that may lead to cross-contamination of your community’s water system and corresponding liability.
With the high demands on fire & life safety inspection and testing, Performance Fire Protection turned to FormLink for a better process.
Performance Fire Protection, LLC is a fire and life safety company based out of Mooresville, NC that proudly work with clients all throughout the Southeast. Their highly-trained employees and project crews with 16+ years of experience help set their teams apart.
For many communities, the start of summer is a time for enjoying the outdoors. Since homeowners tend to spend more time in their yards during the warmer months, a lot of areas experience spikes in water usage. Many people, however, don’t realize that these modern conveniences come with their own set of responsibilities—because everyone plays a role in keeping our water safe.
Managing your public water supply can be a tall order for any cross-connection control coordinator. Yet all across the country, these specialists continue to rise to the challenge. But if tracking backflow tests and monitoring risks ever feels overwhelming, it can help to remember that you’re not alone. Small towns and big cities alike face similar challenges in this industry.
Going paperless can sound like a lofty goal for a lot of organizations, but when you break it down, the process is pretty simple. The benefits of going paperless far outweigh the transitional hurdles. Cut paper costs in increments to ease into the process. Slowly but surely, eliminating paper can help make your workflow much easier—both for your team, as well as the people you serve.
Although it wasn’t popularized until 2010, the first tablet computer was actually released about two decades ago. Even still, the products can seem strange to people who aren’t too familiar with technology. But are tablets really that complicated?