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Archive for May 2016

Ensuring Your Seattle Fire Alarm Systems Pass Annual Inspections

Though they can induce a bit stress, annual commercial fire alarm systems inspections are required by the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) over your property and designed to help prevent injury and mitigate loss due to fires. Depending on the location and type of system you have, the length and frequency of testing will vary…

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Does Your Seattle High Rise Meet the New Seattle Fire Code 510?

Some existing high rise buildings in Seattle are subject to a retroactive installation of an emergency responder communications system. This means that if your building does not have a system, you will be required to retroactively install one in 2016. What Is Seattle Fire Code 510? Seattle Fire Code 510 requires reliable communication for emergency…

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New Burglar Alarm Dispatch Requirements For Redmond

Beginning April 15, 2016, to qualify for a police dispatch in the City of Redmond there must be some form of verification that the alarm is valid. The qualifiers are: An eyewitness to a crime in progress Video or Audio evidence of a crime The receipt of two or more alarms signals during the same…

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New Code Requirements For Washington State Cannabis Facilities

Since legalizing marijuana back in 2012, the cannabis industry in Washington has skyrocketed. Of course with tremendous growth, comes more government regulation. Guardian Security can provide expertise and guidance ¬†here in Washington to help you keep up with the changing code requirements, as well providing professional security & fire alarm systems design and installation for…

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