Monday, February 28, 2011

Grill fire closes Broadway Brewhouse for Night

One of the many things people forget to consider when getting their fire systems serviced is the cost of down time in the event of a fire. Some of the things to consider beyond lost sales are wasted products (Food, and Cooking Oils to name two), wages, a possible increase in insurance premiums, and possible legal action if there is an injury or worse. A well maintained fire system will limit these types of expenses, and allow you to do what you do best.

Grill fire closes Brewhouse

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Friday, February 25, 2011

Mistakes Employers Make AFTER a Serious Accident & How to Avoid Them

1 Life Workplace Safety is one of Bison Fire's Preferred Partners. We have found that working with industry professionals such as 1 Life allows us to focus on what we do best, while still being able to serve our customers when they need additional support that is related to what we do. 1 Life has shown us a level of professionalism that is equal to what we feel our customers need. Follow the link to their lastest newsletter it contains some great information.

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Thursday, February 24, 2011

How to quell a kitchen fire

With proper training anyone can react properly when in a dangerous situation. The difference between taking action, and panicing is training. As the attached story shows taking action can be easier than you think. www.timescolonist.com/news/quell+kitchen+fire/4330670/story.html

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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

The MFEEA meets the MBOFC

The MFEEA (Manitoba Fire Extinguisher Equipment Assn.) met today with the Manitoba OFC (Office of the Fire Commissioner). The OFC has assembled a committee to review the MB Fire codes, and requirements. Rob Read (President), and Derrick Bertrand (Secretary) of the MFEEA were invited to attend to provide perspective from our industry. We discussed certification of technicians who perform inspections on kitchen suppression systems, certification for technicians who perform inspections on extinguishers, and labeling to identify when an inspection is required , and if there are any deficiencies on that system.

Our presentation was well received, and a good exchange of ideas went around the room. We are looking forward to working with this committee again in the future as we feel it is important to provide imput from our industry to raise the overall level of training, education, and service in Manitoba.

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Monday, February 14, 2011

Bison Fire joins the PPMA!

Rob - On behalf of the PPMA Board of Directors we would like to extend a warm welcome to you and your firm in joining our Association. Attached please find your welcome letter, membership benefit package, membership directory, PPMA brochure, PPMA By-Laws and the event and meeting schedule.

Shirley Tillett, Executive Director
Professional Property Managers Association

We feel privileged to become a member of this association. To join we had to go through the application process that included supplying 
references from withing the PPMA membership, and are proud that they felt us suitable to offer our support to the associations membership.

The PPMA was first organized in 1984 and currently represents 58,139 rental units, over 1/3 of the total rental universe in Manitoba and 60% within Winnipeg - both private and public sector housing - 58 property owners and managers and over 96 Associate members from the supply industry. PPMA is the sole voice for the residential rental industry in Manitoba. You can visit them on line at www.ppmamanitoba.com

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Thursday, February 10, 2011

The Badger Advantage 4 lb. ABC Fire Extinguisher is now here!

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The Badger 4 lb. Dry Chemical extinguisher will be a fanatastic addition for the Construction Industry. The 2A:10 B-C rating in a smaller extinguisher will meet occupancy ratings when budgeting a new project. This new size allows us to provide smaller cabinets for additional protection and more savings. Contact us for more information, or to see a presentation of this exciting new  fire extinguisher!




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Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Great Job Landon Our Regina Branch is Shining!

First off I want to say Thank you. You are very professional in the way you present yourself & the planning work schedule along with the actual work.You have made me already say I would recommend you & the company to any one who is in question. Looking forward in future business.... Please forward to your boss as they need to see my comments.

Faron Comaniuk
Tube City IMS

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