Sprinkler systems for fire suppression are required in certain structures in Oklahoma, but not in the places most people are exposed to fatal fires.Read More →
Upcoming classes in Tulsa promise to help architects assimilate and apply the design options in the International Building Code to increase fire protection.
Please review September meeting notes for recap and upcoming announcement.
It is time for membership renewal for 2013. If you would like to renew or would like to become a member, please click on link below, complete the form and submit using instructions enclosed. OFSA MEMBERSHIP DUES
You can see what permits have been pulled for OKC projects. Visit www.okc.gov/access. Click “Permits” tab. Complete fields and “Search”. Mike Wilson with the OKC fire department will list the additional requirements (site plan showing the nearest Fire Hydrant or other issues) on the permit request. Click here to see which field to complete.
Al Fire Protection has been serving the fire protection needs of Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas and Missouri since 1980. We are currently the only fire protection company in Oklahoma managed by a licensed fire protection engineer. We employ roughly 30 people and our office is located in Oklahoma City, OK.
Contact: Wally Gillispie or Dale Garrett | Office: 405-787-4417
Address: 9617 NW 4th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73127