“The fire sprinkler systems that go into a single-family dwelling, they are for life safety only,” said Edwards. “They weren’t made initially to protectRead More →
Sprinkler systems for fire suppression are required in certain structures in Oklahoma, but not in the places most people are exposed to fatal fires.
Upcoming classes in Tulsa promise to help architects assimilate and apply the design options in the International Building Code to increase fire protection.
Don’t forget this Thursday’s meeting on May 23. Please join us at Joseppi’s in Stillwater. Meeting will start at 1:00 following lunch at 12:00. Important topics to be discussed. We hope to see you all in Stillwater! May 2013 Agenda
We have scheduled Backflow Prevention Training and Certification June 24th through 29th. Please complete registration forms for class and send to Ron Edwards along with the $750 Training Class Fee. The OFSA will be sending a single check for the class when invoiced. Forms and payment need to be received no later than June 1st, 2013. Backflow Registration Form [...]
Please view link below for a recap of topics discussed at April’s Meeting. OFSA April 2013 Meeting Notes
With over 40 years of experience, Fire Safe Systems is your source for fire sprinkler systems exclusively for the residential market. Fire Safe Systems specializes in single family homes. Contact: Rick Young (405) 396-2765 or (405) 650-5089 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Address: P.O. Box 40, Arcadia, OK 73007 | Website: www.firesafeathome.com