Palmdale, California Fire Watch Service
If you own a business, the last thing you want is for your employees and customers to be in danger because of faulty fire suppression systems.
It’s important to protect your people with emergency fire watch services from USPA Nationwide Security & Fire Watch Service. Our certified fire guards are all trained by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and have proven to be highly effective at protecting properties when their regular security system fails. We provide 24-hour protection against fires that threaten lives, property or operations through our licensed nationwide network of expertly trained firefighters who are ready to get on site within 60 minutes of receiving an alarm signal. We offer competitive pricing for our service packages based upon customer needs, location and size of building space requiring coverage. Please call 1-800-214-1448 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about how we can help keep your people safe today!
Firewatch Company Palmdale
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Emergency Dispatch Fire Protection Service CA
USPA Nationwide Security & Fire Watch Company is a national provider of emergency firewatch services across the United States. We are committed to providing our clients with reliable, professional and affordable 24-hour emergency fire protection services in compliance with NFPA 1670 Standard for Emergency Services Incident Management System, NFPA 1001 Standard on Fire Protection Engineering Principles and Practices, OSHA 1910 Subpart P Occupational Safety and Health Program Requirements for Construction, California Code of Regulations Section 7293.2 (b), Cal/OSHA 29 CFR Part 1926 Subpart M Scaffolds Used in Building Construction, BOCA National Building Code 2003 Edition as well as local municipal codes when applicable. Our certified fire guards are all fire marshal approved to perform fire protection services which include protecting a building and its occupants when a suppression system is not functioning during an emergency situation such as natural disaster.