Are you doing everything you can do to protect your company and human assets in the event of a fire?
No matter what brand of fire suppression system you have on your equipment it is a good practice to perform a pre-shift inspection before starting the work day. Yet remarkably, many companies don’t.
Think about it. Prevention matters.
In the normal course of operation hoses can become loose, nozzles could get damaged, cartridges can be taken off for maintenance and not replaced as well as many other things. A knowledgeable operator can spot trouble before it happens. Identifying issues with the system before it needs to discharge in the event of a fire, saves property and lives!