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Fire

Somewhat informal; to terminate the employment of an employee. An employee may be fired for cause, such as for sexual harassment or absenteeism, or, in many cases, without cause. A fired employee is often eligible to collect unemployment insurance for a certain period of time.
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The fire alarm and detection industry on the source of Type of Application could span Housing, Commercial, Industrialized.
Summary: Out of 2,500 fire alarms, only seven turned out to be actual fire incidents -- official
"Luckily, we haven't had any case of fire in the complex but it's really not a good thing having no fire alarms or fire extinguishers," he said.
Residents need to be responsive to fire alarms because it is not necessary that they are tested all the time.
Yes I have a fire alarm and thankfully we have never had a fire.
"Because the fire alarm was not fitted properly it delayed the alarm going off which caused the delay in alerting the woman.
Unlike many other fire alarms which can become an annoyance, where batteries can easily be pulled out, the alarms provided in the scheme have a 10-year life and a battery which cannot be taken out.
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If, for some reason, you don't have one, or possibly don't know if yours is adequate, the care, maintenance, and testing of your fire-alarm system--whether you follow ICC or NFPA codes--will be governed by NFPA 72, the National Fire Alarm Coder
Fire Alarm Ceiling Box is red for easy identification.
SigniFire[TM] can be interfaced with conventional fire alarm systems to provide early notification and when interfaced with a fire extinguishing system, it accomplishes fire control at the smoldering stage, the earliest stage of a fire.