A&J Fire Extinguisher Updates Services for New York City FDNY Code Inspections

NYC-based provider of fire extinguisher services such as inspections for commercial properties monitors FDNY regulations on such matters as emergency preparedness, fire extinguisher tagging, prevention, safety reporting violations removal and more.

Brooklyn, United States - November 27, 2017 /PressCable/ —

A&J Fire Extinguisher, a leading fire extinguisher inspection service provider in the New York City area that supplies products and services for all fire protection and safety needs, constantly keeps a keen eye on NYC Fire Code revisions to keep required fire extinguisher equipment up-to-date and in compliance with ever-changing FDNY Fire Code laws. As a law that establishes fire safety requirements for buildings and businesses in New York City, the New York City Fire Code applies to all places and persons in the metropolitan area.

The Fire Code is a regulating force for such scenarios as emergency preparedness; the reporting and prevention of fires; the manufacture, handling, storage, transportation and use of hazardous combustibles and materials; the conduct of multiple businesses and activities posing fire hazards and the installation, design, operation and maintenance of the premises and buildings that house such businesses, materials and activities.

A free fire extinguisher inspection, tagging or supply quote can be obtained by calling A&J Fire Extinguisher at (718) 878-6828 or visiting www.anjfire.com for more information.

“From FDNY-licensed NYC fire extinguisher inspections to the sale of extinguishers, tagging, recharge, refill and FDNY code violation removal, we do it all when it comes to fire equipment in New York,” says Jack Shammah, owner of A&J Fire Extinguisher. “When customers decide to go with A&J, they receive new fire protection products current with the latest technological advancements, inspections that comply with the latest fire codes and laws in accordance to NFPA’s inspection schedule, violation reports that comply with all the local AHJs (authorities having jurisdiction) and servicing of fire protection gear under National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) standards.

“Our representatives are always keeping abreast of changing elements within the New York City Fire Code hierarchy, including the areas of general precautions against fires, emergency planning/preparedness, fire operations features, fire resistance-rated construction, means of egress, fire protection systems and many more.”

On June 1 of 2016, the New York City Fire Department adopted a new rule which has become a New York City safety law, referred to as 3 RCNY 505-01.505-02 and which requires guest room and apartment identification plus directional signs and markings. A&J representatives have been informing customers of the law, which requires building owners to indicate apartment entrance doors with emergency markings that assist first responders, firefighters and building occupants in identifying apartment numbers in smoky conditions that obscure standard eye-level door number signs.

Contact Info:
Name: Jack Shammah
Organization: A&J Fire Extinguisher
Address: 265 Livingston St., Brooklyn, NY 11217, United States
Phone: +1-718-852-2762

For more information, please visit http://www.anjfire.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 269727

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