OUR GOAL

Fireman by training, the owner of SIN insists for …

 

1. Raise awareness and educate people on the fire safety.

 

2. Shape places and make them secure according to the NFPA, CNPI, CNB, Law and order and the service of fires department.

 

We receive several references of these categories of professionals …

 

1. Company of management of condos

2. Firm of expert-advice and inspector in buildings

3. Firm of management of risk

4. Company of ventilation

5. Company of alarm system

6. Broker and insurance agent

7. Engineer, architect, general contractor etc.

 

Welcome to the students fire brigades and preventionist for a summer job.

OUR SERVICES

TRAINING

1. Training to the leaders and the business employees, of factories, of condos etc.

 

   - How to use a extinguisher ?

   - What to do when there's a fire ?

   - How to act during an evacuation ?

 

2. Annual inspection of factories, business, condos, etc.

 

3. Sale, refill and installation of fire extinguishers

 

4. Sale and installation of exit panel, emergency lighting, warning device of smoke and carbon monoxide etc.

 

5. Delivery of certificate of compliance, statement of correction and inspection and complete report on fire of 10 pages.

 

— How to use a extinguisher?

— Project of moving or enlargement. What to think?

— Condo, commercial, industrial

TO INFORM AND PROTECT YOU

COMPETENT AUTHORITIES.... WHAT IS IT?

 In the documents of the NFPA, the expression "competent authority" is used in the broad sense because competent authorities and bodies of approval have all the same responsibilities.

 

Where the law and order is of essential importance, the competent authority can be a federal body, of State (provincial or territorial in Canada), local or regional, or another responsible person such as a department head of fire, police captain(commissioner) of the fires, a director(manager) of service(department) of prevention sets on fire, a Ministry of Employment or the health, an inspector in building(ship), an inspector in electricity or quite different natural or legal entity having a status of authority.

 

For the purposes of insurances, the inspection service, the service(department) of pricing or quite different representative

EXTINGUISHERS

EXTINGUISHERS CLASSES

1. Fire extinguisher with water : A

2. Fire extinguisher with distilled water : A, C

3. Fire extinguisher with chemical powder : ABC ou BC

4. Foam fire extinguisher : B, C

5. CO2 fire extinguisher (Carbonic gaz) : B, C

6. Fire extinguisher with dry sand, metals and other : D

7. Fire extinguisher with chemical liquid for kitchen : K

 

 

 

FREQUENT QUESTIONS:

 

How to choose ? What size ? What class ?

How many do I need ?

How to install it, at which height and at which place?

Must my fire extinguisher be visible and accessible(?

How to maintain it?

How to use him it?

How have it?

What a hydrostatic test?

 

 

We are always available to answer your questions. Do not hesitate to contact us.

 

Our estimation is free!

INSPECTIONS

What do we verify during a refill of fire extinguisher?

1 The mechanical components

2 The agents fire extinguishers

3 The propellant agents

Did you know:

 

Once a month, the fire extinguisher of type ABC must be knocked down and shaken to avoid the chemical powder which it contains to becomes compact. As soon as a fire extinguisher was used, even partially, he must be reloaded. When you notice that a fire extinguisher is damaged, that the capacity indicates a too strong or too low pressure or  that the pin is missing, make it verify by us or a different specialized firms.

Chemical powder ABC

 

Inspection:1 year

 

Recharge: 6 years

 

Hydrostatic test: 12 years

 

Pressure water A

 

Inspection:1 year

 

Recharge: 5 years

 

Hydrostatic test: 5 years

 

CO2 - Carbonic gaz

 

Inspection:1 year

 

Recharge: 5 years

 

Hydrostatic test: 5 years

REQUIREMENTS

CLASS A

 

In every business the class A must be present.

 

In every medium-risk area, the minimal quotation has to be of 2A.

In every high-risk area  the minimal quotation has to be of 4A.

 

In every medium-risk area, is needed a fire extinguisher every 1500 pc.

In every high-risk area, is needed a fire extinguisher for every 1000 pc.

 

At no time the distance to reach a fire extinguisher of class A has to exceed 75 feet

CLASS B

 

In every medium-risk area, the minimal quotation has to be of 10B

In every high-risk area, the minimal quotation has to be of 40B

 

In every medium-risk area, is needed a fire extinguisher of minimal quotation 10B in every 30 feet

In every high-risk area , is needed a fire extinguisher of quotation 20B in every 50 feet

 

In every medium-risk area, is needed a fire extinguisher of quotation 40B in every 30 feet.

In every high-risk area, is needed a fire extinguisher of quotation 80B in every 50 feet.

 

At no time the distance to reach a fire extinguisher of class B has to exceed 50 feet

WHAT TO DO WHEN THERE IS A FIRE

 

If you detect a fire (smoke smell, crackle):

 

- Trigger the alarm system.

- Leave the building immediately.

- Notify the fire department.

 

If you hear the alarm system:

 

- Leave all your belongings.

- Touch the door before opening it. If it is hot, there are probably flames or gases on the other side; In this case, do not open the door.

If the door is not warm, open it slowly to make sure there is no danger on the other side.

- Go quickly to the nearest exit if no danger threatens you. If there is smoke, move around crawling. Always be ready to turn back if access to the exit is obstructed by smoke or flames.

- Never take the elevator.

 

If you must stay in your home because a greater danger threatens you outside:

 

- Call your fire department to report your presence in the building (always keep the fire department number at your fingertips).

- Block empty spaces around the door with towels or wet sheets to prevent smoke from entering your home.

- Breathe through a damp cloth, if there is smoke.

- Open a window, but be ready to close it quickly if the smoke enters the interior.

- Go to the balcony if you think the smoke and the flames will not reach you or stand in front of a window in order to be spotted.

contact us

(438) 404-1518

info@securiteincendienational.ca

2901 RUE BERGMAN, LAVAL, QC, H7L 3Y5

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