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Inspections, Maintenance & Training

Sprinkler system inspection image, courtesy of Wayman Fire

Foremost in our partnership with you, is to regularly inspect your Fire Safety Systems, assuring they’re certain to work when you need them to, and in compliance with fire safety Codes and Regulations.

Fire Safety Sales Company’s familiarity with the latest Codes and Regulations, along with our client database that tracks required inspection and maintenance schedules, assures that your facility will be current with required quarterly, annual, three- or five-year fire system inspections.  

We also help all clients, both new and established, to identify and resolve fire prevention and protection issues in advance of code mandated Fire Department inspections. REQUEST MORE INFO

Image courtesy of Red Head Brass

New Mexico Fire, OSHA and NFPA Codes mandate the following system inspection schedules:
We also make sure your team has the training available, so that your fire extinguishers work safely and effectively in an emergency.

You can call us to schedule an on-site training session for your team, customized to the kinds of extinguishers and fire risk that your facility has – or you can plan your own fire extinguisher training program using the free online course link below.

We’ve also included a great two-minute “How to Use a Fire Extinguisher” video which covers the basics of safe extinguisher use.

Whether it’s a three-in-one fire extinguisher (designed for wood, paper, fabrics, flammable liquids and some electrical), or specific class extinguishers designed for kitchen oils, flammable metals, clean room agents, carbon dioxide, or rubbers and plastics – knowing how to properly use each type of extinguisher in your facility can save lives and your valuable equipment and inventory.  Call or Email us to schedule on-site training.
How to use a Fire Extinguisher using the P.A.S.S. method, courtesy of Grand River Occupational Health and Safety
Plan your own extinguisher training program with this free, 9-step online course: Watch this two-minute video on the easy-to-remember P.A.S.S. method for how to safely and effectively use a fire extinguisher.
How to use a Fire Extinguisher using the P.A.S.S. method, courtesy of Grand River Occupational Health and Safety
Our goal is for every one of our customers to be equipped and able to respond in a fire emergency, so that it does not become a catastrophe.

“Thank you, Scott and Marie, for coming to our rescue. We greatly appreciate your immediate response in getting us in compliance. Only in Santa Fe can you get excellent service like this.”
– John B. Barela, Rocky Mountain EMS