It doesn’t take long for an accidental or freak fire to rage out of control in mere minutes – even seconds. A fire can originate from carelessness, a tragic string of coincidences or even just a bizarre accident. And before you know it, that fire is on its way to becoming a catastrophic event. Because the outcome of even a minor fire can quickly reach devastating proportions, it’s vital that we do everything within our control to have every fire protection measure in place. The standard for fire safety includes fire extinguishers, automatic sprinklers, and smoke detector. But you can take it to the next level by using fire-resistant paints and coatings.
One of the best things that New York City has to offer both to tourists and residents is its top-quality theater industry. Individuals from all over the globe come to our city to experience its amazing theater productions. The incredible architecture in the theater industry as a tourist attraction should be noted as well. Because this is such a vital contributor to not just tourism but to the local economy as well, a theater owner needs to take great measures to make sure the building is safe for its patrons as well as actors, especially protected from the threat of fire. To help in that area, today we will discuss what’s involved in protecting theaters from fires.