Houston Metroplex Fire Marshals Protect Their Theaters!
Theater Fires have a long and deadly history in the USA. The Iroquois Theater Fire occurred on December 30, 1903, in Chicago, Illinois. It is the deadliest theater fire and the deadliest single-building fire in United States history. A total of 602 people died as a result of the fire. The theater had three audience levels.Read More
Celebrating Chero-Key’s 20 Years in NFSA!
Today, we would like to recognize Chero-key Piping Company’s 20 years of membership with NFSA, Chero-key joined NFSA in 1999.Read More
Sprinkler Save at Houston, Texas Commercial Building
On August 4th, the Aldine, Texas Fire Department responded to an alarm. On arrival, crews noticed water coming from under the roll up doors of a commercial building.Read More
Do Fire Sprinklers Really Save Lives and Property?
This article was submitted by Rachel Moreno, who serves as the Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office Outreach Coordinator and Public Information Officer. Harris County Fire Marshal is Laurie Christensen. (Photo – Texas Fire Sprinkler Coalition Chair Roland Garcia presents 2018 Texas Fire Sprinkler Saves Award to Harris County Fire Marshal and PIO Rachel Moreno.)Read More