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Look Inside This Issue
Feature Article: When Deadlines Are The Worst, We Are At Our Best
Fire Protection: Coordination of Electrical Fire Pump Installations in Canada
Code: Unprotected Stairs and Breezeways in Residential Construction: Code Requirements From a Life Safety Perspective
Risk: School Safety and Security Awareness and Planning
Fire Protection Pumps: Fire Protection Pumps: Updates to NFPA 20
Security: Understanding the Three (3) Facets to a Complete Security Program
Special Tribute: Tribute to Former President and Chairman of Schirmer Engineering
Around The World: Clients Identify Their Top Ten Risk Items. How Prepared is Your Organization?
Meet the Team: Moriel Kaplan, PE Director for Aon Fire Protection Engineering
Project Spotlight: 10 Buildings That Changed America
Industry News: OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard – Summary of Changes and Compliance Timeline