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Chicago Fire Department Lifts Moratorium on Fire Drills

The Chicago Fire Department recently lifted the moratorium on conducting in-person fire drills for high-rise office buildings. The fire drills will be required to follow social distancing guidelines set in place by the Chicago Department of Public Health, Illinois Department of Public Health, and the Centers for Disease Control. The current lower occupancy rates will assist property management teams in safely performing such.

Educational activities such as fire drills and life safety seminars play an essential role in informing tenants of guidance and best practices for critical emergencies. Titan provides a “virtual” Life Safety seminar that includes a customized approach to fire-safety awareness, guidelines for what to do during a fire emergency, who to contact when fire indicators are present, and what safety features are available in the building. We are here to help you provide a strong foundation of preparedness for your tenants in the unlikely situation of a fire taking place in your facility.  

Looking to Register your Building?

If you would like to register your building for a fire and safety seminar, contact Titan’s Director of Emergency Management, Tom Henkey at thenkey@titan-security.com

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