Since 1950, Keller Fire & Safety Inc. has been the best source of fire protection services. 913.371.8494
Keller is the specialists in fire protection service, installation, and design. Let us help you determine the best protection solutions for your unique facility.
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The Topeka office has moved! 433 SW 32nd Terrace / Topeka KS 66610
Keller will be closed during the following Holidays:
- Good Friday
- Memorial Day
- July 4th
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving (Thursday and Friday)
- Christmas (25th and 26th)
- New Years Day
Fire Protection Planning
Creating an extensive fire protection plan for an industrial production facility will likely require compliance with several different fire protection codes and standards, depending on the location of the facility and the type of industry it is in. Some of the codes and standards that may be relevant include:
- National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) codes and standards: The NFPA provides a wide range of codes and standards that cover fire protection and life safety, including NFPA 1: Fire Code, NFPA 70: National Electric Code, and NFPA 101: Life Safety Code.
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations: OSHA regulations, such as 29 CFR 1910.119, require employers to have emergency action and fire prevention plans in place for certain types of facilities and industries.
- International Building Code (IBC): The IBC sets requirements for fire-resistance ratings, means of egress, fire detection and alarm systems, and other aspects of building safety.
- International Fire Code (IFC): The IFC includes fire prevention and life safety requirements for the design and construction of new buildings and additions, as well as for existing buildings.
- NFPA standards and codes specific to the type of industry or activity in the facility.
- Standards and codes of the country and state where the facility is located
It is important to note that different countries, states, and municipalities may have their own codes and standards in addition to the ones listed above, so it is important to consult with local authorities and fire marshals to ensure compliance.
CO2 Refills / Kegerators
You may want to check your dates before you make the journey. CO2 bottles need to be Hydrotested every 5 years and a hydrotest will take a couple days before you get your tank back. If you have questions, Marvin has answers, 913.371.8494 x216.
As a Life Safety business, Keller will remain open during these troubled times. Keller performs work necessary to the operations and maintenance of “Essential Infrastructure”. While we are called out to work at essential business sites, we are abiding by and respecting social distancing and adhering to the local government restrictions, to the extent possible.
Essential Business Statement
Keller as and Essential Business takes proactive measures to ensure compliance with Social Distancing Requirements, including where possible:
1. Designate six-foot distances. Designating with signage, tape, or by other means six-foot spacing for employees and customers in line to maintain appropriate distance;
2. Hand sanitizer and sanitizing products. Having hand sanitizer and sanitizing products readily available for employees and customers;
3. Online and remote access. Posting online whether a facility is open and how best to reach the facility and continue services by phone or remotely.