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Fire Prevention with Federated

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Fire prevention is an essential topic for business owners, so ACCA Platinum Corporate Partner Federated Insurance® is sharing these three steps to help you begin preventing dangerous, deadly, and avoidable fires.

Step One: Educate employees on the consequences of a potential fire at the business.

The impacts of a fire can be deadly, expensive, time-consuming, and overwhelming. It isn’t just business owners that could be affected. Their employees, their families, and their livelihoods are also at stake.

Step Two: Implement a fire prevention plan at the business.

This plan should include several key components, including designating a person responsible for fire prevention at the business. In addition, conducting regular fire safety walkthroughs and completing a fire safety checklist to help identify sources of fire at the business is imperative.

Step Three: Repeat steps one and two.

Federated encourages businesses to take time to focus on training their employees. Their business can benefit from implementing a fire prevention plan and using a fire prevention checklist, as well as continuously evaluating for fire hazards.

Fire prevention is an everyday practice. It could be the difference between a successful business and one gone the next day. Federated encourages businesses to review and implement fire prevention plans and receive personal consultation on fire prevention topics from the knowledgeable risk consultants at Federated’s Risk Management Resource Center.

At Federated Insurance, It’s Our Business to Protect Yours®

About Federated Insurance

Founded in 1904, Federated Insurance is a national insurance and risk management organization that serves the property, casualty, and life insurance needs of clients in select industries. The organization has 523 recommendations from state, regional, and national associations and buying groups and is rated A+ (Superior) by industry analyst A.M. Best®.

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