Fire Equipment Inspections: An Introduction
9 January 2023
Are you in need of a fire equipment inspection? If so, you may be wondering what you can expect from an appliance service. With the right support, inspecting your fire equipment can be quick and easy. This article walks you through the process so that you can feel more confident when it comes time for your inspection.
Step 1: Make Sure Your Fire Equipment Is Ready
Before an appliance service arrives at your home or business, make sure that all fire equipment is clean and properly serviced.
3 Crucial Fire Extinguisher Inspection Areas
6 January 2021
Productivity in the workplace goes hand in hand with safety. With enough and effective safety measures in place, employees are more productive. For instance, staff are less likely to perform well if they keep worrying about fire incidences in the workplace. It is why safety managers make fire equipment available for annual inspections by government or private inspectors. An inspector makes their report based on findings, which establish whether a workplace is safe or not.
Tips to Ensure Your Coffee Machine Lasts for a Long Time
11 October 2016
Many home appliances, such as coffee machines, can last for a very long time if they are maintained correctly. However, some homeowners may not get this extended service life from those machines because they may not know how to maintain the machines optimally. This article discusses some tips that can help you to prolong the service life of your coffee machine.
Use Specialty Cleaners
Many manufacturers of coffee machines recommend that the buyers of those machines use special coffee machine cleaners.
Five Troubleshooting Tips for Broken Needles on Sewing Machines
7 July 2016
Does your sewing machine needle keep breaking? That can be frustrating, especially when you're in the midst of an exciting sewing project. Luckily, there are ways to troubleshoot the issue:
1. Is your throat plate properly lined up?
The throat plate is the piece of metal that the needle goes through to reach the thread on the bobbin. If the plate isn't lined up, your needle may hit it and break.