Showing posts with label ESC. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ESC. Show all posts

Friday, January 12, 2018

ESC Opens New Website

On this new day in a new year we launch our new website!

Although this original website will continue to do a great job, this new one provides us with even more tools and capabilities with which to serve your needs.

One way that we can serve you better is to offer you an email option as a means of letting you know when we make changes, like adding a new micro-blog article, like this one. To subscribe all you have to do is place your email in the subscription form and submit. From this day forward you'll know when there are changes.

To Visit the New ESC Website: Click Here

We have every intention of keeping this previous website up and running simply because of all the great information that's on it. If you have any problems finding what you're looking for, or if you have a comment, suggestion, or question, click here to send an email. Or, feel free to call me at 614-754-1393.

I value your thoughts, ideas, as well as your safety and security. Please continue to think of ESC when it comes time to secure or fire proof your facility. Remember, ESC has your back!

John Larkin, Senior Partner


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Tuesday, December 19, 2017

ESC's Ugly Sweater Winner is...

The theme of ESC's holiday celebration, see ESC Celebrates Holidays at BrewDog in Canal Winchester (click here), was Wayne Clay, one of ESC's distinguished fire and security system technicians.
“Without a doubt, Wayne won the 'ugly sweater' contest--hands down. Wayne has been with ESC for 3 years. I appreciate his loyalty and the superb skill he exhibits in the area of fire and security system installation and service,” says John Larkin, ESC's Senior Partner. “As a tech, Wayne works on a variety of systems during the course of each day. Not only does he install and service fire alarm and security systems, he also attends to access control and video surveillance.”
Each year ESC features a main theme in which those who attend have an opportunity to participate. This year's holiday celebration was held in the Columbus area at BrewDog in Canal Winchester, Ohio.

The following are photos from the party.

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John Larkin, ESC
Senior Partner

Angie Moore
Office Manager

Scott Camps-Lead Fire Suppression Tech

Greg Davis-Sr. System Sales Rep
Wayne Clay - Technician

Ivra Bassett -
Business Accounts Manager (right)

Tony Bristow -
Technician (far right)

Linda and Allan Colombo -
ESC Social Media Director

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Friday, December 15, 2017

ESC Celebrates Holidays at BrewDog in Canal Winchester

John Larkin, Senior Partner with Electronic Systems Consultants LLC (ESC) of Greater Ohio, and ESC staff celebrated the Holidays at the BrewDog Dog Tap brewery located in Canal Winchester, Ohio. The event, which was held this past Saturday afternoon (December 9, 2017), included lots of food, games on the main floor, and a tour of the brewery.
"Each year I look forward to gathering my team at the end of the year to celebrate the holidays. It gives me a chance to thank each of them for their loyalty and the hard work they do. Because of these men and women as well as our clients, ESC has seen enormous growth over the past few years,” says John Larkin, ESC's founder and senior partner.

John adds, "This year's event was held at one of my favorite places in the Columbus area: BrewDog. Not only was the dinner a huge success, but so was the guided tour of the bottling operation. The tour was great and a good time was had by all.”

Early on the founders of BrewDog "were bored of the industerially brewed lagers and stuffy ales that dominated the UK (United Kingdom) beer market." It was April 2007 BrewDog was born (Source: http://bit.ly/2kxs7qw).

As an equal opportunity employer and a certified Ohio Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), ESC provides the best in security, fire detection, and fire protection to commercial, retail, industrial, and institutional facilities across Ohio. ESC technicians are second to none, being factory trained and certified in all they do.

“I’d like to take this opportunity to wish every one of my you and yours a safe, secure, and fire-free holiday celebration,” says John Larkin. For more information on ESC, visit our website at http://bit.ly/2yd66lC or call us at 614-754-1393.

Be sure to read about ESC's "Ugly Sweater Contest!" (click here).

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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Knowing Fire Code is Essential to the Proper Installation and Maintenance of Fire Extinguishers

ESC of Greater Ohio works hard to get and keep your business. One of our big sellers is fire extinguishers and it’s certainly one area that you need to know about. If you have fire extinguishers in your business, you must follow fire code or risk the wrath of a local city or county fire inspector or State Fire Marshal.
From a service and maintenance standpoint, here’s the meat:

  • NFPA 10, Section 4-3.1, requires that fire extinguishers be inspected when initially installed and thereafter at approximately 30-day intervals.
  • Section 4-4.1 on maintenance says that fire extinguishers should be maintained at intervals of not more than 1 year, at the time of hydrostatic test, or when specifically indicated by an inspection. 
  • In addition, Section 4-4.3 requires that stored-pressure fire extinguishers that require a 12-year hydrostatic test shall be emptied and subjected to the applicable maintenance procedures every six years.
  • This is only part of the story you need to know about. Just as important is the type of fire extinguishers you buy and where you install them throughout your facility. Here’s a short list of all the major types of portable fire extinguishers and what they are designed to do, meaning the types of fires they are engineered to fight:
  • Class A: Fires that involve wood, cloth, rubber, paper, and some types of plastics.
  • Class B: Fires that involve gasoline, oil, paint, natural and propane gases, and flammable liquids, gases, and greases.
  • Class C: Fires that involve all the materials found in Class A and B fires, but with the introduction of an electrical appliances, wiring, or other electrically energized objects in the vicinity of the fire.
  • Class D: Fires that involve combustible metals, such as sodium, magnesium, and potassium.
  • For additional information on fire extinguishers and the fire code that regulates their installation and on-going service, go to: http://bit.ly/1QBV0y4, or call 614-754-1393, or send an email to electronicsystemsconsultants@gmail.com. We’re ESC, we have your back!


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