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S&S Fire Protection, L.L.C.
OK- 1935/OK-437
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Monday - Friday 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. CST
24/7 Emergency Service Available

S&S Fire Protection, L.L.C. P.O. Box 52130 Tulsa, OK 74152
11530 Owen St. Preston, OK 74456
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2017 O.F.S.A. Golf Outing
The guys had a great time at the 2017 Oklahoma Fire Sprinkler Association annual golf outing at the beautiful Lakeside Golf Course in Stillwater, OK.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

Business Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. CST
24/7 Emergency Service Available

S&S Fire Protection, L.L.C. P.O. Box 52130 Tulsa, OK 74152
11530 Owen St. Preston, OK 74456
    There are many tips out there to keep you and your family safe when it comes to fire. We wanted to take the time to share just a few with you. 
  • ​Always Cook With Caution
  • NEVER leave space heaters unattended
  • Replace open flame candles with LED - powered versions
  • Test your smoke detectors/Check the batteries
  • Have an evacuation plan in case of fire

    If you would like more safety tips we'd like to invite you to visit www.nfpa.org and click on the "Safety Information" tab. ​

October is Fire Prevention Month!!!
Preston Drillers
    We were happy to have the opportunity to sponsor the Preston Drillers coach pitch team this year. We couldn't be more proud of our team and the accomplishments they overcame as they ventured into their first year of coach pitch! We admire the dedication of the players as well as their coaches. 

    The Drillers placed 2nd in the Okmulgee County summer league. They then went onto to play in Muskogee’s Fall Ball League and placed 2nd with a record of 8-2. 

    We look forward to another great year next season! 

Happy Holidays
Fire Prevention Week October 8th - 14th
Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out!
    According to the NFPA, a successful, balanced fire protection plan should be designed so that reliance for safety to life does not depend solely on any single safeguard. 

    Additional safeguards shall be provided for life safety in case any single safeguard is ineffective due to inappropriate human actions or system failure.

    Please feel free to click the "Download Link" button for your own copy of the list to the right. 

Courtesy of : NFPA and Brooks Equipment

 **Pictured Left to Right**
Jerry Shepard, Bryan Drinnon II, Bryan Drinnon and Todd Griffith (H.D. Supply)
Congratulations Drillers!!!!!!!
    We would like to congratulate our very own Bryan Drinnon II on a great race season with O.C.C.R.A. Bryan finished 3rd in his class and 8th overall.
     A big thanks goes to his sponsors Key Construction of Oklahoma and SandTrax for making this season such a huge success! 

*** Kidde Product Safety Recall***

**Contact us at 918-442-2999 and we will help you get it replaced**
    The recall involves 134 models of Kidde fire extinguishers manufactured between January 1, 1973
and August 15, 2017, including some models that were previously recalled in March 2009 and in
February 2015. The extinguishers were sold in red, white and silver, and are either ABC- or BC-rated.
    The model number is printed on the fire extinguisher label. For units produced in 2007 and beyond, the date of manufacture is a 10-digit date code printed on the side of the cylinder, near the bottom.
Digits five through nine represent the day and year of manufacture in DDYY format. 
    Date codes for recalled models manufactured from January 2, 2012 through August 15, 2017 are 00212 through 22717. For units produced before 2007, a date code is not printed on the fire extinguisher.

Please click the button below for a chart showing which models are effected. 

Congratulations 157x !!!
    Winter holidays are a time for families and friends to get together, but that also means a greater risk for fire. Following a few simple tips will ensure a happy and fire-safe holiday season.

  • Be careful with holiday decorations. Choose decorations that are flame resistant or flame retardant.
  • Keep lit candles away from decorations and other things that can burn.
  • Replace any string of lights with worn or broken cords or loose bulb connections. Read manufacturer’s instructions for number of light strands to connect.
  • Use clips, not nails, to hang lights so the cords do not get damaged.
  • Keep decorations away from windows and doors. 

    If you would like more safety tips we'd like to invite you to visit www.nfpa.org and click on the "Safety Information" tab.
Fire Safety for the Holidays
    The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that there is an estimated annual average of 210 home structure fires that begin with Christmas trees. Based on data from 2002 through 2005, these fires caused an average of 24 civilian deaths, 27 civilian injuries, and $13.3 million in direct property damage per year [1].

    The NFPA analysis also shows that although the number of Christmas tree fires is low, these fires represent a higher level of hazard. On average, 1 of every 9 Christmas tree fires resulted in a fatality compared to an average of one death per 75 non-confined home structure fires overall. Further, 49 % of Christmas tree fires spread beyond the room of origin. The fires that spread beyond the room of origin caused 94 % of the associated fatalities [1].

    The percentage of trees involved in structure fires represent an extremely small portion of the total number of natural Christmas trees sold, which is estimated at 30 million trees, in the United States each year [2]. The moisture content of each tree can play a dominant role in determining the fire hazard each tree represents. 

    Properly maintaining a cut Christmas tree is important to retaining a high moisture content in the needles of the tree to limit accidental ignition and prevent rapid flame spread. A tree which has dry needles can readily ignite with a flaming source and generate heat release rates that are capable of causing flash over in residential scale rooms. 

  • 2014 - Chelsie R. Drinnon "Mr. Rodger's Neighborhood"
  • 2015 - Nick Graham "Skyler's 2nd Team"
  • 2016 - Chelsie R. Drinnon "Mr. Rodger's Neighborhood"
  • 2017 - Zack Jennings "Okmulgee Bulldogs" 
    A little bit of friendly competition never hurt anyone, right?! 

    If you would like more information on joining our Fantasy Football League for the 2017 season please feel free to email me, Chelsie at ssfireprotectionfantasy@ssfireprotection.com and I will get you set up on one of our leagues. (must be one of our customers or vendors) ​The winner will receive their name on our very own Lombardi Trophy which is on display in our office all year long. 

4th Annual SS Fire Protection Fantasy Football League
~ Toys For Tots and The Salvation Army Tree ~
    We love being able to give back to our community and this holiday season was no exception. 

    We donated two truck loads of toys, one went to KMOD's "BMMS 28-Hour Marathon Toy Drive" for Toys for Tots and the other one went to the Okmulgee Daily Times "A Christmas to Remember" for the Salvation Army's Angel Tree. 

    We would like to wish all of you a Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year! 

Would you know how to use a fire extinguisher if it were needed?Yes
No, Show me how.