Fire Extinguisher Recharge and Maintenance

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Our much anticipated recharge equipment has arrived.  Veterans Fire Protection can perform your fire extinguisher recharge and six maintenance for you.  Contact us for details.

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Our new billboard is up.

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Our new billboard is up on Rt 209 in Stroudsburg.  A shout out to Sal and the team at Adams Outdoor Advertising for creating this awesome display for us.

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Greater Pocono Chamber of Commerce

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Veterans Fire Protection is pleased to announce that we were recently accepted into membership by the Greater Pocono Chamber of Commerce.  We are excited to be affiliated with such a fine organization.  Check them out at:  http://www.greaterpoconochamber.com

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New Jersey Licenses

Veterans Fire Protection is proud to announce we have recently acquired our license in New Jersey.  We are currently licensed in Fire Alarms and Portable Fire Extinguishers.  Our license is NJDFS P01447.  We are in the process of adding Special Hazard Systems and Pre-engineered Kitchen Systems to our license.

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CARLISLE TRUCKS

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Veterans Fire Protection is back at Carlisle this weekend for Trucks.  Stop by G90 and pay us a visit.

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Photography: Certify Your Extinguishers

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Fire extinguishers require annual inspection. Contact Veterans Fire Protection for a free fire survey.

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“But We’ve Always Done it This Way: Top Ten List”

Originally posted on EHS Safety News America:

We've Always Done It This WayWhat does that really mean?

Perhaps you just asked a question at a committee meeting. The room went silent and at least one person pointedly explained to you that “We’ve always done it this way”. The rest of the group either chimed in or nodded their heads in arrogant approval. Some might even have glanced at you with that dismissive look of lost causes.

For many people change is painful. It doesn’t matter how silly their current path or how promising the opportunity of other possibilities. Change hurts. It is also painful to admit that what you have been doing needs to be changed. Accepting change means accepting the possibility that you are not currently doing things the best way.

While you bite your tongue or fume at that response consider this Top Ten List of the Real Meanings of “But we’ve always done it this way”.

What might people…

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