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Fire Safety Dogs On Time Magazine's Time For Kids Web Site!

FALL RIVER, MA, November 15, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Apollo Safety, a veteran-owned, Fall River, Mass.-based company specializing in safety products and services, recently announced an expansion of its fire department services division. That expansion will include extended offerings as it pertains to gas detection equipment and training. "The tragedies of 9/11 and the recent Boston Marathon bombing jolted the general public's awareness of the wide variety of dangerous situations first responders like firefighters and EMTs can face. It goes way beyond the perception of rescuing cats from trees and putting out small house fires," said John V. Carvalho III, who along with his wife Tracy opened Apollo Safety back in 1995. He added, "It's because of the extraordinary circumstances that firefighters face that we have increased our product and services offerings and added dedicated sales reps and customer service personnel specifically trained to serve fire safety professionals." From a product standpoint, Apollo Safety offers safety equipment and clothing ranging from eye and face protection to flame resistant rainwear/suits and headwear to footwear. That also includes hazardous storage and handling equipment, ARC safety equipment, janitorial supplies and more. The cornerstone of the expansion will be gas detection systems. Apollo Safety offers a wide variety of portable and stationary gas detection systemsIndustrial Scientific, RAE Systems, RKI, and GMI. In addition to selling gas detection systems, Apollo Safety provides on-site installation and training and 24/7 service. Gas detection systems are available for purchase or rental. "The key part to our expanded services is evaluation and recommendation. Our technicians and sales staff have the experience to assess the specific needs and requirements of a facility and recommend the appropriate solution in terms of gas detection systems," said Carvalho. Apollo Safety provides service in a "state of the art" in-house service center, as well as offering on-site support with factory-trained technicians for both portable and stationary gas detection systems. For more information on Apollo Safety products and services, please call 800-813-5408 or visit http://www.apollosafetyproducts.net About Apollo Safety Apollo Safety has been serving the safety industry since John and Tracy Carvalho started the business in February 1995. Specifically, Apollo Safety specializes in gas detection products and services for portable and stationary systems. That includes gas detector sales and support for most major brands of gas detection device manufacturers. Apollo Safety also provides service in a "state of the art" in-house service center, as well as offering on-site support with factory-trained technicians for both portable and stationary gas detection systems. Veteran-owned, Apollo Safety, Inc. is trusted by facilities managers, building owners, landlords, universities, hotels, institutions, and government operations. Apollo Safety is a member of the National Safety Council, Massachusetts Safety Council, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Rhode Island Fire Chiefs Association (RIAFC) and the Fire Chiefs Association of Massachusetts (FCAM). Apollo Safety's corporate headquarters is located at 57 Walnut Street in Fall River, Massachusetts. For more information on Apollo Safety products and services, please call 800-813-5408 or visit http://www.apollosafetyproducts.net . --- Press release service and press release distribution provided by http://www.24-7pressrelease.com # # #
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11/13/2013 Am so excited today and wanted to share the great news! Siren the Fire Safety Dog is featured in a fire safety video on TIME Magazine's TIME for Kids Web site! This is one of the biggest things to happen to the Fire Safety Dogs and the Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation. http://www.timeforkids.com/photos-video/video/fire-safety-tips-113701 The video is also on the digital issue ofTIME for KidsOctober magazine for subscribers of the site. What a wonderful way to reach even more children with the fire safety message! We are very grateful to everyone at TIME for Kids and for everyone that believes in and supports our fire safety program! Dayna, Tango, Siren, Deuce, and Molly. Related Articles Please fill out the remaining fields to complete your registration. First Name Company Country By clicking 'Register' you are indicating that you have read and agree with our Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy . Login Don't have an account? Register now Login with your social account: or Or, login with your PennWell account: Email Address Register Already have an account? Login Join using your social account: or Or, register with us using the form below: First Name Company Country By clicking 'Register' you are indicating that you have read and agree with our Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy . Forgot your password? Enter your email address below and click Submit to receive password reset instructions via email. Email Address Your password has been emailed to you. Your username is not found in the system. Please check the username and try again. Your password change is in progress.... Email Sent An email has been sent to . Please follow the instructions in the email to change your password. Welcome to PennWell Your account has been created and you are now logged in. You already have an account It looks like you've already registered with . Please login below to link your accounts. Email Address Forgot your password? Please Verify Your Account Thank you for registering. An email has been sent to with instructions on how to verify your account. Please Verify Your Account
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