Stage Drapery & The Fire Code

by | Facilities, Webinars & Podcasts

In your church, it’s likely that you have some sort of soft goods or curtains on or near your church’s stage area. If you have any sort of AV equipment near those drapes, you should make sure you’re maintaining their fire safety. Join Brad Davies, owner of On-Site Drapery Cleaners, as he discusses 3 important facets of fire safety and your stage curtains.

  1. What does the Fire Code require? WHAT, WHERE, WHICH TEST & WHEN
  2. Flame Retardant Treatments: Background, Composition, Effectiveness
  3. Best Practices on Care & Maintenance of Stage Drapery

Brad Davies On-Site Drapery Cleaners

On-Site Drapery Cleaners

Brad Davies is involved with On-Site Drapery Cleaners, experts in same day curtain cleaning and flameproofing since 1978. Having tested and re-treated thousands of textiles, Brad has years of field experience. He’s also published numerous articles on flame retardant testing and treatment. Brad has been invited to discuss the fire code with many School Boards, Theater Groups and Fire Prevention Officers.

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