Following the acquisition of Chemguard and subsidiary
Williams Fire & Hazard Control, Tyco is proud to announce the addition of
Emergency Response Services to our Fire Protection portfolio.
Tyco is very excited about the
emerging natural synergies between product lines across our Fire Protection Products
business unit. Adding the dynamic emergency response capability of Williams
Fire & Hazard Control is yet another step toward strengthening our
relationships in the Petrochemical, Oil and Gas (POG) sector, where we will
continue to offer clients the comprehensive suppression and active response products
and services they have come to rely on for over 30 years.
Knowing that life safety, risk
management, and business continuity are a priority for our clients across the
globe, you can continue to rely on Tyco for the response capabilities that have
established Williams Fire & Hazard Control as a response leader in the
With existing response assets in
place around the globe (equipment, foam, and fire response personnel), the long-range business strategy for
Tyco will expand on these capabilities by leveraging a global presence to
establish greater geographic response capabilities, site specific risk assessment
/ emergency response planning, and efficient equipment deployment worldwide.
As you have for over 30 years, you
may continue to call our Texas-based emergency response operations center at 409-727-2347
or 281-999-0276 for 24-hour emergency support.
Thank you for your continued
Tyco Fire Protection Products
Williams Fire & Hazard Control deploys men and materiel to all corners of the globe to respond as full incident command or in support to local efforts.
Land Response services include (but are not limited to) storage tanks (seal fires, sunken roof, fully involved tank fires, etc), loading terminals, process area fires, tire fires, subterranean fires, toxic chemical fires ...
Williams Fire & Hazard Control deploys specialized equipment to inland and at sea incidents involving hazardous cargo emergencies, shipboard fires, bulk transportation, barges and more.
Working in conjunction with our response alliances and water borne govering bodies, Williams Fire & Hazard Control has applied mixed use of foam applications and dry chemical tactics to address some of the most hazardous waterway incidents in written history.
Williams Fire & Hazard Control's large volume pumps have helped tremendously in the wake of recent years'
weather related emergencies in the Gulf South ... sustaining necessary water resources for entire facilities to the magnitude of 200,000 gallons of water a minute in 2008!
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We have placed several Williams Fire & Hazard Control videos covering incident samples, product demos, and from our annual XTREME Industrial Fire & Hazard Training on the OFFICIAL "THE WilliamsFire" YouTube space. More videos will be added to our website AND to our YouTube space over time ...