STOP-FYRE® can be used for almost any fire emergency. Read more about Jim Swoboda's story!
Throughout the country, Farm Bureaus everywhere are highlighting safety on the farm for Ag Safety Awareness Week. Farm safety is a major priority, as farms rank among the most hazardous work sites (CDC). This year, the Agriculture Safety Awareness Program will take place March 6-12, with the theme “Caution – Safety is No Accident“. Each day
As always, we had a great time at the 2016 National Farm Machinery Show. It was so rewarding to meet and chat with all our customers that stopped by our booths. We enjoyed hearing people tell us how STOP-FYRE saved their life, friend’s life, their combine, their tractor, or their truck. This year, we had the privilege of
As February rolls around, it’s time for our new Dealer Spotlight! This month, we’re proud to recognize Kendall and Kathy Guither as February’s Dealer Spotlight. Kendall and Kathy have worked with AKE as a dealer for 4 years. They started out as are farmers who saw the benefits of STOP-FYRE and purchased it for their personal equipment
Fire prevention isn’t something many people think about on a daily basis. However, it’s a major cause of loss of life and property. This is especially true for farmers whose livelihood depends on their operations. For farmers, barn fire safety should not be an afterthought. When farming is your livelihood you can’t risk any
A Little Prep Goes Along Ways. Snowmobiling is an activity both exciting and dangerous. Preparing for an emergency before going on a snowmobiling trip is that crucial element of survival in a bad situation. If you like snowmobiling and want to learn more about being safe while riding, take a moment to read these
At AKE Safety Equipment, we’re ringing in the New Year with a new Dealer Spotlight! This January 2016 we’re proud to recognize Iowa STOP-FYRE dealer Chris Nielsen of Nielsen Fire Equipment. Chris has been a dealer for AKE since November 2014. He recalls the moment when he first decided to become part of the AKE
Did you know it only takes 30 seconds for a fire to get out of control? You may be able to prevent a home fire…if you can get to the fire extinguisher within 6 seconds. Home fires are a major problem. As the American Red Cross reports, out of the 74,000 disasters they responded to,