Canadian insurance group forms official partnership with the Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition

By Fred Durso, Jr. Offering insurance policy discounts on sprinklered homes, a Canadian group is furthering its commitment to promote fire safety. The Co-operators, a Canadian owned and operated insurance group, has established a formal partnership with the Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition. The partnership aims to further promote and enhance educational efforts supporting sprinklers in new Canadian homes. “As a co-operative insurer, we strive to identify and fulfill unmet needs related to our business,” Kathy Bardswick, Co-operators president and CEO stated in a news release. “Fire sprinklers in a home provide life-saving protection. With more awareness and understanding, it is our hope that more…

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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