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US Life Safety, Inc., is proud to announce that is has recently received a contract award for their company’s unique emergency preparedness management system, Life-Counts®. The Department of Homeland Security/Federal Emergency Management Agency has selected US Life Safety, Inc. to provide an emergency management on-line service for multiple FEMA facilities within the [NCR] National Capitol Region, Maryland, and Virginia for hosting and editing emergency plans, user testing, plan evaluation and sharing of critical facility information.

Unrelated to this contract award, US Life Safety, Inc. would like to point out that two North American corporation headquarters with a strong interest in emergency management and preparedness already subscribe to the Life-Counts® service; those being Parsons of Pasadena, CA, and GlaxoSmithKline in Pittsburgh. Other Life-Counts® subscribers include Pittsburgh’s Lincoln Properties’ 18-story condominium Encore on Seventh and locally, the Canonsburg General Hospital. Steve Burchesky, C.E.O. and V.P. of Operations has been involved in emergency preparedness for building occupants since 1980. Burchesky looks forward to a greater interest in their unique approach to emergency preparedness in all levels of government, health care, schools as well as the private sector.

October 24, 2006 – Pittsburgh, PA – The Electrical division of Eaton, Inc. located in Moon, PA, has chosen Life-Counts ® to assist in corporate safety compliance. Eaton Corporation is a diversified industrial manufacturer with 2005 sales of $11.1 billion. Eaton is a global leader in electrical systems and components for power quality, distribution and control; fluid power systems and services for industrial, mobile and aircraft equipment; intelligent truck drivetrain systems for safety and fuel economy; and automotive engine air management systems, powertrain solutions and specialty controls for performance, fuel economy and safety. Eaton has 59,000 employees and sells products to customers in more than 125 countries. Mr. Todd Pfeifer, CFM who made the decision to implement Life-Counts ® remarked "We look forward to being able to meet the dozens of safety requirements that corporate asks of us. In addition, we’ll feel good knowing and that our employees will have a secure exposure of our site plan and that our plans and floor plans will be accessible from local fire stations."

Harrisburg, PA – The Capital Area Intermediate Unit (CAIU) has just signed an agreement to implement US Life Safety–s Emergency Management program Life-Counts ®. The 12-month trial for eleven schools was given the approval by Executive Director Dr. Glenn W. Zehner, who oversees 24 districts in the four-county IU15 Capital Area. "e;I chose to use US Life Safety’s Life-Counts ® because it will place our emergency plans on the web so that they are safe, secure and accessible to those who need to know and use them, and the system will allow us to update the plans, track staff training levels, and communicate information in a timely manner"e;. Life-Counts ® will be serving as a platform for the eleven schools to map critical emergency plans, floor plans, chain-of-command, and inventory of resources to better facilitate the schools with their preparedness effort for NIMS and NIMS Compliance for School Districts.

With a back ground of over 25 years in emergency planning, US Life Safety’s president and designer of Life-Counts ®, Steve Burchesky, is no new comer to this vital field. He first began producing site-specific emergency safety and evacuation procedure programs for over 160 high-rise buildings in Los Angeles, New York City and Pittsburgh. Burchesky is confident with how Life-Counts ® will perform for CAIU, "e;When other districts see how easy it is to test their faculty on emergency planning, to evaluate their plans to spot weaknesses, track the performance of multiple schools, and allow local emergency agencies access to critical building plans and information, they’ll want on-board also!"e;

Facility Manager Tom Ritchie was also impressed. "In less than ten short days following the activation of US Life Safety’s Life-Counts ®, the entire building had their emergency plans and floor plans available, and knew where their rally points were located." With over 25 years in the facility management field Ritchie marveled at the fact that he had never seen such a well-designed emergency management program. Operations Supervisor Ken Wagner is pleased that the average test-scores of GSK associates understanding the "Life-Counts ®" plan now exceeds 99%.

Harrisburg, The Pennsylvania Capitol, October 14, 2003 – US Life Safety’s president, Steve Burchesky, presented the company’s new "Life-Counts ®" emergency preparedness compliance tracking program which is intended for all state owned buildings. It was warmly received with great interest and enthusiasm. From left; Director Philip Fredericek (Security and Safety/House of Representatives), Jim DiBasilio (US Life Safety), Steve Burchesky, Lt. Governor Catherine Baker Knoll, State Rep. Tim Solobay, and Director Keith Martin, Office of Homeland Security/Office of the Governor.