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Licenses & Safety Commitment

State Fire DC Specialties will continue to set the standard for fire, security and communications systems and services... today, tomorrow and in the future.



Idaho State Contractors License 009260



Nevada Contractor’s Board State Issued Licenses

CL# 0060954A
C-2C Fire Detect
C-2D Low Voltage
CL# 0073433
C-1B Fire Sprinkler Standpipe
CL# 0055324A
C-41B Fire Extinguisher Systems


Nevada State Fire Marshal Issued Licenses
E316 B:C
Portable Fire Ext w-low Pressure Hydro
E73 E1
Pre Engineered Fire Extinguishing Systems
F365 F
Fire Alarm-Protective Signaling Systems
HE147 HE
Hood and Duct Cleaning
Fire Sprinkler Systems
Backflow and Hydrant Only
Underground Sprinkler Work Only
Res. Auto. Fire Sprinkler Systems


Utah State Contractors License 6686678-5501
Utah Department Of Transportation D165
Utah State Fire Marshal licenses E243, H9


Wyoming State Contractors License LV-G-21908 Low Voltage




State Fire DC Specialties LLC is committed to an environment of zero accidents zero incidents and zero citations. In order to bring Safety to the forefront we are implementing a Safety Improvement Plan. This is not just talk but will become part of our culture to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our employees and the employees of the companies we provide a service for.

Safety awareness and training are crucial to enhance the receptiveness of our staff to behavior changes and their understanding of management’s increased expectations in safety performance. The following actions will be implemented to improve safety training and awareness for State Fire DC Specialties LLC managers, supervisors, and staff. State Fire DC Specialties LLC wants to instill a sense of ownership in our employees that the Safety Program belongs to them. Every employee of State Fire DC Specialties LLC should be able to say...


1. My success is dependent on the organization’s safety performance
2. I must create a just environment where open and honest inputs are addressed fairly
3. I must constantly ensure that:

  • The scope of the work is defined and monitored for changes
  • The hazards of the work are analyzed
  • Controls and defenses against human error are developed to address hazards and keep people safe
  • Work is conducted in accordance with the controls, defenses, and all applicable requirements
  • The effectiveness of processes and products is assessed and continuous improvement pursued

4. We all have Stop Work authority, and are expected to use it when needed
5. How to reduce the likelihood and severity of human error-caused events by:

  • Motivating others to change at-risk behaviors and
  • Providing adequate defenses to protect people from the effects of potential errors

6. What to do in response to an emergency