Mulligan Security Selected as an IMAGE Partner with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations

First Security Firm in the United States to Receive Prestigious Recognition from the Department of Homeland Security Mulligan Security Corp. (http://www.mulligansecurity.com), a New York City-based leading provider of security services in New York and New Jersey, is pleased to announce it officially became a member of the ICE Mutual Agreement between Government and Employers (IMAGE) […]

Mulligan Security accredited to offer Emergency Action Plan Training Class

In March of 2003, the NYC Department of Buildings formed the World Trade Center Building Code Task Force to examine the events of September 11 and determine what, if any, actions could be taken to better prevent and mitigate possible future events. The Task Force made several recommendations that were incorporated into Local Law 26 […]

Mulligan Security Approved by FDNY as Fire Safety Director School

In 1973, NYC amended several provisions in the Fire Code that had a major effect on the fire safety requirements for Office Buildings. Among them was the requirement that High Rise Office buildings and most other office spaces have a Fire Safety Plan that designates specific personnel as Fire Safety Directors holding a certificate of […]

Mulligan Security Emergency Preparedness 101 Seminar

Mulligan Security provided training sessions for Rabobank. Deputy Chief Austin Horan (a 34-year veteran of the New York Fire Department) conducted two Learning from Others sessions titled “Emergency Preparedness 101.” To illustrate his points, Chief Horan showed a video about how to survive an active shooter event and presented expert tips on how to handle […]

Mulligan Security Accredited by the Fire Department of New York City

The New York City Fire Code is a City law that establishes fire safety requirements for a wide range of activities in New York City. These requirements govern such matters as emergency preparedness; the prevention and reporting of fires; the manufacture, storage, handling, use and transportation of hazardous materials and combustible materials; the conduct of […]

Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries

Set Your Clock Back and Change the Batteries in Your Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors When You Change Your Clocks, Daylight Saving Time Ends November 3rd. Installing and maintaining a smoke alarm will reduce your chances of dying in a fire in half. Install alarms on every floor and in bedrooms for extra protection. Seventy percent […]

What You Need to Know to Keep Your Kids Safe on Halloween

Most people think of Halloween as a time for fun and treats. However, roughly four times as many children aged 5-14 are killed while walking on Halloween evening compared with other evenings of the year, and falls are a leading cause of injuries among children on Halloween. Many Halloween-related injuries can be prevented if parents […]

National Fire Prevention Week Oct. 6 – 12

Mulligan Security is committed to your safety, not only in the buildings we serve, but also at your home. During this Fire Prevention Week please take time to read though the fire prevention materials listed below and make a plan for your safety.  Also, make sure to change the batteries in your smoke detectors and test that […]

National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month, and, it’s a great time to review your own emergency plans and to make sure family, friends and neighbors are prepared. Whether it’s a house fire or a natural disaster, having a plan in place before an emergency hits means you’ll know where to turn in times of crisis. So […]

2013 in Running for Latest First Atlantic Hurricane on Record

The 2013 season has a chance at producing no hurricanes through the middle of September, which would rival two records. However, there are some players on the field that could defend those records. While the 2013 season thus far has delivered seven tropical storms, it has not delivered any hurricanes as of Sept. 5. During […]

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