Koorsen Promotes VP of Sprinkler Operations

Koorsen Fire & Security has promoted Ryan Stewart to VP of Sprinkler Operations.


Family Safety Day with Kasey the Fire Dog

A special presentation that WWFT has had booked for the last two years to come here is Jeff Owens with the “Kasey the Fire Dog” show. The program is sponsored by Koorsen Fire & Security and is run by Owens, who is a retired firefighter.


Koorsen on Track for Continued Growth

Koorsen Fire & Security is one of the top five largest fire and security companies in the country.


Fireman's best friend: Kasey program represents Carmel Fire Department

Former firefighter Jeff Owens and his black lab, Kasey, give presentations on fire safety to children each year. Owens and Kasey also represent the Carmel Fire Dept.


Koorsen Donates Smoke Detectors to Lawrence Fire Department

Koorsen Fire and Security donates 400 smoke detectors to the Lawrence Fire Department during fire prevention month.


Koorsen Fire & Security Names VP of Sales

Koorsen Fire & Security has promoted Chad Hohne to vice president of sales. He will lead the company’s sales strategy across five states. Hohne will be responsible for building, training and coaching a growing high-performance sales team of more than 100 associates.


Koorsen Donates Box Truck to M2M Food Pantry

Jana Crisman with M2M food pantry was renting a U-haul truck weekly to make food runs. Koorsen Fire and Security donated a box truck to lend a helping hand.


National Pet Fire Safety Day

Firefighters encourage families to have a fire plan in case the worst happens. And every member of the family should be part of it including your pets. July 15 is National Pet Fire Safety Day. Animal handler Jeff Owens stopped by Fox 59 with Kasey, a trained black lab and Carmel Fire mascot Sparky.


Teach & Train: How Restaurants Can Address Important Changes to NFPA 96

Restaurant kitchens can often be chaotic, high-pressure environments. However, by implementing certain safety processes, restaurant owners and managers can minimize risks that could derail a successful business.


Koorsen Fire & Security Makes Inc. 5000 List

A total of 67 Hoosier businesses are in this year’s Inc. 5000 class. Employers in Indianapolis, Greenwood and New Albany are the fastest-growing private companies in Indiana.


Koorsen Fire & Security Appoints CIO

Koorsen Fire & Security names Shawn Williams chief information officer. He previously served as CIO of Ingram Micro Mobility, a global company and division of Ingram Micro. In this role, Williams led strategic planning for the IT organization.


Firefighters Blues Festival This Weekend

A retired firefighter is saving children’s lives through fire training and education with the help of some special teachers.


Meet the New Four-Legged Member of the Wayne Township Fire Department

The Wayne Township Fire Department made Kali an official member. She has been part of Jeff Owen’s Kasey Program since 2015. She received her WTFD badge along with seven other fire lieutenants and captains.


Wayne Township Fire Department Swears in New Fire Rescue Dog

WAYNE TOWNSHIP, Ind. – The Wayne Township Fire Department welcomed a new member to their team Tuesday – Kali the dog.


Dog is Newest Member of Wayne Township Fire Department

There’s a new member of the Wayne Township Fire Department: Kali the dog. The 2-year-old lab got her badge and is now officially a member of the department.


Retired Indianapolis Firefighter Uses Dogs to Teach Kids Fire Safety

A retired firefighter is saving children’s lives through fire training and education with the help of some special teachers.


Five Tips for Training Employees on Fire Safety

Keeping to fire code in restaurants is an all-important and ever-changing task. We’ve compiled six tips for training employees on the significance of fire safety.


Preventing Kitchen Fires Through Education

Use these tips from Koorsen Fire & Security to serve as a guideline on training and education, ensuring that your business is as safe as possible against the threat of fire.


Koorsen Fire Museum

Koorsen Fire & Security is one of the largest fire extinguishers, extinguisher systems, and fire security suppliers in the country. The three-building complex includes the AHJ Training Center and the museum is a part of the state-of-the-art training facility.


Songs and Dogs Teach Fire Safety

“Kasey the Dog knows fire ain’t no fun. If you see a fire burning, dial 911.” The musical message could save a life, and that was the reason the sing-along reinforced fire and life safety skills taught by Owens through fire dog Kasey and fire-dog-in-training Kali.


Increasing Commercial Cooking Fire Protection Through Hands-On Employee Training

Keeping a restaurant compliant with National Fire Protection Association regulations and guidelines is a never-ending task. All existing staff has to have continuing education on the importance of fire safety in commercial cooking once per year.


Becker’s Hospital Review

The best way to make sure you’re caught up on new changes to NFPA is to consult a professional fire and life safety company. These professionals are skilled when it comes to all things fire and life safety, and are knowledgeable about what new codes mean for your facility.


Koorsen On Track for Continued Growth

It is one of the top five largest fire and security companies in the country. Indianapolis-based Koorsen Fire & Security has been making homes and businesses safer for 70 years.


Is Your Restaurant in Compliance with Recent Fire Code Changes?

Restaurants are constantly working to keep up with the latest changes in fire code. With new changes being recently adopted from the National Fire Protection Association, staying up to fire code is now more important than ever.


Questions to Ask Your Commercial Security Provider

Before you decide which professional security provider you should choose, let’s think about what questions you need to be asking before making the decision.


Dogs Demonstrate Fire Safety Tips at St. Michael’s

Students at St. Michael Catholic School couldn’t wait to pet the two fire safety dogs, Kasey and Kali.


Hundreds Attend ‘Weird’ Auction at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Potential bidders and curious spectators look at a horse-drawn 1889 American LaFrance pumper during an auction held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Randy Koorsen  was the high bidder with plans to display the pumper in the museum connected to his company’s training center.