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Fire Planning Associates, Inc., and IGNIS Solutions, Inc. To Provide BLAZEMARK® Pre Incident Planning Software to Middle East Oil Services and Industry.

WASHINGTON CROSSING, Pa., Dec. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Secure Cloud Based Blazemark® Pre Incident Planning Software developed by Fire Planning Associates, Inc. now is expanding the products footprint into the Middle East oil/gas services and industrial markets through IGNIS Solutions, Inc. 

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Mr. Bart Krauss, President of Fire Planning Associates, stated, "we are proud to be chosen by IGNIS Solutions to be the premier pre incident planning tool in their company's portfolio of offerings. IGNIS Solutions brings a deep bench of fire protection engineering, fire fighting, and training services specializing in the industrial sector. IGNIS' licensed Fire Protection Engineers are uniquely qualified with experience in oil & gas, power generation, petro-chemical, steel, and manufacturing and have a history of being on the ground in the Middle East."

Fire Planning Associates Inc., with offices in Bucks County, PA, are the designers and developers of Blazemark software which creates preplans assisting emergency response and facility management personnel with quickly developing an incident action plan, maximizing firefighter effectiveness and safety, and aiding in fire investigation. Blazemark also plays a critical role in helping corporations deal with emergencies as the front end to their business continuity plans and is used by major corporations on a global basis.

IGNIS Solutions, Inc. has offices offices in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Qatar.

Contact: Bart Krauss, 215-321-6260
E-Mail   [email protected]

Contact: Tony Cole
Office:  281-370- 0793
E-Mail:  [email protected]


Media Contact: Barton Krauss Fire Planning Associates, Inc., 215-321-6260, [email protected]

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