Pretty much all commercial, agricultural, municipal and industrial risk management work, if it is carried out and practiced correctly, will almost certainly become fire resistant. And as the case may be, it becomes flood or water resistant too. Sewerage lines need to be inspected on a regular basis to ensure that there will be no potential for extensive flooding by the time the next rainfall season arrives. And should damage or wear and tear be detected, technicians are now prepared to do what they define as trenchless sewerage repairs. This makes the work safer, cleaner and certainly more efficient for them and their customers.
The men who designed and developed the trenchless sewer repair kit some years ago have also applied their minds to the necessary testing of the standard to advanced fire hydrants dotted all around your cities, industrial nodes and residential neighborhoods. If any such areas mentioned do not have fire hydrants within specified distances from each other, then some things may not be quite right at the affected area’s town hall. Municipal officials or administrators tasked with these responsibilities could very well be flouting local to state to federal laws. But private property and business owners are allowed, up to a point, to take matters into their own hand.
They can initiate the scheduled hydrant flow test for their area or on their property. In fact, as responsible business and property owners, they may have already implemented their own risk management plans which, if any good, should prove to be fire resistant and/or flood resistant. All up to a point, of course. Fortunately, in most cases, fire hydrants are working just fine. The fire is reported and the firemen are able to successfully douse the flames. That test was done already.