Protect yourself from potential house fires with the Guardian III
Paul Rouse, Administrative Officer/Sales & Operations Director for Guardian Safety Solutions International, Inc. (GSSI), out of Dallas, TX and a 34-year veteran of the fire industry joins eHealth Radio and the Health and Safety Channels. His experience encompasses fire products, services and technologies, and he was instrumental in designing what later would become the flagship GSSI product, the Guardian III.
Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Paul Rouse discuss the following:
Tell me some of the statistics about cooking fires – how often do they happen – what is the cost to consumers?
What is Guardian Safety Solutions International?
So how does the Guardian System work?
Where are places the system can be installed?
How do people get more information about the system?
Paul Rouse, Administrative Officer/Sales & Operations Director for Guardian Safety Solutions International, Inc. (GSSI), Dallas, is a 34-year veteran of the fire industry. His experience encompasses fire products, services and technologies, and he was instrumental in designing what later would become the flagship GSSI product, the Guardian III, for which three patents are held.
Mr. Rouse’s early interest in the fire industry led him to a position as a fire technician in a fire protection company. As he immersed himself in numerous training and educational opportunities, he joined GSSI in 1989 after becoming aware of the promise of residential fire suppression systems’ potential to save many lives. It was then that he, along with several others, was involved in making modifications to the original Guardian system to design what would later become the Guardian III.
In his current position, Mr. Rouse ensures that all national and international sales, marketing and product branding objectives are achieved through profitable operational procedures. He oversees the company’s finances setting policy and pricing, code enforcement issues and is a liaison with regulatory bodies. He conducts national training programs for GSSI distributors and ongoing educational seminars about state and local regulatory compliance with fire officials.
Mr. Rouse has an extensive background in working with engineers at Underwriters Laboratory (UL) regarding listing and testing requirements for residential range top fire protection. He is a technical consultant for the company on patent issues and research and development.
A resident of Dallas, Mr. Rouse is a member of the National Fire Protection Association and the National Association of Fire Equipment Distributors.