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Seminal research looks at US fire experience since America Burning

‘The striking aspect of the Nation’s fire problem is the indifference with which Americans confront…

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NIOSH releases fact sheet on odorant fade

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) released a fact sheet on odorant…

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Evidence-based recommendations for structural firefighting now available in NFPA 1700

In 2014, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) received a new standards project request from…

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NFPA continues its efforts to help communities plan, respond and recover from active shooter and hostile events

In May, Bloomberg News reported that the number of mass shootings in the United States…

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Under construction, at risk: NFPA 241 is critical to protecting vulnerable construction sites

On 29 April 2020, 38 people died when a fire tore through a four-storey warehouse…

Universal fire-safety problems need a globalised response

There’s nothing like watching a room flash over to make you realise how quickly a…

Learning from assembly occupancy tragedies

On 4 December 2009, partygoers packed the Lame Horse, a nightclub in the Russian city…

What role do you play in the NFPA fire safety ecosystem?

Global perspective and purview The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has been working with global…

Protection of fire-suppression systems from cyber-attack needs to be urgently addressed.
Connection risk

In November 2013, computer hackers found their way into the computer systems of a major…

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