At all levels of government, there is an increasing focus on devising ways to prevent terrorist attacks by domestic or foreign enemies.
Tools and strategies to help first responders be prepared for violent situations.
The Metropolitan Fire Chiefs issue position statement on "appropriate and effective responses" to deal with active shooters.
Terrorists blaze a trail of destruction through the Taj Mahal Hotel, which they set ablaze in spectacular fashion.
This year's campaign focuses on the importance of replacing smoke alarms every 10 years.
Join us on August 30 for a free webinar on ongoing research to improve firefighter safety and health, as it relates to personal protective equipment, which is routinely exposed to toxins, chemicals, and blood-borne pathogens.
What's the best way for the fire service to address the problem of fires in off-campus college housing?
Fact: 86% of reported dormitory structure fires involve cooking equipment.
Be a "student of safety" with these campus and dorm fire prevention tips.
Fraternity house fire in Chapel Hill, NC, kills five.
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services requires health care facilities to meet requirements of 2012 editions of NFPA 99 and NFPA 101.
NFPA's Kristin Bigda looks at how Rio prepared for the Olympics while making sure its property and people are safe.
The 2017 National Electrical Code® is coming!
How the 2017 NEC® is expanding ground-fault protection.
NFPA's Jeff Sargent discusses proposed changes to the 2017 NEC®.
Which edition of NFPA 70®, National Electrical Code® do you use?
NFPA Xchange connects you with your peers around the world and directly with NFPA staff. Visit our discussion forums, read our blogs, if you’re a member, enjoy access to exclusive content and answers to your technical questions.
The majority of U.S. fire deaths happen at home. Use the resources from our Fire Sprinkler Initiative to promote the life-saving necessity of fire sprinklers in all new homes.
A spate of recent fire and smoke incidents in Washington, D.C.'s Metro system highlights fire and life safety concerns in subways worldwide.
NTSB report offers harsh assessment of D.C. transit organization.
The new edition helps mitigate hazards associated with fires and other hazards in subways.
The power of resiliency: Boston and the New York City transit systems.
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