As the nation’s fire service acknowledges the toll the disease is taking on its ranks, Boston emerges as a leader in establishing practices to protect firefighters against cancer.
Join us on May 23 for a free webinar on "Factors Relating to Cancer and Contamination in the US Fire Service".
A Research Foundation project looks to establish procedures for ensuring optimum contaminant removal from firefighter personal protective equipment (PPE).
Cancer risk, fatalities and injuries, annual physicals -- many fire service topics to be addressed at NFPA's Conference & Expo in June.
Bringing together thousands of professionals from around the globe, this can’t miss showcase combines an unrivaled educational conference with a comprehensive expo of the latest products and services.
The life you protect in here can save more lives out there. Join us in Boston!
Find resources from NFPA and ESFI that address the common causes of shock and electrocution both at home and on the job.
Every year, electrical fires in homes and other properties cause civilian deaths, injuries, and property damage in the U.S. NFPA’s report has all of the latest statistics.
The 2017 National Electrical Code® (NEC®) has been revised to improve swimming pool safety.
Hundreds of changes in the 2017 edition NEC® bring you up-to-code and ready to address new sources of electrical power.
NEC® Online puts three widely adopted editions of the National Electrical Code® at your fingertips -- anywhere, from any device!
The most important tool in your toolbox just got better! Receive NEC® Reference Cards free with your 2017 NFPA 70®, National Electrical Code, purchase!
How first responders, especially the fire service, are teaming up with human service professionals to tackle safety issues related to compulsive hoarding.
Hoarding leads to CT house fire - learn how to address hoarding in your community.
Hoarding issues affect 3-5% of the total U.S. population.
The "Golden Rules" of fire safety everyone can follow -- and they're great for handing out at open houses and community events.
Register now for training at NFPA headquarters to learn procedures to promote safety on work sites where hot work occurs.
Join us on May 23, 12:00 pm (EST), as we focus on how many of the U.S. fire service is equipped with personal protective clothing and equipment, and other factors related to mitigating cancer risk.
There are over 1.1 million firefighters in the U.S. NFPA's new report looks at volunteer versus career, annual trends, and other characteristics of U.S. fire departments and firefighters.
NFPA report addresses the progress and current state of fire service needs for departments of all sizes across the U.S.
New tables look at how many and what type of fires U.S. fire departments are responding to by property type and occupancy.
First responders: learn how to address potential hazards and safely respond to electric, hybrid, fuel cell, and gaseous fuel trucks, and other vehicle challenges.
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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.
Video: Dr. James Gallagher of William Randolph Hearst Burn Center in New York City describes the painful aftermath patients endure following home fires.
Watch the video, get involved with home fire sprinkler campaign
Wildfires are inevitable, but home destruction and disaster are not. Learn how neighbors and fire service can work together toward safer communities.
Here's what you need to know before wildfire threatens your home.
Attention fire service: your voice matters! Get involved in the development of standards that directly impact you and the work you do every day.
Learn how you can get involved in NFPA's standards development process
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