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Lisa Yarussi, Vice President Human Resources, NFPA

“NFPA continues to stand out as a top workplace — and there’s a reason for that. Our commitment is to our people; this leads the way to a wide array of opportunities and offers you more than just a career. 
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What we do
We are people protecting people. Our value-add is information: our codes and standards, education, advocacy efforts, and research.

Who we are
We offer a diverse work environment where we celebrate and leverage the strengths of our people.

 

How we work
At NFPA, we're working together toward a single mission of making the world a safer place.

 

What we offer
Our employees enjoy the benefits, training, and compensation you would expect from an industry leader.



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  • What we do
  • Who we are We know that a culturally diverse team is invaluable to serving the evolving needs of our members and constituents.
  • How we work NFPA is a non-profit organization that has a passion for protecting people and saving lives.
  • What we offer NFPA helps employees meet their changing needs throughout their careers and lives
  • Why NFPA? NFPA continues to stand out as a top workplace—and there’s a reason for that.
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