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IFPS Nominating Committee Report
Slate of Directors
3-Year Term 2013–2016
Respectfully Submitted by:
Danny P. Miller – Chair
IFPS Nominating Committee
Exclusive Update for NFPA Industrial Fire Protection Section Members
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced the completion of a new resource that you might want to add to your combustible dust reference library. In addition to the NFPA combustible dust standards and the NFPA Guide to Combustible Dusts, OSHA has just published Firefighting Precautions at Facilities with Combustible Dust. This OSHA publication provides guidance for response to fires involving combustible dusts.
Consider joining us in Chicago at the NFPA Conference & Expofor educational sessions on combustible dust and other issues facing the industrial fire protection community.
The Industrial Fire Protection Section of NFPA was authorized by the NFPA Board of Directors on June 21, 1965, and organized on October 1, 1965. Section membership is contingent upon membership in NFPA and is open to any employee of an industrial, institutional, or commercial entity who is actively engaged, either full-time or part-time, in the formulation, administration, or implementation of policies and procedures designed to provide fire protection for the employer’s facilities. Affiliate membership is available to individuals with an interest in the goals and objectives of the section. There are no dues or fees required of section members other than NFPA membership dues.
The objectives of the section as set forth in its constitution are as follows:
In this Section: