|More Home, Less Nursing
Advocates look to NFPA for leadership on code changes that can make nursing homes more comfortable and humane.
|NFPA 99 and Wet Work Areas
Do operating rooms need additional protection against electrical shock? The debate continues.
A 2009 fire that killed four residents of a New York board and care facility has raised questions about the code requirements for these occupancies.
The number of fires in health care facilities has dropped over the past three decades, thanks in part to smoking bans. But bans haven’t eliminated smoking fires.
|The Right Response
An example of how preparation, training, and sprinklers can lower the risk to life and property in nursing home fires.
|Back To Vegas
Previewing the upcoming Conference & Expo®.