Vacant home fires; campus emergency communications; the latest on the new NFPA 72; the 2008 Catastrophic Multi-Death Fire Report.
What Virginia Tech can teach us about planning for a campus emergency.
Last year saw the fewest catastrophic fires, and the fewest related deaths, since 1987.
A breakdown of all the 2008 multiple-death fires.
In one section of Columbus's South Side neighborhood, two out of three homes are vacant. Three quarters of them have had a least one fire.
An innovative new online program arms college students with up-to-date information on campus fire safety.
NFPA's staff liaison for NFPA 72®, National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code®, takes a closer look at some of the highlights in the 2010 edition of this important code.
Home fires accounted for 83 percent of all civilian fire deaths last year.
The first problem for Guilford County, North Carolina, was that the high school wasn't sprinklered. Then came the matter of a disaster recovery plan.
Why Congress needs to increase funding for the federal Fire Grants program.
News & dispatches compiled by NFPA Journal staff
Woman dies after clothing ignites
Fire Prevention Week, 1925
70E and the new installation requirements in the NEC.
A big fan raises bigger questions about fire safety and energy conservation.
Why fires in churches require careful pre-incident planning.
Cutting costs is no reason to stop testing your fire alarms.
The case for using hydraulic sprinkler system calculations worldwide.
Clarifying fire protection and egress issues regarding elevators.
Fire departments step up sprinkler education efforts with a blend of motivation and guidance