Safety training for electric vehicles; Changes to NFPA 101; Kids and safety messaging; and a preview of the 2011 NFPA Conference + Expo.
A preview of the 2011 NFPA Conference + Expo.
An overview of health care-related changes to the upcoming edition of NFPA 101.
A new NFPA/Johns Hopkins study set out to learn what works, and why.
From safety training to infrastructure: How NFPA is preparing for the coming wave of electric vehicles.
When wildfire threatened a California hospital, there was only one thing left to do. But no one was entirely sure how to do it.
Mission, vision, & commitment.
Glenn Gaines, acting administrator for the U.S. Fire Administration, on the NFPA/USFA effort to promote winter fire safety.
Analyzing witness statements to create a new look at the Station Nightclub Fire
Leaking natural gas ignites.
A 1904 steamship fire was the single deadliest single-day disaster in New York until 9/11.
U.S. Structure Fires in Eating and Drinking Establishments.
Inspection as a task covered by NFPA 70E.
The value of talking to industries beyond the fire safety community.
Pre-planning for retail occupancies.
Rethinking the need for intelligibility testing of fire alarm systems.
Meeting minimum-temperature requirements for wet-pipe systems.
Requirements for exit stair signage and markings.
Calling all Rolf Jensen Award nominees.