Life safety challenges with the new Airbus A380 passenger jet; Tunnel fire detection project; and the 2007 U.S. Firefighter Fatality Report.
How the Akron, Ohio, Fire Department faced down a fire at a unique local landmark.
The 2008 edition of NFPA 502, Road Tunnels, Bridges and Other Limited Access Highways, includes revisions that further clarify the categorization of road tunnels and protection of structural elements, and design fire size.
Last year saw 102 on-duty firefighter deaths in the U.S., a sharp increase over the 89 fatalities from 2006, but in line with the long-term trend.
The Airbus A380 is a massive new passenger aircraft that presents new fire protection challenges. How will airport fire departments have to adjust?
Rural communities have a fire death rate of twice that of the national average. NFPA and the U.S. Fire Administration joined forces to learn why.
The Fire Protection Research Foundation just completed a two-year study of fire detection systems in tunnels.
Since land is at a premium at Boston's Logan Airport, the need for a new hangar meant designers had to think outside the box.
Learn the details of the New Indianapolis Airport’s state-of-the-art water suppression system.
A 1958 fire at the Our Lady of the Angels Roman Catholic school in Chicago is one of the most tragic U.S. school fires.
Advancing residential sprinklers
Commercial building fire injures firefighter
The aviation fire-safety leader
Arc flash and PPE
Fire protection and safety
Fog, straight, and solid streams
Abandoned fire alarm system removal
Limiting lateral brace spacing
Understanding the hazards of the job
Kids are never too old for "the Fire Chat"