2008 World Safety Conference & Exposition; Pushing the boundaries of fire protection at Las Vegas theatres; and the Monte Carlo Hotel Casino Fire.
The premier fire-and life-safety event in the United States comes to Las Vegas.
We take a look at the significant changes expected in four NFPA codes.
Penn Jillette of Penn & Teller talks about magic and fire safety.
The technical committees responsible for NFPA 72®, National Fire Alarm Code, are hard at work revising the code for the 2010 edition.
Four days after the Monte Carlo incident, emergency crews were called to the scene of another casino fire.
A rooftop fire at the Monte Carlo Hotel in Las Vegas did an estimated $100 million in property damage and business interruption costs.
The new edition of NFPA 921, Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations, will help fire investigators use their experience to the greatest advantage.
Clarifying the requirements of NFPA’s standard on career fire departments
Pushing the boundaries of the theatrical experience and fire protection in Las Vegas.
Do high-volume, low-speed fans affect sprinkler activation?
In the 2009 edition of NFPA 1, firefighter communications lead a host of significant changes.
NFPA's annual financial statement.
Chief Warren McDaniels.
From our files.
Identifying arc flash hazards.
The aged wiring project.
Defensive Fire Attacks
Proper fire alarm system commissioning.
Focus on CPVC best practices.
Simultaneous occupancy and NFPA 101®.
The challenges of urban fire protection.