The Lake View School Fire, 2008 U.S. Fire Loss Report, Campus Fire Safety, and how AFCI's can ehance home safety.
In 2007, public fire departments responded to 1,557,500 fires in the United States. This represents a decrease of 5.2 percent from the year before and is the lowest total since 2004.
Last year, catastrophic fires claimed the lives of 190 people, a figure that represents 5.5 percent of the total estimated U.S. fire death toll last year.
Just in time for Fall, NIST evaluates positive pressure ventilation tactics in a retired high school.
How Wesleyan University meets the challenge of making its unique student housing fire safe.
After two all-campus lockdowns due to firearms threats, Mesa Community College Public Safety Officers needed a mass notification system fast.
How 172 children and 3 adults died in the 1908 Collinwood, Ohio, tragedy and what we learned from the largest life-loss school fire in the United States.
How combination arc-fault circuit interrupters enhance electrical safety in the home.
Fire safety on college campuses
Natural gas leak causes explosion
Remembering Franklin Wentworth
Defining a "qualified person"
In suport of the next generation
Tactics to consider when protecting exposures
Legacy systems training
Diagnosing sprinkler system problems
Electrical room protection
FPW— Prevent Home Fires