Upgrades to NFPA 99 - Health Care Facilities, the dangers of smoking and medical oxygen, and how to measure NFPA code compliance.
How do you measure whether your fire prevention efforts are working? Here are eleven measurements that will tell you if your inspection programs are working.
December 8, 1961. An explosion and fire in a high-rise hospital threaten a ward filled with patients, many of them seriously ill. The result had a far-reaching impact on health care facility codes.
The Hartford fire prompted important changes in how hospitals handle emergency communications.
National statistics on home burns and fires associated with medical oxygen use.
In the 25 years since NFPA 99, Health Care Facilities, was adopted, sweeping changes have reshaped the delivery of health care in this country. To keep up, NFPA 99 itself is being reinvented.
This time we’re in Chi-town. This summer, join the world’s leading experts in fire, life, and electrical safety to discuss codes and standards development and cutting-edge fire protection.
Are all composite intermediate bulk carriers created equal? A study by the Fire Protection Research Foundation says no. What does that mean for you?
In Transit: CIBC guidelines and regulations that may apply.
Fires that occur when smoking is mixed with home medical oxygen use can be deadly. How do we reduce the risk while still protecting patient privacy?
Fire Safety and the Future
NFPA's message for President-Elect Obama
Fire destroys theater costumes.
NFPA enlists the help of a cartoon for Fire Prevention Week 1953
The importance of fine print notes.
Key issues for next-gen automatic sprinklers.
Estimating structural stability.
Common sense is your most important tool.
Going green with sprinklers.
Fire safety for mezzanines.
Safely keeping warm with heating-resource kits