Integrating residential fire sprinklers and local water supplies; NFPA codes and nuclear power; 2008 Firefighter Injury and Large-Loss Reports.
The following is a complete list of large-loss fires, which are listed in descending order of loss amount in each category.
Highlights of injuries received by on-duty firefighters.
Green, or fire protection? Fire protection or green? A young F.P.E.-in-training tries to square safety with all things eco.
For the fifth time in the past 10 years, the largest loss associated with fires and explosions occurred in wildlands, and for the second year in a row, it happened in Southern California.
Our woman-on-the-ground for community wildfire safety files a dispatch from the front lines of the wildland-urban interface.
Whether or not we embrace nuclear power for our growing electricity needs, NFPA codes will continue to help the industry remain as fire-safe as possible.
Just how easy is it to integrate residential fire sprinklers into a local water supply? Pretty easy, actually.
Based on data collected during NFPA's Survey of Fire Departments for U.S. Fire Experience for 2008, an estimated 79,700 firefighter injuries occured in the line of duty last year.
For a glimpse of what’s hot in the green movement, just look to your nearest rooftop. And that’s the problem.
Just because it's green doesn't mean it's safe. In this special section, we take five different looks at the intersection of "green" and fire-and life-safety.
Why the ICC needs to continue to support residential sprinklers.
A new effort aims to improve data collection for on-campus fires.
News & dispatches compiled by NFPA Journal staff.
Intentionally set fire kills two
The wooden-shingle menace.
Here’s your chance to shape the next edition of 70E.
How should we define the relationship between fire safety and environmental sustainability
Handling, and planning for, the reality of overcrowded nightspots.
Training = fire alarm system operational reliability.
Celebrate good times: A trio of big sprinkler anniversaries.
A pinch of perspective on protecting cooking equipment.
Robots! More robots! www.sparky.org gets a zippy new look.