Fire and life safety upgrades at Boston's Fenway Park; Integrating safety and historic preservation on the Statue of Libery; Emergency preparation at live events; 2011 firefighter fatalities.
Report finds the second-lowest number of on-duty firefighter deaths since 1977.
How the National Park Service integrated safety and historical preservation to make the Statue of Liberty as code-compliant as possible without affecting key historic elements.
Fenway Park’s recent fire and life safety upgrades have made it compliant with NFPA codes regarding life safety, fire alarms, sprinkler systems, and emergency messaging.
A stage rigging collapse at the Indiana State Fair killed seven and injured dozens. It also changed the way we think about emergency preparation and response at live events.
An icon worth preserving
Pam Leschak of the USDA Forest Service on how fire-adapted communities can combat the threat of wildland fire.
Voting members accept 2013 editions of NFPA 13 and 72 at NFPA’s Association Technical Meeting. Plus, award winners take the stage at the Conference & Expo.
Exterior fire spreads into house, killing occupant
The Hartford circus fire of 1944
How far the Foundation has come in helping NFPA confront emerging issues.
A risk-versus-benefit analysis can reduce firefighter on-duty deaths.
PA system designers must determine the system’s applicability and compliance.
Part II of a review of proposed articles for the 2014 edition of the NEC®.
How to locate sprinklers when cloud ceilings are present.
Occupancy requirements for events held in tents.
A look at a Texas fire department’s PSA program.
How fire-adapted communities take responsibility for their wildfire risks.