Hazard analysis: lithium-ion batteries and fire safety; detection in high-challenge warehouses; A conversation with U.S. Fire Administrator Ernest Mitchell, Jr.
The Fire Protection Research Foundation begins research to address the lack of guidance available on the use of fire detection technologies in warehouses.
NFPA has formed a new committee project to address the ongoing problem of fire and life safety issues in confined spaces.
NFPA is working with government agencies, insurers, and car manufacturers on the safety issues surrounding fires involving lithium-ion batteries.
Open, Balanced, and Fair
The new U.S. Fire Administrator sees an expanded role for the USFA within FEMA.
A boom in roll-your-own establishments presents a new twist for states and fire officials.
Overloaded power strip starts fatal fire.
The collision of two jumbo jets on the island of Tenerife kills 583 people.
Spotlight on Wildland Fire Management
Quantifying the hazards of new energy-saving technologies.
Determining what works best when responding to high-rise fires.
Some fire alarm and sprinkler system requirements may surprise designers.
NFPA launches two new certifications to support NFPA 70E.
Third-party administration of enforcement programs.
Some small industrial buildings can have a single exit.
NFPA and LEGOLAND Florida form a fire prevention and safety partnership.
In the wildfire world, simple questions often produce complex answers.