Why so much depends on NFPA-certified marine chemists; Duane Pearsall and his accidental smoke detector; 'Mommy's on fire. Call 911'
The international retailer IKEA joins insurers, sprinkler manufacturers, and other stakeholders in devising protection criteria for hazardous stored products that they hope can soon be included in NFPA 13, Installation of Sprinkler Systems.
How NFPA-certificated marine chemists make sure that work done in shipyards and aboard vessels is conducted safely.
Home fire safety was the furthest thing from Duane Pearsall’s mind on the day in 1963 when he stumbled upon a technology that seemed to hold promise for use in smoke detectors. Tens of thousands of saved lives later, his contributions are remembered.
NFPA's commitment to nightclub safety.
ESPN anchor Hannah Storm’s willingness to be candid about her burn injuries is already having an impact on grilling safety.
In the wake of a deadly nightclub fire, NFPA discusses possible code adoption with fire officials in Brazil.
Fire heavily damages a Washington office building.
Death on the River
Home Candle Fires
Does the pace of technological change make it harder for fire protection to keep up with emerging hazards?
An incident action plan is critical to life safety, extinguishment, and property conservation operations.
Fire alarm systems and the systems that interconnect with them.
NFPA 110 provides performance requirements for emergency systems.
More on the challenges posed by high-volume, low-speed fans for sprinkler designers and installers.
Requirements for interior finishes are in the Life Safety Code® for good reason.
Every home fire affects real people.
Why wildland fire safety planning must include all segments of society.