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Registration is open! Launching in May 2021 and continuing into 2022, NFPA® is offering a year-long virtual series that will consist of a variety of one-day events focused on specific stakeholder groups and topic areas, with the ability to earn CEUs for each program. Each stand-alone program in the series costs only $98.
Oxygen-rich environments are fueling fires at COVID-19 hospitals around the world, according to a European research group. A lack of code compliance remains the underlying issue.
Read an NFPA Journal article about the international hospital fire problem, from the magazine's January/February 2020 issue.
NFPA Journal staff writer Angelo Verzoni discusses and reads his article on the international hospital fire problem for the January 2020 episode of The NFPA Journal Podcast.
In 2017, NFPA released a research report on structure fires in health care facilities in the United States.
Get the insight you need on NFPA codes and standards, right at your fingertips, with NFPA CodeFinder™.
Join NFPA in championing comprehensive policies to better protect communities, citizens, and first responders.
Review NFPA’s report to learn more about smoke alarm presence and performance in US homes.
In honor of Sparky the Fire Dog's birthday, Sparky.org has a whole new look! Check it out and take the Fire Safety Pledge!
Smoke alarms are a key part of a home fire escape plan. Learn about some key tips to keep them working.
See the new 2020 EMAC Desk Reference for the latest updates on smoke alarms and other public education messaging.
Learn about advances in current technologies and how they are being introduced and captured into the electrical codes and safety standards. Earn continuing education units (CEUs). Cost of program is $98.
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Join NFPA® as we discuss with a panel of industry experts some of the key considerations for construction site fire safety.
The NEC and NFPA 70E must be applied together, in harmony, to ensure the safety of both people and property within any given scenario dealing with electricity.
Energized work puts employees at risk; it also has the potential to damage the equipment being worked on. Know the requirements and follow the guidelines to stay safe.
Three doctors discuss their ongoing research and work related to the rehabilitation of electrical injury patients.
The risks of shock, electrocution, arc flash, and arc blast are a significant health and safety concern in the workplace. A new 70E fact sheet outlines the key requirements of the standard.
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