Don’t miss the world’s biggest and most comprehensive fire, electrical, and life safety event. Early bird rate extended until March 15.
Applications are being accepted through March 5 for 150 grants of $500 each to complete a wildfire preparedness project on May 5.
Mark your calendars: NFPA and the Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition initiate day of action to address America's home fire problem
The Exterior Facade Fire Evaluation & Comparison Tool (EFFECT™), created by NFPA and project consultant ARUP, details how AHJs can prioritize existing buildings in their jurisdiction, conduct initial fire risk assessments of each, and identify those that have the highest priority for inspection.
Read "High Rise Buildings with Combustible Exterior Wall Assemblies: Fire Risk Assessment Tool," an NFPA sponsored research report by project consultant Arup.
Watch a 2-minute overview of how you can apply EFFECT™ to existing structures in your jurisdiction.
NFPA's free interactive tool helps you decode exterior wall requirements while planning new construction.
A rise in active shooter incidents and the escalating impact of hostile events has prompted NFPA to process a new standard (NFPA 3000) for use as early as April. The document is open for input until February 23, 2018.
Introducing Engage, Advance, and Lead memberships: three new ways to tap into the NFPA network of professionals and information.
The majority of the U.S. is at risk for severe weather, which can cause dangerous and sometimes life-threatening conditions. Preparing before a disaster strikes and knowing what to do during and after a storm will help reduce your risk for injury and damage to your home.
Our free fire safety during winter storms tip sheet will help you know what to do before, during and after a storm.
Portable generators are useful during power outages. However, many are unaware that their improper use can be risky.
Our Get Ready! Preparing Your Community for a Disaster program includes tools and resources for winter storm planning.
A full suite of NFPA 70E electrical safety resources provides tools to help minimize risks on the job.
NFCSS provides constantly updated, unlimited access to the world’s most current fire, electrical, and life safety knowledge on all your devices.
Based on the 2018 edition of NFPA 70E®, the CEST credential helps reduce risk to non-electricians, including HVAC technicians, solar and wind generator installer/maintainers and facility managers, who are exposed to similar electrical hazards on the job.
Learn the basics about NFPA 70E® and understand how it works with other codes and standards.
NFPA Journal explains how the 2017 NEC® addresses fire hazards associated with Power Over Ethernet (PoE) equipment.
A discussion about fire pump power supply requirements and the intersection of NFPA 20 and the NEC®.
Purchase codes and standards, register for training, join or renew membership, or subscribe to the National Fire Codes. Members get a 10% discount!
NFPA membership gives you the latest news and information, professional connections, and access to NFPA staff who can answer your technical questions.
NFPA Xchange TM connects you with peers around the world and NFPA staff. Discussion forums, blogs, and member-only exclusive content and answers to technical questions.
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