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As the world grapples with the COVID-19 epidemic, NFPA is providing key resources and information that address emergency planning, building, and fire and life safety issues. New resources are being added as challenges emerge.
With in-person learning on hold due to coronavirus (COVID-19), NFPA online training provides safe and convenient ways to increase your skillset and further your career.
As communities remain at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, NFPA offers resources and recommendations for helping everyone stay fire-safe.
Use NFPA’s at-home learning resources to teach fire safety lessons at home.
Now is a great time to develop and practice a home escape plan with your family.
Keep kids entertained with Sparky the Fire Dog’s fire safety activities!
Get the insight you need on NFPA codes and standards, right at your fingertips, with NFPA CodeFinder™.
The spirit and drive of the Fire & Life Safety Ecosystem was alive and well recently when a diverse group of experts, met to develop action steps to help improve our current and future resilience to wildfire risk.
A group of PoE experts discuss the future of technology and its impact on the electrical industry.
A well-developed safety program is crucial for protecting the most important part of any organization – employees. Ten key steps can help get the ball rolling.
It’s imperative to examine how much and what kind of electrical safety training employers are required to provide employees. Training starts with the definition of a “qualified person.”
NFPA 70E has specific requirements for equipment labels when there are electrical hazards present. Looking at compliance and review as two separate issues helps lessen confusion on applying the rules.
As of March 30, 2020, there are no changes to the Conference and Expo in response to COVID-19 (coronavirus). NFPA continues to monitor the situation and will continue to provide updates as available.
Learn about the requirements for electrical design and installation as well as expert insights into how the 2017 edition of the NEC® works to help protect people and property from electrical hazards.
The COVID-19 health crisis may prevent you from carrying out your wildfire preparedness plans and group events. NFPA and State Farm encourage you to postpone meetings and events until it’s safe. Learn more about what you can do.
Experts say the construction additive manufacturing industry is poised to grow rapidly over the next five years. As 3D-printed homes, offices, and other buildings become a reality, code officials and builders alike seek guidance on how to ensure these structures are safe and meet widely used codes and standards.
See 3D-printed construction projects in action and answering the important question, are 3D-printed buildings safe?
Learn about some of the most unique materials and configurations being used in the world of construction additive manufacturing.
Explore NFPA 5000®, Building Construction and Safety Code®.
Electrical work can be dangerous and deadly. Learn how to help protect yourself and keep your workplace free from electrical injury and OSHA violations with the 2018 NFPA 70E® Online Training.
Save 20% when you purchase the nation’s most comprehensive document on hot work safety along with in-depth online training identifying hot work dangers and vital safety procedures from the experts involved in writing the codes and standards.
Get up-to-speed with online training on significant updates in the 2017 edition of the National Electrical Code® (NEC).
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