NFPA Journal explores resilience and how NFPA codes and standards are shaping its evolution

March 17, 2015 – The latest issue of NFPA Journal®, the official magazine for the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), explores the concept of resilience and how it is reshaping the way governments, businesses and communities think about emergency management and preparedness.

Also featured in this issue:

  • New Frontier – A look at new gas and oil extraction methods that could cause big problems for rural fire departments untrained to deal with the potential hazards.
  • ‘Credible Risk’ – A first look at NFPA 652; a new standard that provides the general requirements for the management of combustible dust fire and explosion hazards.
  • 2015 C&E Preview – This feature lists the top ten reasons why not to miss out on this year’s NFPA Conference & Expo®.

Check out the latest digital version of the March/April 2015 NFPA Journal with hyperlinked content from the print version. The NFPA Journal mobile app is also available for any iPhone, iPad or Android device.

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