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Resources for specialists tasked with protecting people and property from fire, electrical and other emergencies

Severe weather has shown just how much communities need to work together to plan and prepare before a disaster strikes. It’s just as important to collaborate during and after a weather event to get operations back to normal as quickly as possible.

Whether you’re a building owner, facility manager, electrical professional, first responder, policymaker, or other specialist tasked with protecting people and property from fire, electrical and other related hazards, your role in helping keep citizens safe is a vital one. Learn what steps you can take before the next emergency threatens your area.

 

The following NFPA codes and standards, available in English and Spanish, apply to emergency preparedness topics:
From the NFPA Today blog
From NFPA Journal®