NFPA 3000®, Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response (ASHER) Program (2021) Toolkit
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Watch the recent webinar Addressing Fire Safety Challenges During Construction as panelists share their first-hand experience and insights on protecting job sites from the risks of fire, including the important role of the Fire Prevention Program Manager, as outlined in NFPA 241.
Our Construction Site Fire Safety Fact Sheet provides measures for helping to prevent or minimize fire damage to structures during construction, alteration, or demolition.