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NFPA 61: Standard for the Prevention of Fires and Dust Explosions in Agricultural and Food Processing Facilities

NFPA 61 protects lives and property from fires and dust explosions in facilities handling, processing, or storing bulk agricultural materials, their by-products, or other agricultural related dusts and materials.

Please note:  This Standard is no longer accepting Public Input due to the Combustible Dust Document Consolidation Plan (consolidation plan) as approved by the NFPA Standards Council.  As part of the consolidation plan, this Standard is slipping cycle and being combined into a new consolidated draft.  Once the new draft is available and open for Public Input, this notice will be updated with a link to the applicable document information page.

http://www.nfpa.org/61
NFPA 1035: Standard on Fire and Life Safety Educator, Public Information Officer, Youth Firesetter Intervention Specialist and Youth Firesetter Program Manager Professional Qualifications

This standard identifies the minimum job performance requirements (JPRs) for public fire and life safety educators, public information officers, youth firesetter intervention specialists, and youth firesetter program managers.

Please note:  This Standard is no longer accepting Public Input due to the Emergency Response and Responder Safety Document Consolidation Plan (consolidation plan) as approved by the NFPA Standards Council.  As part of the consolidation plan, this Standard is slipping cycle and being combined into a new consolidated draft, NFPA 1030. To submit a public input on this consolidated draft by the November 13, 2020 deadline, go to NFPA 1030.

http://www.nfpa.org/1035
NFPA 655: Standard for Prevention of Sulfur Fires and Explosions

This standard establishes requirements to eliminate or reduce explosion and fire hazards encountered in the crushing, grinding, and pulverizing of bulk and liquid sulfur, and to the safe handling of sulfur in any form.

Please note: This Standard is no longer under revision or accepting Public Input due to the Combustible Dust Document Consolidation Plan (consolidation plan) as approved by the NFPA Standards Council.  As part of the consolidation plan, this Standard is slipping cycle and being combined into a new consolidated draft.  Once the new draft is available and open for Public Input, this notice will be updated with a link to the applicable document information page.

http://www.nfpa.org/655
NFPA 664: Standard for the Prevention of Fires and Explosions in Wood Processing and Woodworking Facilities

This standard provides requirements for fire and explosion prevention and protection of industrial, commercial, or institutional facilities that process wood or manufacture wood products in order to protect life, property, and mission continuity.

Please note:  This Standard is no longer accepting Public Input due to the Combustible Dust Document Consolidation Plan (consolidation plan) as approved by the NFPA Standards Council.  As part of the consolidation plan, this Standard is slipping cycle and being combined into a new consolidated draft.  Once the new draft is available and open for Public Input, this notice will be updated with a link to the applicable document information page.

http://www.nfpa.org/664
NFPA 1405: Guide for Land-Based Fire Departments that Respond to Marine Vessel Fires

Developed at the request of and in cooperation with the United States Coast Guard, this guide identifies the elements of a comprehensive marine fire-fighting response program for land based fire fighters responding to the unique challenges of fighting fires on vessels and enable land-based fire fighters to extinguish such fires safely and efficiently.

http://www.nfpa.org/1405
NFPA 1150: Standard on Foam Chemicals for Fires in Class A Fuels

This standard defines the acceptance requirements and test methods for fire-fighting foam chemicals that are used to control, suppress, or prevent fires in Class A fuels.

http://www.nfpa.org/1150
NFPA announces “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen” as theme for Fire Prevention Week 2020
As the public continues to remain at home in response to COVID-19, cooking will continue to occur at increased levels, presenting a greater risk for associated fires. Fire Prevention Week serves as an ideal opportunity to share tips and guidelines for safely cooking at home.
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"Home Cooking Fires" report | NFPA
This NFPA report includes analysis of patterns and trends in all measures of fire loss for all types of home cooking equipment.
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Development of Standardized Cooking Fires for Evaluation of Prevention Technologies
These Research Foundation reports are based on a program that began in 2010 to review the potential effectiveness of various technologies potentially capable of preventing cooking range top fires.
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NFPA news release - Thanksgiving is the leading day for U.S. home cooking fires; NFPA offers tips and recommendations for enjoying a fire-safe holiday
November 13, 2017 - While Thanksgiving tops the charts for family and friends coming together to enjoy food and one another’s company, it’s also the leading day for U.S. home cooking fires
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Thanksgiving is by far the leading day for US home cooking fires: Cook your holiday feast with caution!
There are more than three times as many home cooking fires on Thanksgiving as a typical day of the year, making it by far the leading day for US home cooking fires, according to the National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA®). This sharp spike (a nearly 250 percent increase over the daily average) is a powerful reminder to use caution when cooking this year’s Thanksgiving feast.
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NFPA news release - Thanksgiving leading day for home cooking fires: nearly four times as many cooking fires occur on Thanksgiving as on a typical day
November 14, 2016 - NFPA’s latest report shows that cooking is the leading cause of home structure fires and injuries in the U.S. States that reported cooking fires hit new highs in 2012, 2013 and 2014. The report further states that home cooking fires peak on major U.S. holidays that traditionally include cooking, such as Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
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Thanksgiving is by far the leading day for US home cooking fires | NFPA
Cooking is the leading cause of home fires year-round, accounting for almost half of all US home fires (49 percent) and reported home fire injuries (45 percent).
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NFPA research report - Development of Standardized Cooking Fires for Evaluation of Prevention Technologies: Phase One Data Analysis
In 2010, the Foundation conducted a study supported by NIST to develop this action plan. The study focused particularly on prevention technologies suitable for use on or with home cooking appliances.
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NFPA research report - Development of Standardized Cooking Fires for Evaluation of Prevention Technologies: Data Analysis
Beginning in 2010, the Foundation began a program to review the potential effectiveness of various technologies potentially capable of preventing cooking range top fires. This report summarizes and analyzes the results of two live fire test series conducted to form the basis for such a test protocol.
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