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All-new “Sparky’s Fire Safety Club” and badging system reward kids for learning fire safety basics
In celebration of Sparky the Fire Dog’s® 70th birthday, NFPA has created an all-new Sparky’s Fire Safety Club and badging system on Sparky.org, the association’s award-winning website for kids. Together, these new online features teach kids basic but…
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Sparky is older than you think, and there's a lesson in that
This Wednesday, March 18 marks Sparky the Fire Dog®'s 69th birthday.  Sparky plays an important role as both a mascot and cue to action within NFPA's mission to eliminate loss of life & property from fire, electrical and related hazards.   Indeed, Sparky…
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Download This Tip Sheet to Help Kids Stay Safe in the Kitchen
As many households enter the new school year remotely and several family members continue to work from or remain at home, this year's Fire Prevention Week theme, “Serve up Fire Safety in the Kitchen”, is more relevant than ever. Spending more time at home…
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As Halloween Activities Shift in Response to COVID-19, NFPA Emphasizes Caution around Home Decorating, including Candles and Electrical Lighting
The realities of COVID-19 are pushing households to find creative ways to celebrate Halloween this year. With trick-or-treating and Halloween parties being less of an option, it's likely that more home decorating, pumpkin carving and use of…
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Youth-oriented websites
Sparky's Home Page The mascot of the National Fire Protection Association and Fire Prevention Week, Sparky the Fire Dog® teaches children how to be safe from fire at home and at play. His site has many games and activities for young children and…
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NFPA's Fire Sprinkler Initiative-Faces of Fire, Justina Page
Justina Page was severely burned and lost one of her 22-month-old twins in a house fire. Read her "Faces of Fire" story on NFPA's Fire Sprinkler Initiative website.
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Outreach - NFPA Journal
Column: What COVID-19 has Taught Us About Public Safety Messaging
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NFPA Journal - Protecting Campus, Sept Oct 2018
U.S., college and universities employ new strategies to prepare for active shooter threats.
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NFPA Journal - Dispatches, Sept Oct 2017
A new landmark study plots strategies to eliminate electric shock drowning.
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NFPA’s official mascot, Sparky the Fire Dog®, turns 69 today! Help make Sparky’s birthday wish come true by making fire safety a priority
In recognition of Sparky’s big day, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is reminding the public that fire continues to present real risks and must be taken seriously: A structure fire occurs in the U.S. every 24 seconds, resulting in an annual average of 493,797 fires, 2,844 deaths, 12,812 injuries, and $10.5 billion in direct property damage.
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As Halloween celebrations shift in response to COVID-19, NFPA urges caution when decorating with candles and electrical lighting
Since typical Halloween activities like trick-or-treating may be curtailed or even canceled, NFPA suspects an even bigger focus on Halloween decorating in and around homes this year
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NFPA announces launch of Sparky’s Fire Safety Club and badging feature | NFPA
Sparky’s Fire Safety Club allows kids to create a user profile and earn badges each time they complete a video, game, or activity. Kids have the freedom to earn all three badges at their own pace over time.
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Wish Sparky the Fire Dog a happy birthday by sharing the message of fire safety
As everybody’s favorite fire safety dog, Sparky the Fire Dog®, celebrates his 68th birthday on March 18, NFPA is reminding the public how critical is to take his fire safety messages seriously.
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Fire & Life Safety Ecosystem: Failure to Prepare Erodes Community Trust
With the smell of hydrocarbons still in the air, reassurances that the citizens of Rouen, France could “live and work absolutely normally”just days after over 9,000 pounds of potentially hazardous chemicals burned in a massive fire, fell flat. Franoise…
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Fire & Life Safety Ecosystem: Failure to Prepare Erodes Community Trust
With the smell of hydrocarbons still in the air, reassurances that the citizens of Rouen, France could “live and work absolutely normally” just days after over 9,000 pounds of potentially hazardous chemicals burned in a massive fire, fell flat. Françoise…
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