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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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Volunteer firefighter shares experience of responding to a fire at his own home
Photo: GoFundMe Earlier this month, firefighter Jason Penwell was en route to a fire in a neighborhood that was oddly familiar; the neighborhood was his. Making the experience all the more tragic, it was his home in flames.  "I happened to be at the…
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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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NFPA - Wildland fire information for youth and families
Are you working with youth or school-age children around wildfire safety? NFPA is a great resource for teaching materials, interactive tools and videos for young audiences.
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Outreach - NFPA Journal
Column: What COVID-19 has Taught Us About Public Safety Messaging
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ISO Rating Resources
NFPA is providing a resource page to assist those individual and fire departments reviewing or going through the rating process of the new ISO Fire Suppression Rating Schedule (FSRS). On this page you will find links to the current editions of NFPA…
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Safety with cooking equipment | NFPA
Cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires and home injuries. The leading cause of fires in the kitchen is unattended cooking.
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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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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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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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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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As Halloween nears, NFPA reminds everyone to keep fire safety top of mind | NFPA
As more people plan to celebrate the holiday this year, NFPA wants everyone to know where potential fire risks exist so they can take the steps needed to minimize them.
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NFPA 1: Emergency Action Plans, when are they required and what do I include? #FireCodefridays
No further detail is needed to understand that the events that took place last week in Parkland, Florida were horrific and devastating.  It will no doubt have an impact on building and occupant safety going forward and the issues that our Codes face in…
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NFPA Journal - Connecting the Dots, Summer 2021
One of the earliest adopters of community risk reduction demystifies the process and explains how to effectively put community data to work
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