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Read: 9/11 20th Anniversary: How Building Designs, Codes Continue to Evolve

9/11 20th Anniversary: How Building Designs, Codes Continue to Evolve

The attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, forever altered building design concepts and codes. Those impacts continue to inform engineering and life-safety professionals.

Read: NFPA to Host Virtual Public Education (SOPE) Conference

NFPA to Host Virtual Public Education (SOPE) Conference

The full-day SOPE program is aimed at addressing today’s fire and life-safety educationchallenges and opportunities.

Read: NFPA Launches Ecosystem Assessment Tool to Identify Life-Safety Gaps

NFPA Launches Ecosystem Assessment Tool to Identify Life-Safety Gaps

The Ecosystem Assessment Tool gives communities the opportunity to revisit safety practices before weaknesses in the system lead to tragedies.

Read: NFPA Launches Community Risk Assessment Tool

NFPA Launches Community Risk Assessment Tool

CRAIG 1300 is an all-new Community Risk Assessment Insight Generator that helps identify, assess and mitigate public safety risks.

Read: NFPA Tackles Fuel Gases Detection With New Standard

NFPA Tackles Fuel Gases Detection With New Standard

If you are a provider of residential systems, you should become familiar with the requirements within NFPA 715.

Read: NFPA Completes Board of Director Officers Election

NFPA Completes Board of Director Officers Election

Raj Arora, CEO of Jensen Hughes, is a new director on the NFPA Board. The industry veteran has worked in all facets of fire protection.

Read: New Report Sheds Light on Residential Fire Statistics From Past 40 Years

New Report Sheds Light on Residential Fire Statistics From Past 40 Years

The NFPA commissioned the report to examine the various factors that have contributed to the decline in the number of fires and fire deaths and identify areas where work is still needed.

Read: Shop Drawings 101: Do You Know the Minimum Requirements?

Shop Drawings 101: Do You Know the Minimum Requirements?

Shop drawings should not be confused with engineering drawings. Here are the minimum requirements according to NFPA 72.

Read: How to Establish a Best Practices Baseline as a Security Technician

How to Establish a Best Practices Baseline as a Security Technician

Tech expert Bob Dolph explains why UL Standards and NFPA 731 are good learning grounds for pros looking to develop their own performance baseline.

Read: Inside the NFPA’s Proposed Standard for Remote Inspections

Inside the NFPA’s Proposed Standard for Remote Inspections

NFPA 915 Standard for Remote Testing will “provide minimum requirements for remote inspections to deliver an equivalent or improved result as that which would be obtained with other inspection methods.”

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