No criminal charges will be filed in the carbon monoxide deaths of two people at a Columbia public housing complex in part because South Carolina lacks a criminal negligence law, a prosecutor said Wednesday.
Rick Edinger discusses the state of hazmat standards from the NFPA.
How can we make the fire inspection process for businesses more effective and mitigate its punitive perception? Patrick Nicholson shares some thoughts.
Construction Fire Safety Coalition Administrator Raymond O’Brocki offers this indepth look at how strict adherance to fire codes protect fire service members and civilians alike on construction sites.
In this episode, host James Johnson is joined by fellow members of The Roof Perv group—Stephen Tyler, Bill Knight, and Robbie Fisher—for a question-and-answer session.
Raymond O'Brocki addresses some of the fire safety concerns raised by firefighters about tall mass timber buildings.
Daniel Colombini explains how fire departments, buildings departments, and property owners can aid each other in mutual benefit under the guise of fire protection.
Fire destroyed part of a strip mall in the Detroit suburb of Inkster, Michigan, earlier this week. Fire photographer Ian Kushnir provided some photos from the scene.
B. Aaron Johnson uses the case of historic 19th-century fire service figure James Braidwood to show how today’s fire departments can benefit from his research data and leadership.