This week the panel reviews fire prevention and fire investigation considerations for line personnel and fire officers.
This year’s focus on cooking fire safety is supported by findings from NFPA’s newly released U.S. Home Cooking Fires report, which shows that cooking is the leading cause of U.S. home fires and home fire injuries.
Both rooms were ignited by a small open flame replicating common causes of furnishing ignition sources.
Installing proven technology to battle the problem of cooking fires is effective Community Risk Reduction. Make it part of your Fire Prevention Week 2020 outreach.
Fire prevention and safety educators must assess and evaluate our outreach and educations programs to make them better, writes Becki White.
In this episode, Chris Naum offers insights on firefighting concerns for Mega Mansions and large area homes.
The Fire Sprinkler Initiative, a project of the NFPA and the Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition (HFSC) are co-hosting Home Fire Sprinkler Week, a North America wide virtual effort to show the value of home fire sprinklers.
Over the past couple of years, we have experienced failures in battery systems in Europe, Asia, and here in the United States. The fire service can prepare for these incidents and be proactive.
Russell Maitland details a carbon monoxide leak at a local roasted coffee facility. It underscores the need for first responders to better acquaint themselves with the hazards involved in the production of the product.