They are a symbol of celebration, loudly lighting up the night sky and best known in the U.S. as the explosive exclamation point to Fourth of July festivities.
In this firefighter training video, Adam Hansen and Anthony Deko review some of the dangers firefighters ought to know about dangers associated with HVAC RTUs.
Adam Hansen and Anthony Deko examine a facet of HVAC RTU investigation that could precipitate a serious emergency—a cracked heat exchanger.
John Norman, retired deputy assistant chief with the Fire Department of New York and a fire protection engineers, discusses the importance of residential fire sprinklers when it comes to fire safety.
The Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to helping reduce fire-related injuries and deaths among children, announced the appointment of three new members to its Board of Directors and its 2020-2022 Officer team.
Hospitals, clinics, and nursing homes are target hazards posing a considerable risk to occupants because of the large numbers and nonambulatory nature of these facilities’ residents and the inability to evacuate the residents vertically in the building.
As the scope of the World Trade Center (WTC) tragedy came into focus in the hours following the attacks, I wondered what happened to the towers. Why did they come down so quickly?