Full list of NFPA results
What do the NFPA 1582 physical fitness requirements say?–
In order to perform their best, firefighters must adhere to NFPA 1582 standards
How to perform arc flash risk assessment under NFPA 70e–
NFPA code 70e helps firefighters calculate and maintain a safe boundary when dealing with flashovers
NFPA: On-duty firefighter deaths at 69 in 2016–
The largest share of deaths occurred while firefighters were responding to and returning from calls
7 knots you need to learn for NFPA 1001 skill sheet–
Here is a compilation of video tutorials to help you learn the knots for NFPA 1001 skill set.
Key changes to NFPA's fire apparatus rule–
NFPA 1911's new edition is out this year; here's a look at the important changes
Firefighter SCBA, PASS changes for NFPA 1981, 1982–
New rules governing SCBA and PASS features and testing requirements are set to roll out late this year
360-degree cam: Side-by-side burn demo–
The National Fire Protection Association filmed this live burn/fire sprinkler demonstration in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, using a 360-degree camera. The video underscores how rapidly fire spreads in today''s homes and how quickly home fire sprinklers, a requirement in all U.S. model building codes, can extinguish the flames.
What follows a burn injury?–
Survivors injured by home fires endure a lifetime of recovery. Dr. James Gallagher and Jamie Heffernan with the William Randolph Hearst Burn Center in New York City describe the aftermath their patients face and the healing power of linking survivors with their peers.
NFPA survey wants firefighter info on eye, face protection–
The survey will collect data to help determine whether there should be any changes made to NFPA 1971 and 1985 standards
NFPA releases report on needs, challenges of fire service–
The report discusses a range of department issues, such as training and outdated equipment
How to Keep Fire Apparatus Buying Simple–
Common vendors and dedicated replacement funding go a long way to ease fire truck buying
How do I become a volunteer firefighter?–
Whether you're an aspiring firefighter or just looking to give back, nearly everyone can be involved with the fire service
Fire apparatus chevrons: An update–
Love them or hate them, apparatus chevrons are here to stay; here's a look at how the requirements have changed and may change in the future
Tale of two ambulance standards–
NFPA's ambulance standard will be updated later this year with input from several groups; a competing standard came out this summer
How to choose the best spreader for your department–
There’s a lot of misinformation about spread specs, here are the facts.
- Load more