• How to Conduct a CRA

    Chapter 5 of NFPA 1730 outlines the requirements for the conduct of a community risk assessment (CRA). The CRA is the tool that is used to determine the priorities and strategies of a the fire prevention organization....
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  • Good Morning,

    Good Morning,   I'm evaluating a preliminary design of a Foam Monitors systems to protect a diked area around LFO Tank of a Combined Cycle power plant.   The tank is surrounded by a perimetral wall 80 met...
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  • The ignitability of primer according to the conditions of use

      In this study, we would analyze the case of fire incident that occurred at new residential construction site in Yeong-do gu, Busan, 13 April, 2016, based on results of the analysis, establish the hypothesis con...
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  • Are you ready for the June 1st 2016 deadline for GHS chemical labeling requirements?

    On June 1st 2016 chemical users will need to have the Globally Harmonized System of labeling chemicals in place.  As a vendor of these chemical labels I see many companies still purchasing the old chemical labels...
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  • Trouble getting to Xchange

    I am getting the following error when I try to get to Exchange   Unauthorized Access to this place or content is restricted. If you think this is a mistake, please contact your administrator or the person who di...
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  • Thank You For Attending The Mobile Food Truck Presentation!

    Thank you to everyone who attended the presentation on mobile food truck regulation (or lack thereof) this morning! I am very happy with the turnout and the great questions all of you asked. I look forward to the day ...
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  • Do you love food trucks? Learn how to keep them safe!

    R.T. Leicht, Ron Farr and myself developed a program to explain the fire hazards associated with mobile food trucks and what actions are being taken to address them. This is an issue that has gained a lot of attention...
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  • Come hear about Ammonium Nitrate Code Changes this morning!

    Significant changes were made to the requirements for ammonium nitrate storage, handling and use in NFPA 400 after the West, Texas explosion.  NFPA 400-2016  was published this past week and can be viewed at...
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  • Calling all Canadians - "Cafeh"

    To all Canadians it is almost time to eat. Don’t miss out on a great opportunity to network with your Canadian peers at the Canadian Luncheon “Cafeh”. Hope to see everyone there at 11:30 am in room N...
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  • Allan Fraser"s "IN"!!!!!!!

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  • It really is that easy!!!!!

    Several NFPA staff members have been showing attendees just how easy it is for anyone to submit a language to change any of our codes and standards. If you haven't tried it yet, look for them just outside the registra...
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  • Grab your coffee and come find out what is going on with Fire Brigades!

    There were a number of changes made to NFPA 600-2015 during this last revision cycle that may be of interest if you are involved with fire brigades.   In addition, several task groups have been formed to loo...
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  • Share your expertise with a presentation next year in Las Vegas

    Ever have the urge to share your expertise with those attending the annual NFPA Conference and Expo?  At the IFPS Business Meeting, Tuesday, June 23, at 12:30 - 2:00 pm, the IFPS Board members will be highlightin...
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  • Industrial Fire Protection Section Business Meeting Tuesday June 23

    Are you a member of the NFPA Industrial Fire Protection Section (IFPS)?  Are you interested in industrial fire protection?  If so, then join us at the IFPS Business Meeting, Tuesday, June 23, from 12:30 - 2:...
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  • See you at C&E NFPA 600 presentation

    See you at 8:00am CT room 503ab for the discussion and presentation on NFPA 600: What are Facility Fire Brigades, and What Does the Standard Allow Them to Do? 
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