We've made some big changes to NFPA's Fire Sprinkler Initiative website. We're hoping the additions and new categories make it easier for you to find the resources that can aid your pitch for home fire sprinklers and requirements for this technology in new homes.
Some of the site changes include:
- a responsve design, meaning that the website can adapt to all types of technologies, from mobile to desktop
- new categories, including:
- Fire threats in new homes and related research
- Benefits of home fire sprinklers
- Survivor stories, which includes our Faces of Fire profiles, "The Survivors" podcast series, and a way for anyone impacted by fire to share their story
- a revamped "Take Action" section, which includes a more robust "Free Downloads" page
The site still includes information on our more than 30 state and provincial sprinkler coalitions. To access all of the site's new sections, reference the site's new sidebar navigation. The plus signs, once clicked, reveal the pages within each section:
Or, review the "In This Section" at the bottom of each section's page:
What are your thoughts on the new site? Please send your feedback to the Fire Sprinkler Initiative team or by replying directly to this post.