Amended:   At its August meeting, the Council reviewed all material presented and voted to establish the Technical Committee (TC) on Fundamentals of Fire Control within a Structure Utilizing Fire Dynamics and approved a Committee scope.  Once this Technical Committee develops and ballots a draft document (see Regulations 126.96.36.199), the Technical Committee may then make a request to the Council to enter an appropriate revision cycle. Kerry M. Bell, Chair, recused himself from the deliberations and vote on this issue.  Read more on the proposed new draft document.
At its April 2015 meeting, the NFPA Standards Council considered and reviewed a new project on fire control of structures based upon fire dynamics and is seeking public review and comment by the June 15, 2015 deadline.
Read additional information and justification for this new project submitted to the Council.
Anyone interested in commenting on this new project, should include the following information: resources on the subject matter, the names of those interested in participating on the Committee (if established), the names of other organizations actively involved with this subject, and whether there is a need for such a project. [Submit your comments | mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Comment%20on%20New%20Project for Fire control of structures based upon fire dynamics] to the Codes and Standards Administration Department, NFPA, 1 Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02169-7471
Also, anyone interested in participating on a potential new committee may submit an online application* by July 22, 2015.   *Please note:  Applications being accepted for purposes of documenting applicant interest in committee participation.  Acceptance of applications by NFPA does not guaranty or imply the Standards Council will ultimately approve standards development activity on this subject matter.
- *PROPOSED COMMITTEE SCOPE: *This Committee shall have primary responsibility for documents relating to techniques and methods used in firefighting based on accepted scientific principles and research in the field of fire dynamics.