There was a plethora of highlights for NFPA in 2015, Pauley writes. That includes big organizational changes, such as introducing a new vision and mission for NFPA and reorienting the organization’s strategy, to important ongoing work such as the Fire Protection Research Foundation’s completion of nearly two-dozen projects, and the 20 reports produced by NFPA’s Fire Analysis and Research Division.
“NFPA has accomplished much in its 120-year history, and we have much yet to do. Last year marked the beginning of our journey to accomplish more for fire and electrical safety,” Pauley writes. “We made progress last year, and the we is all of us—you, NFPA employees, the NFPA board and leadership, and our thousands of volunteers and partners who support our work each day. Here’s to a successful 2016.”
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