• NFPA 36

    Hello ,please can any one update me how many NFPA 36 revision have been made to till date.
    tuseef.ahamad
    last modified by tuseef.ahamad
  • CFPS Certification

    I'm planning to do CFPS course and based out India. Can you any one guide me to com[plete my certification
    saidhanabalanraman
    last modified by saidhanabalanraman
  • NFPA 59A - Gas Detection Alarms

    I am working with an LNG facility and trying to understand section 12.4.2.1 of NFPA 59A for gas detection. I would like to know if it is mandatory all the time to report to a remote location (main command post with fi...
    orlando.vargas
    last modified by orlando.vargas
  • 'In-plant' or modular office buildings and 'In-plant' mezzanines - General or specific FP code references, i.e. sprinkler system required(?)

    General or specific FP codes or references to determine requirements for the In-plant or modular office buildings and in-plant mezzanines, i.e. sprinkler system required(?) and if so, what are the tresholds, i.e. area...
    ryszard10
    last modified by ryszard10
  • Diesel AST "Free" Tank Vent Outlet Location

    Seeking advice on the required location of a "free" vent opening on an AST used to store diesel fuel on a mine site. Tank is currently fitted with a free (atmospheric) vent installed onto a riser pipe. It's a self-bun...
    apeattie
    last modified by apeattie
  • Protective Device Maintenance

    Within Substations and switchboards how can compliance with NFPA 70 E be met in regards to protective device maintenance.   Most of our Substations contain Category Dangerous rated Circuit breakers with Arc Plas...
    brodiestowell
    last modified by brodiestowell
  • Effects of Panel Inertia NFPA 68 std.

    Hi there: I have a problem to calculate the Av3 area of dust collector vents due to the effects of inertia using NFPA 68 standard. In equation 8.2.8 of NFPA 68 2007 ed., variables V and Pred multiply to The mass of t...
    enriquezuniga2011
    last modified by enriquezuniga2011
  • Tote Storage Class IIIB

    NFPA 30 indicates totes storing class IIIB liquids shall be store only 2 high.  I take this to be a structural issue, that one tote piled on top of another is ok, but a third tote on top of two stacked totes is u...
    wbaird65
    last modified by wbaird65
  • Nancy Pearce

    this morning's update on Brigades was excellent. a great template to share with anyone that needs to present to group on changes in their document and how to explain it. great job Nancy and crew! nancypearce
    jan
    last modified by jan