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carretero110
Click to view contentSmoke alarms and doors are not two separate realities. We have to flee from seeing smoke alarms and the doors of our homes as two separate realities. The synergies between these two elements, such as first-order preventive resources, are known to all firefighters for the avoidance of victims. DTM as an innovative configuration for the latest… (Show more)
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breauna_winn
What are some of the safety precautions to take while a hot worker performs hot work near a fuel tank onboard a ship in repair?   Is there such a thing as a 5 inch rule?   Is a Marine Chemist required to address the fuel tank on the marine chemist certificate, even though the tank is not technically an adjacent space?    Where can I find useful… (Show more)
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kiml
Click to view contentIn Support of Fire Prevention Week, October 6-12 According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) the number of home fire deaths in the U.S. is increasing and in turn creating a growing challenge for fire safety professionals. “This troubling trend has a lot to do with the fact that today’s home fires burn faster than ever before,”… (Show more)
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kiml
Click to view contentFire safety is a primary concern for every school in the country, and even more so at colleges and universities where large numbers of students reside in campus dormitories and apartments. Severe weather and associated fires pose special threats to school communities. Since lightning is the weather hazard that impacts every area of our country,… (Show more)
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delbart40
Hoping to get some input on electrical outlet placement on what was a raised bar peninsula that has been modified to a single level island. Pictures below are a snapshot of the electrical blueprint when the house was built back in 2000 and a cleaned up version to better see the information (ceiling puck lighting sort of mucking things up,… (Show more)
nfpa@usiclosscontrol.com
Is an EH pipe schedule AS system designed specifically for EH 1 and 2 occupancies? (I know that seems obvious but I've been told "no", that ordinary pipe schedule systems are only designed for Light and ordinary hazard occupancies, and am questioning that answer). Is an EH pipe schedule AS adequately designed for storage of a certain… (Show more)
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