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yopiprabowo
A client of ours proposed an alternative for passive protection system on stair enclosures by applying intumescent paint to beams and columns surrounding the enclosures. However, the intumescent paint was applied only on primary beam, excluding the secondary beam. Is there any clause in NFPA that explains the application of fire coatings to
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susanmckelvey
  NFPA has announced “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen” as the theme for Fire Prevention Week, October 4-10, 2020. NFPA’s focus on cooking fire safety comes in response to home cooking fires representing the leading cause of U.S. home fires, with nearly half (49 percent) of all home fires involving cooking equipment;
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michelesteinberg
With more and more amazing wildfire risk reduction and preparedness happening across the country, it’s only fitting that the partners establishing the Wildfire Mitigation Awards are opening the nominations process early! Starting today, June 1, you can nominate an outstanding individual, group, or organization that continuously demonstrates
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tracyvecchiarelli
Part of my job includes answering questions from NFPA members on our codes and standards. Since many jurisdictions adopt a combination of NFPA and IBC codes, I often get questions about NFPA requirements, but in IBC terms. This quick guide I created helps me remember which IBC groups correspond to the NFPA 101 occupancy types and vise versa. Hope
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ccoache
This blog was going to cover protecting employees from electrical hazards, but the subject has been changed to reflect the latest news about NFPA 70E. The Second Draft of NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace has been posted on the NFPA 70E Doc Info Page under the Next Edition tab. Please review the
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