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michael.d.beasley30.civ
What is the best source to get on an emailing list for weekly, plus or minus, safety topics to use in safety meetings in an electrical industry? Expecially Arc Flash topics but general electrical safety topics are needed. I am looking for something that is not more than one or two pages long or better yet in a single slide power point format. 
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nick.pfeifer.np
NFPA 25 specifically mentions how often to test/replace fast response sprinkler heads in 5.3.1.1.1.3 but what about quick response sprinkler heads? would they fall under only needing to be replaced every 50 years? 
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sharhingson
2013 NFPA 72 26.2.4 Alarm Signal Content.  Where required by the enforcing agency, governing laws, codes or standards, alarm signals transmitted to a supervising station shall be by addressable device or zone identification.     My question has manifested due to a campus style system at an apartment complex in Naples Fl. which is
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susanmckelvey
  NFPA released its annual “U.S. Firefighter Fatalities in the United States” report today in coordination with a presentation by Rita Fahy, manager of NFPA’s applied research division, at NFPA’s conference in San Antonio. According to the report, a total of 64 U.S. firefighter fatalities while on duty in 2018. This
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laurenbackstrom
At NFPA’s Conference & Expo in 2018, Jim Pauley introduced attendees to the Fire & Life Safety Ecosystem, telling them "we have failed to connect the dots. While everyone is so focused on their particular aspects of incidents, collectively, we have forgotten that safety is a system – not a singular action, piece of equipment,
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laurenbackstrom
A reception, dinner, and awards night was held Tuesday night at NFPA Conference & Expo in San Antonio, meant to congratulate and thank several National Electrical Code committee members for their outstanding service. First up, the newest NEC Quarter Century Club recipients were honored, to all of those who have been involved with the NEC for
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ccoache
Talk about stirring up a hornet nest. A few blogs ago, the most frequently asked question was discussed. That blog concluded by stating: I will only provide one answer in order to ensure protection of your employee. That answer is; yes, PPE is necessary for every task you authorize an employee to perform, including operating a circuit breaker
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