Thousands of school children from across the greater Toronto area and Ontario will attend the special home game of the Toronto Blue Jays May 31, marked as Fire Safety Day, part of the “Swing into Summer Safety” campaign. The Fire
During this last week of our national Electrical Safety Month campaign, NFPA and ESFI are reminding people about the importance of outdoor electrical safety. We raise this issue because we know many homeowners love the look and feel that
May is Electrical Safety Month and NFPA and ESFI are working together to help raise awareness of electrical hazards. This week we are talking about electrical receptacles, also known as outlets, and why we should be diligent about ensuring they
May is national Electrical Safety Month and throughout the month, NFPA and ESFI have been raising awareness of potential home electrical hazards and the importance of electrical fire safety. This week we’re highlighting our updated “Keeping
In recent years, the annual number of home fires involving clothes dryers and washing machines reported to U.S. fire departments has fluctuated from year to year, after falling in the early 1980s and then leveling off in the 1990s. This is according to a
A Nebraska grandmother, who lost family to fire, has launched a campaign stressing the importance of dual sensor smoke alarms. According to WOWT News, Jo Lynne Lehan’s son’s family had working smoke alarms the morning of a fire in their home,
Today, about 60 (from an applicant pool of over 1,100!) fire and life safety educators from rural fire departments across the U.S., are at our Quincy headquarters for a two day symposium diving into their particular needs and challenges.
Fire departments across The Mountain State have gathered in Charleston this week for the West Virginia Fire Safety Summit. Participants are being provided with an overview of NFPA Public Education resources, smoke alarm canvassing and installation tools,