The origins of Emergency Exits & Panic Hardware devices are directly tied to an event which occurred in Chicago on December 30, 1903.
How Can We Make Buildings More Resistant to Fires? Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) worked with the National Research Council Canada and the Fire Protection Research Foundation to test the performance of a building material called cross-laminated timber. Over the course of eight weeks at NIST’s National Fire Research Laboratory, […]
Fire Alarm Training Courses from the FIA These fire alarm training courses lead to a nationally recognised qualification in fire detection and alarm design, installation, maintenance, and/or commissioning. If you’re looking for a fire alarm training course, then the FIA AO Qualifications in fire detection and alarm may be right for you. As the largest […]
Fire Safety Challenges of Tall Wood Buildings Webinar This is a highlight clip from Fire Safety Challenges of Tall Wood Buildings Webinar that was hosted by the NFPA at the NFPA Conference & Expo held in Las Vegas June 2018. The full webinar can be viewed on the NFPA website.