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Stay up-to-date on the latest fire protection news, events, and new technologies. Our resources are the perfect reference if you’re looking to learn more about the industry and our impact.
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NFPA National Fire Protection Association
The NFPA is devoted to establishing fire protection codes and standards. It is an internationally recognized organization whose members support fire suppression technologies through advocacy, research, fire investigation, and data analysis.
(NICET) National Institute for Certification in engineering Technology
NICET’s certification programs rigorously test engineered systems designers, installers, inspectors, and repairers.
OSHA is the federal government’s agency that sets and enforces workers’ safety regulations.
(NAFED) National Association of Fire Equipment Distributors
NAFED certified members focus on improving safety knowledge by staying informed on effective fire prevention practices and their service equipment.
National Safety Council (NSC)
As an ally to OSHA, NSC brings workplace safety tools, data, and training to employers and workers, fostering a safety culture.
Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC)
ACHC is an international accreditation program for the health care industry which has stringent safety requirements for very good reasons.
Mining Safety & Health Administration (MSHA)
MSHA regulates safety in all mining activities, above and below ground, where fires are considerably more hazardous.