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Home Fire Sprinkler Week

Home Fire Sprinkler Week is an annual campaign that takes place in the United States during the third week of May. The campaign is aimed at raising awareness about the importance of residential fire sprinkler systems in preventing home fire fatalities and reducing property damage.   The National Fire Protection […]

May 8, 2023

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A High-Level Overview of Wet Fire Protection Codes & Standards

Fire protection is a crucial aspect of building safety, and it requires the implementation of various standards and codes to ensure that occupants and property are protected. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has developed several standards that are essential in ensuring that buildings are adequately protected from fires. In […]

April 26, 2023

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Common Voices

Fire is a hungry animal with a ferocious appetite that does not discriminate against what it consumes. Fire should be everyone’s fight. What we need is a group of passionate people that are determined to stand up to fire, and fight for a safer America. A coalition that serves as […]

March 20, 2023

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    After a successful Seminar and Trade Show in 2022, we are proud to announce plans for our April 20, 2023, Seminar and Trade Show. Attendees will have the opportunity to choose from 11 presentations and up to 5 sessions during the seminar, plus hearing from our Keynote Speaker, James […]

March 6, 2023

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E-Bikes & E-Scooters-Fire Threats from Battery Failures

On October 1, 1908, the first production automobile made available to middle class America was the model we all know today as the Model T Ford. Once Henry Ford made the Model T available its popularity took off in a hurry, and in such a short time, Ford had made […]

February 22, 2023

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Fire on the Steps of City Hall, Philadelphia

On Nov 10 2022 the NFSA Mid Atlantic Team in partnership with Councilman Squilla, Common Voices, and Fire Sprinkler Fitters Local Union 692, successfully did a fire sprinkler burn outside city hall in downtown Philadelphia. A HUGE thank you to all of our members that came out to support the […]

February 9, 2023

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Fire Prevention Considerations for the Elderly

Fire prevention is a topic we are all accustomed to hearing about at least a few times a year and especially if you have young ones still in school. Does fire prevention stop after grade school, high school, and college? Fire safety is an everyday necessity that should be on […]

January 25, 2023

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Anti-Freeze – Then and Now

Old man winter has settled in across the country for the next three months. With this change in season comes frigid temperatures and inclement weather. This drop in temperature creates obstacles for fire protection equipment, specifically, wet fire sprinklers in non-climate-controlled environments. In the past, wet systems in non-climate controlled […]

January 25, 2023

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A Deep Dive into the Christmas tree & Christmas tree Safety

The air is crisp and cold as a snowball, the wind is whipping the leaves across the lawn, the smell of burning wood in a fireplace is in the air. It’s November, it’s the holiday season! Families across the country are about to embark on the journey of preparing their […]

November 16, 2022

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October is Fire Prevention Month!

The month of October is fire prevention month every year. Towns and fire departments across the United States assemble and open the doors to the public for an educational outing on fire safety. Most fire departments will put on a static display of all their tools, equipment, trucks, and gear […]

November 16, 2022

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