The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition (HFSC) are accepting nominations for their Bringing Safety Home Award, which recognizes outstanding efforts by a safety advocate who diligently promotes the importance of home fire sprinklers. The
Now 60 U.S. Fire Departments Will Receive $500 For Local Home Fire Sprinkler Education The deadline to apply is March 6, 2020. Stipends can be used to build or refurbish a side-by-side burn demonstration The Home Fire Sprinkler
The deadline to apply is March 6, 2020. As part of its ongoing nonprofit safety education mission, the Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition (HFSC) is inviting all U.S. fire departments to apply for new stipend awards that will increase local
HFSC’s signature home fire timeline that illustrates how fast a fire grows compared to how quickly a fire sprinkler prevents a fire from becoming deadly is now available as an animated graphic. Using vivid graphics and sound effects, the new
HFSC developed a new home fire timeline to show growth of a fire with and without fire sprinklers. During the first 90 seconds after the fire starts, the smoke alarm activates and heat from the fire activates the sprinkler.
HFSC founding members with HFSC spokesperson and home improvement expert Ron Hazelton after a fire sprinkler demo at the NFPA convention in Las Vegas. (Left to right) Ron Hazelton; HFSC Communications Manager Peg Paul; Frank Mortl, AFSA; Steve Muncy,