• September 27, 2018
    If code officials know what responders face, they can address those concerns and work on future code language to improve conditions. If code officials communicate trends, responders can make informed decisions in the field. Communicating is key! read more
  • June 11, 2019
    Led by the NFF and supported by major labor unions and veterans’ organizations, we are asked to fly the Flag of the United States of America in a show of unity, democracy and civility on Flag Day. read more
  • June 9, 2019
    Every member of the fire service has a role in Community Risk Reduction. Don't exclude the other members of your department by simply changing the name of Fire Prevention to Community Risk Reduction. read more
  • June 9, 2019
    Know the four key inclusive behaviors that leaders need to embrace along with eight sustaining behaviors that will assist your organization to become more inclusive. read more
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FRI Research Symposium

August 6, 2019
Atlanta, GA
Presentations and one-on-one discussion of the latest fire-based research and how it can be applied at the local level to improve fire service effectiveness.
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