NASFM Message


NASFM has been examining school security issues with the goal of developing a guidance document for use by State Fire Marshals, other fire officials as well as school leadership and law enforcement.  It’s an effort that will expand to include a larger group of stakeholders working cooperatively to identify options and practices that will help keep our children safe in schools from intruders, while not ignoring the codes and standards that have been adopted and are in effect to protect from the hazard of fire and natural emergencies.  Our initial piece will be a two-three page guidance document that cites existing IFC and/or NFPA 101/1 code provisions and was developed using industry expertise and members of the NASFM Board and Model Codes Committee.  Stay tuned for this document to arrive soon.         

 

 


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NASFM Unveils New Training Program on LNG in Transportation

On March 31, 2015 the National Association of State Fire Marshals (NASFM) deployed a new program to its training site (http://nasfm-training.org) which complements its Pipeline Emergencies program.  Liquefied Natural Gas or LNG 101 is an awareness level program for LNG in transportation and at fueling stations. 

NASFM Classroom Door Security  

NASFM has released a document to provide guidance on the important issue of fire code requirements and classroom security.  Click here for the document.


Member Survey

NASFM is conducting its 2nd Annual State Fire Marshals Duties and Responsibilities survey.  We have asked each State Fire Marshal’s Office to complete the survey and return it to us for compilation and dissemination.

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Youth across the country are taking a stand against America’s #1 disaster threat: home fires. 

Upcoming Events



NASFM Supports Arson Awareness Week

2015 Arson Awareness Week:  
Accelerant Detection Canines - Sniffing Out Arson
May 3 - 9, 2015
USFA (Unites States Fire Administratin) and its partners will use the week of May 3rd to focus on the value and contributions accelerant detection canines make to fire departments, law enforcement agencies and their communities.
For more inforation, click here to visit the USFA website.
Click here for a printable poster.


May is Building Safety Month

Founded by the International Code Council (ICC), Building Safety Month (BSM) is celebrated by jurisdictions worldwide during the month of May.
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International Fire/EMS Safety and Health Week

Creating a Culture of Safety
June 14-20, 2015
Click here for more information.
Click here for a printable flyer.  

   
 

2015 NASFM Annual Conference
July 27 - 29
Nashville, TN
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