THE VOICE OF THE FIRE SPRINKLER INDUSTRY

For over a century, the National Fire Sprinkler Association has been advocating for a stronger industry and a safer world by promoting fire sprinklers in model codes and legislation. Our mission is simple: “To protect lives and property from fire through the wide-spread acceptance of the fire sprinkler concept.”  

IN THE NEWS

From print to digital media and all the way up to mass marketing campaigns including live news features, the NFSA is the voice of the fire sprinkler industry.

UPCOMING EVENTS

The NFSA hosts events both virtually and at locations throughout the country, including chapter meetings, training, golf outings, and so much more!

MEMBERSHIP

Since 1905 we have served as the voice of the fire sprinkler industry. We pair expert knowledge and inclusive membership to offer your organization invaluable resources. Learn more about NFSA membership today.

FIRE SPRINKLERS

From homes to high rises, fire sprinklers are a proven and cost-effective means of protecting lives and property from the threat of fire. Fire sprinklers can suppress and often extinguish a fire before the fire department arrives, saving the lives of occupants and first responders. Sprinklers are an investment you’ll never regret.

WHAT OUR MEMBERS ARE SAYING

Expert of the Day

With decades of experience, our team at NFSA is on-call to answer your codes and standards questions. From risers and pumps to hangings and bracing, we have the answers you need. 

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Learning

NFSA is the premier resource for quality education in the fire industry. We offer licensure recertification accreditation and NICET credits. We are also an ICC Preferred Provider.

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Networking

The NFSA has a local presence across the country. NFSA areas and chapters lead the way on grassroots initiatives when it comes to state legislation, licensing, and much more. 

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Legislation

Protecting and advancing the industry is the NFSA’s goal. This is why our team is constantly on Capitol Hill advocating not only for more legislation requiring sprinklers, but for tax resources that help small business owners and homeowners protect their investments. 

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