WHAT DOES A FIRE SURVIVOR REALLY WANT?
Fire fatalities and injuries still occur for existing non-sprinklered multi-family buildings in Texas. After a fire, many times the rebuild does not include fire sprinklers as existing building codes for rebuilding are unclear and ambiguous where the threshold lies for “bringing it up to code”.Read More
Fire Sprinkler Licensing – EZ Button or Not?
NFSA South Central Region hosted NICET, NFSA Training, and the Texas State Fire Marshal in a live discussion of Fire Sprinkler Licensing & Certification in Texas on June 17,2020.Read More
Houston Metroplex Fire Marshals Protect Their Theaters!
Theater Fires have a long and deadly history in the USA. The Iroquois Theater Fire occurred on December 30, 1903, in Chicago, Illinois. It is the deadliest theater fire and the deadliest single-building fire in United States history. A total of 602 people died as a result of the fire. The theater had three audience levels.Read More