Sometimes having a fresh set of eyes on the problem can be valuable. Jack Murphy tells of one "building recon" session in New Jersey and the hazards it uncovered.
NIST tests could lead to stronger building codes, improved design tools.
Alaska needs a comprehensive review effort to improve aviation safety because its aviation fatal and non fatal accident rates are far higher than the national average, the National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday.
Residents displaced when flames tore through a 1960s-era Los Angeles apartment tower ask why sprinklers weren't installed after a previous fire.
Rick Edinger discusses the state of hazmat standards from the NFPA.
How can we make the fire inspection process for businesses more effective and mitigate its punitive perception? Patrick Nicholson shares some thoughts.
Construction Fire Safety Coalition Administrator Raymond O’Brocki offers this indepth look at how strict adherance to fire codes protect fire service members and civilians alike on construction sites.
In this episode, host James Johnson is joined by fellow members of The Roof Perv group—Stephen Tyler, Bill Knight, and Robbie Fisher—for a question-and-answer session.
Raymond O'Brocki addresses some of the fire safety concerns raised by firefighters about tall mass timber buildings.