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With the latest technology and regulations shaping its future, the help of organizations like the National Fire Protection Association and the advancements in technology, the fire and safety industry can continue to grow and reduce the number of accidents and deaths caused by fire. For instance, fire safety professionals are now specializing in niche areas like wildfire management, fire alarm systems, and emergency response. These professionals need to keep up with the latest advancements in the field so they can provide the best services to their clients.

The National Fire Protection Association is a global self-funded nonprofit organization, devoted to eliminating death, injury, property and economic loss due to fire, electrical and related hazards. Founded in 1896, NFPA has been developing and publishing standards, codes, and guidelines in fire safety, electrical safety, and other related fields. NFPA collaborates with various stakeholders such as manufacturers, contractors, industry associations, and fire protection professionals to ensure that its standards and codes are relevant and up to date.

In the digital era, digitizing fire safety information has become essential. The use of technological tools such as tablets, mobile apps, and cloud-based systems have contributed to enhancing fire safety practices. Digitizing fire safety information allows for the easy tracking of changes in regulations and standards, sharing of information, and reducing the time taken to process data. Additionally, it allows for remote inspections, eliminating the need for face-to-face contact, and reducing travel time and cost.

Digitization can also aid in developing fire safety preparedness plans. By having access to digital information, fire professionals can easily create evacuation plans, develop training systems and drills, and record safety procedures. Digitization can also ensure consistency in the safety practices of buildings. In times of emergency, digital information can be accessed quickly, providing an accurate evaluation of the situation.


The NFPA Conference & Expo® 2023 is just around the corner!

Visit our booth #1160 to explore PlanRadar’s digital fire safety and protection app in Las Vegas from June 19th to 21st and find the perfect fire safety platform for your facility’s needs.