NFPA releases fact sheet summarizing key points within new Fire Safety in the U.S. Since 1980 research report; resource is designed for easy viewing and sharing

QUINCY, Mass. – The National Fire Protection Association released a new fact sheet, Wednesday, Oct. 27, highlighting some of the key takeaways in “Fire in the United States Since 1980, Through the Lens of the NFPA Fire & Life Safety Ecosystem,” a seminal research report that was released earlier in 2021. The new at-a-glance resource conveys key insights from the 63-page report so that fire and life safety professionals can quickly see the progress that has been made over the decades since the America Burning report was published; address persistent challenges that remain; and use the new visual aid to spur discussions about the most pressing fire issues of today. The two-sided fact sheet is broken into five areas of focus: success factors such as smoke alarms, standard
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