Campus Fire Safety Bill Gets New Push

Seventeen years after a dormitory fire killed three students at Seton Hall University, New Jersey legislators are renewing their push to improve fire safety at colleges and universities nationwide. The bill, backed by U.S. Reps. Bill Pascrell Jr. and Donald Payne Jr. and U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez, would create a competitive grant program that would […]

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Metal Fire Sprinkler System Corrosion Drawing More Attention

The problem of corrosion in metal fire sprinkler systems is drawing more attention, as evidenced by the popularity of the subject at industry events. Corrosion was the subject of three presentations at Fire Sprinkler International 2016 (FSI) in Munich in April and two seminars at the American Fire Sprinkler Association Convention & Exhibition (AFSA) in […]

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New York State Stresses Campus Fire Safety

New York State Stresses Campus Fire Safety Students aren’t the only ones returning to campuses in New York State this fall. Safety officials are visiting to conduct inspections and educate school officials and students about fire safety. In the last year, the state Office of Fire Prevention and Control has conducted nearly 24,000 inspections at […]

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