NFPA President Jim Pauley rallies safety advocates at NFPA sprinkler summit

By Fred Durso, Jr. Sprinkler advocates from across the U.S. and Canada received a motivational jolt this week during NFPA’s Fire Sprinkler Initiative Summit in Raleigh, North Carolina. Addressing the crowd of more than 60 attendees, NFPA President Jim Pauley underscored grassroots efforts occurring in North America that spotlight the importance of home fire sprinklers and how this work is creating a wave of support for sprinkler requirements in new homes. “NFPA knows it can’t be everywhere,” Pauley told attendees, some of them members of the 21 state sprinkler coalitions that have formed over the years. “We know the work gets done by people

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