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The legislative process, free resources, and common myths addressed at NFPA home fire sprinkler summit

By Mike Hazell Stanley Briers of the Texas Plumbing, Air Conditioning, and Mechanical Contractors Association, and a member of the Texas Fire Sprinkler Coalition, spoke about his experience in navigating the legislative process. Fred Durso of NFPA and Peg Paul from the Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition spoke about the free sprinkler advocacy materials offered by the two organizations. John Pizzi, president of the Fire Prevention Association of Massachusetts, makes a point during a group discussion. Tim Travers, NFPA Residential Fire Sprinkler Specialist, addressed some of the common myths about home fire sprinklers, issues such as cost (the national average for installation in new

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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