New edition of NFPA’s Fire Sprinkler Initiative newsletter underscores safety advocates rallying against anti-sprinkler legislation

By Fred Durso, Jr. In the latest edition of our Fire Sprinkler Initiative newsletter, read about a new push from some of Maryland’s biggest names in fire safety (and a few new ones) to fight anti-sprinkler legislation there. There are also stories on: FEMA announcing that it will sprinkler its temporary housing for disaster survivors NFPA once again offering sprinkler advocates the chance to secure up to $10,000 why the fire service should unify its support for home fire sprinklers If you haven’t done so already, please subscribe to this newsletter to stay up to date on all sprinkler news. Feel free to share…

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