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NFPANational Fire Protection Association
NFPANational Fluid Power Association
NFPANational Federation of Paralegal Associations (Edmonds, WA)
NFPANational Food Processors Association
NFPANational Forest Products Association (Washington, DC)
NFPANational Foster Parent Association (Gig Harbor, WA)
NFPANational Forest Protection Alliance
NFPANational Fire Protection Act
NFPANational Flight Paramedics Association
NFPANorthwest Food Processors Association (also seen as NWFPA)
NFPANorth Fraser Port Authority (Richmond, British Columbia, Canada)
NFPANorthern Forest Products Association
NFPANational Forest Priority Areas
NFPANepal Film Producers Association (Nepal)
NFPANon-Functioning Pituitary Adenoma
NFPANortheast Florida Paralegal Association (also seen as NEFPA)
NFPANorth Fork Preservation Alliance (Sundance, UT)
NFPANo Further Police Action (UK)
NFPANational Fitness Professionals Association (Bethany, OK)
NFPANational Family Planning Association (various countries)
NFPANorth Florida Procurement Association (Jacksonville, FL)
NFPANorth Fork Preservation Association (Columbia Falls, MT)
NFPANordic Financial Planning Association (Denmark)
NFPANevis Family Planning Association
NFPANational Food Products Association (Washington, DC)
NFPANational Film Preservation Act of 1988
NFPANo Further Particulars Available
NFPANon-Fuel Power Adjustment
NFPANatal Fire Protection Association (South Africa)
NFPANepal Federation of Pankration Athlima
NFPANational Federation of Pensioners Association (Ireland)
NFPANational Fudge Producers Association
NFPANatural Family Planning of the Alleghenies (Altoona, PA)
NFPANegative Flight Path Angle
NFPANon-Fossil Purchase Agency Limited (UK)
NFPANot-For-Profit Administration
NFPANational Flaxseed Processors Association
NFPANo Fixed-Point Automorphism
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In addition, participants will review 5-year requirements in NFPA 25 for other aspects of the fire sprinkler system such as gauges, sprinklers, water supply flow testing, tanks, alarm/pre-action/deluge check valves, strainers/filters/orifices, and pressure reducing valves.
* NFPA 654, the Standard for the Prevention of Fire and Dust Explosions from the Manufacturing, Processing, and Handling of Combustible Particulate Solids, is an all-encompassing standard on how to design a safe dust collection system,
For the assembly in Figure 5 to be able to pass the NFPA 285 test, the cladding and the rest of the assembly (note that it is an assembly test) would have to limit its fire-spread vertically and horizontally to no more than a few feet during the duration of the test.
He also expressed his thanks and appreciation to NFPA for responding to the UAE's invitation to host the seminar.
NFPA 1033 sets out numerous areas of specific requisite knowledge and skills which the investigator must possess to conduct the scene examination and documentation, evidence collection and preservation, to conduct interviews, perform post-incident investigation and more.
Chapter 16 of NFPA 2 describes special provisions for laboratory use of hydrogen in quantities greater than 75 standard cubic feet (scf).
* NFPA 655: Standard for Prevention of Sulfur Fires and Explosions, Current Edition: 2012
The NFPA suggests every family have two meeting spots outside the home, a primary spot and a secondary spot, in case one meeting space cannot be reached.
Every year, fire departments in the United States respond to more than 350,000 home fires, resulting in at least 2,500 deaths and more than 12,000 injuries--many of which could have been prevented with fire safety education, according to the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA).
Some of these codes include the National Fire protection Association (NFPA) Standards, British Standards (BS), Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Code of Practice and the International Code Council publications such as the International Building Codes (IBC).