NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE FIRE MARSHALS
A Strong United Voice for Fire Prevention
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NASFM Annual Conference
August 13-15, 2018
Park City, Utah
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Since 1994 the National Association of State Fire Marshals, through the Life Safety Achievement Award, has recognized both professional and volunteer fire departments for outstanding fire safety statistics and effective fire prevention programs during the preceding calendar year. Fire departments across the United States are eligible for the national Life Safety Achievement Award.
To qualify, fire departments must record zero fire deaths in residential structures or a 10 percent reduction of fire deaths during 2017. In addition, they must demonstrate a commitment to preventing residential fires in their local communities through effective fire prevention programs. The applicants must show evidence that the department’s fire prevention efforts increased over the previous year and made a positive impact.
If your department is interested in applying, please visit our Life Safety Achievement Award Page.
The 2017 Life Safety Achievement Award is sponsored by National Association of State Fire Marshals Fire Research & Education Fund, and Grinnell Mutual.
June 1st marks the start of the Atlantic Hurricane Season. Are you prepared? It's important to make a plan NOW to keep your family safe. Fire prevention and safety should be a key part of every household hurricane safety plan.
For more information on how to prepare, please click HERE to download more tips on storm preparations. Be safe!
Please note our new mailing address and forward all future correspondence to this address. Thank you!
National Association of State Fire Marshals
P.O. Box 948238
Maitland, FL 32794
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