Fire & safety associations and directories
Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting Working Group
The Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting Working Group
(ARFFWG) is a non-profit international organization dedicated to the sharing of Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
(ARFF) information between airport
firefighters, municipal fire
departments, and all others concerned with aircraft fire
fighting. Over 1000 active members in 32
Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation
The AARBF is a nonprofit organization dedicated to burn prevention education and support services to burn-injured children and
adults. The AARBF is a living memorial to eight-year-old Alisa Ann who was fatally burned in a backyard barbecue
accident. Her family and supporters from the community created the AARBF in the hopes that this type of accident would never happen
again. Since 1971, the AARBF has worked in partnership with firefighters,
educators, and burn care professionals to develop innovative programs and
The Alliance for Consumer Fire Safety in Europe
The mission of the Alliance for Consumer Fire-Safety in Europe (ACFSE) is to reduce those numbers by bringing together parties that are dedicated to the goal of preventing
accidents, injury and death resulting from fire.
American Fire Sprinkler Association
The American Fire Sprinkler Association, (AFSA) is a non-profit, international association representing open shop fire sprinkler contractors, dedicated to the educational advancement of its members and promotion of the use of automatic fire sprinkler systems. This site contains consumer fire sprinkler information, listserv, and other information.
American Red Cross
This site offers safety guides, local Red Cross offices, a bulletin board, and other information.
American Wood Council
AWC is the wood products division of the American Forest & Paper Association. AWC's mission is to increase the use of wood by assuring the broad regulatory acceptance of wood products, developing design tools and guidelines for wood construction, and influencing the development of public policies affecting the use of wood products.
Asociación Mexicana de Higiene y Seguridad, A.C.
Australasian Fire Authorities Council
The Australian Fire Authorities Council (AFAC) was established on the 1st July 1993. The creation of AFAC can be seen as a result of the sense of vision of the leaders of the Australian fire
services, who recognized that a single body was required to co-ordinate the diverse range of activities in which the services are
involved. To reflect the membership of the New Zealand Fire Service, AFAC became known as the Australasian Fire Authorities Council early in 1996.
Automatic Fire Alarm Association
The Automatic Fire Alarm Association was formed in 1953 and is the only national trade association exclusively dedicated to representing the automatic fire detection and fire alarm systems
industry. The membership is made up of all segments of industry (manufactures,
distributors, state/regional associations, users, AHJ's engineers, etc.)
Building Research Establishment
The Building Research Establishment (BRE) is the UK's leading independent source of advice and information on building performance, construction, and the prevention and control of fire.
CSIRO, Div. of Building Construction and Engineering
The Division of Building Construction and Engineering conducts research and provides consulting and testing to support, advance and help foster innovation in the Building, Engineering and Construction industries.
Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs
CAFC is an independent, voluntary membership, non-profit organization. CAFC was incorporated in 1965 under The Canadian Corporations Act and has its Head Office in Ottawa, Canada's capital. Membership in CAFC totals more than 1,380 individuals. Members are drawn from fire departments, business and industry, health care facilities, federal and local government, education facilities, fire equipment manufacturers and distributors, and other fields.
Canadian Standards Association
CSA International is an independent, not-for-profit organization supported by more than 8,000 members Established in 1919, CSA International is a leader in the field of standards development and the application of these standards through product certification, management systems registration, and information products.
Code Enforcement Association of Texas (CEAT)
C.E.A.T. was formed to study and advance the science and practice of code enforcement through certification to further the interests of the profession to promote fellowship and understanding among its
members; without regard to race, creed, color, and national origin, or sex.
Congressional Fire Services Institute
Established in 1989 as a non-profit, non-partisan organization, CFSI is designed to educate members of Congress (House of Representatives and the Senate) on issues that make a difference for the emergency services. Members of Congress often turn to CFSI for its expertise that incorporates a blend of fire service and Capitol Hill experience. Because of its non-partisan nature, CFSI is a proven source for accurate and objective information on fire service issues.
Crowd Management Strategies
This site is contains the latest worldwide information on rock concert and festival crowd safety challenges, including a The Rock Safety DatabaseTM, The Rock Concert Safety Survey(tm) Report, and the Who Concert Tragedy Report (December 3, 1979).
An International Fire Fighting Network founded in Paris in 1900 to encourage and promote cooperation among firefighters and other experts in fire and rescue throughout the world. CTIF has more than 40 member countries and 20 associate
members. International fire brigades competitions are organized by CTIF every four years and are attended by more than 3,000 firefighters and members of youth fire brigades from around the world. CTIF offers a firefighting dictionary in three languages (English,
German, French), which is available on its Web site.
Fire Department Safety Officers Association
FDSOA was established in 1989. Its mission is to promote safety standards and practices in the fire, rescue, and emergency services community.
A national fire safety education and prevention center specializing in juvenile firesetting intervention.
The Fire Protection Association Australia
Contains information on its structure and membership activities.
FireSafe: Fire and Safety Resource Directory
FireSafe is the home page/resource directory for Safety Information. Fire, Police and Marine Safety/Lifeguard agencies are included along with community safety information.
H.E.L.P.U. Fire/Life Safety Advocacy & Consulting
The goal of this organization is to help guide and inform the non-disabled and disabled communities as to the many agencies available to help bridge the gap and join the two communities.
Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC)
The Independent Electrical Contractors is a national trade association for merit shop electrical and systems
Institute for Research in Construction (Canada)
The Institute for Research in Construction is an integral part of the National Research Council (NRC), Canada's premier science and technology agency. NRC's principal role is as a centre of innovation, aligning its strengths in science and engineering to address the pressing technology needs of Canada's wealth-generating industries.
International Association of Arson Investigators
This site offers information on fire and arson investigation. It has links to many other investigations sites.
International Association of Electrical Inspectors
The association brings together inspectors, utilities, insurance groups, dealers, contractors, electricians, manufacturers, and testing laboratories to promote safe installation and use of electrical systems and products.
International Association of Fire Chiefs
This site contains general information on all sections of the IAFC, including information on how to join the ICHIEFS bulletin board.
International Association of Fire Fighters
This site offers legislative news, political action, regulatory updates, calendar, and other information for fire fighters.
International Association for Fire Safety Science
The Association was founded with the primary objective of encouraging research into the science of preventing and mitigating the adverse effects of fires and of providing a forum for presenting the results of such research. This site contains information on IAFSS meetings, membership, and their newsletter.
International Fire Buyer
The International Fire Buyers Guide World Wide Web site - the definitive guide for international purchasers of fire products and services.
International Foundation for Cultural Property Protection
The 501(c)(3) non-profit trade association serving those professionals that are responsible for the safety & security of cultural, public, and educational
institutions. IFCPP provides an opportunity to further professional
development, access timely training, gain insight and information about technology and industry
advancements, network with peers, promote the sharing of resources, and enhance ethical
International Municipal Signal Association
The Association's objective through education and certification is to improve the efficiency, installation, construction, and maintenance of public safety equipment and systems by providing information to its membership on traffic signals, fire and police alarms, radio communications, signs and markings, roadway lighting, and other related systems.
The International Society of Fire Service Instructors
The International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI) is renowned for the training and educational programs provided for instructors and training personnel in the fire and emergency response community. The Society assists in developing the educational and training skills that are critical to the fire, life safety, and emergency response community.
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
The JCAHO accredits nearly 18,000 health care organizations and programs, including hospitals, health care plans and providers, home care organizations, nursing homes and other long term care facilities, behavioral care such as mental health and chemical dependency, ambulatory care, and clinical laboratories. The heart of the site is Quality Check, their searchable Directory of Accredited Organizations. A search returns basic information, address, phone, accreditation rating and full performance report, if available. There is also an excellent annotated collection of links to health care Web sites, information about selecting a health care organization, and registering complaints about accredited facilities.
National Association of Fire Equipment Distributors
This site offers many networked web pages, fire-related listservs, and many other up-to-date references.
National Association of State Fire Marshals
This site offers information on conferences, members, committees, activities, and a host of other information for the state fire marshal.
National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association
This site offers consumer information on how to buy fire alarm systems and tips on home security, member companies by state, false alarm prevention, and other information.
National Fire Sprinkler Association
NFSA's mission is to create a market for the widespread acceptance of competently installed automatic fire sprinkler systems in both new and existing construction, from homes to high-rise. This site contains sprinkler information, seminars and events, an "engineering corner," labor negotiations, fire-related sites, and more.
National Safe Kids Campaign
The National SAFE KIDS Campaign is the first and only national organization dedicated solely to the prevention of unintentional childhood injury-the number one killer of children ages 14 and under. Find information on National SAFE KIDS Week, State and LocalCoalitions, Fact Sheets, Family Safety Check List.
The National Safety Council
This site contains information about the Council , Library Resources, Research & Statistics information, Training Resources, and much information on special subject areas is highlighted.
National Volunteer Fire Council
Here you can learn more about the volunteer fire service and information regarding membership, training, legislation, and organizational activities.
Operation Life Saver
Operation Lifesaver is a nationwide, non-profit public information program dedicated to eliminating collisions, injuries and fatalities at highway-rail grade crossings and on railroad rights-of-way.
Residential Fire Safety Institute
The site contains several pages of residential fire safety information for consumers, and focuses on residential sprinklers and smoke alarms. At this same site, readers can access information on http://www.firesafehome.org/hotelfiresafety.htm hotel fire safety. It is designed for both consumers and people who plan business meetings and conferences.
Society of Fire Protection Engineers
Here you can learn about the SFPE, its publications, conferences, symposia, grants, chapter information, educational events, etc.
SOS FIRES: Youth Intervention Programs
The mission of this non-profit organization is to prevent youth fire tragedy through education, intervention, and mental health support. Facilitates the exchange of information on the topic of youth firesetting so professionals in all disciplines can better equip themselves to address youth firesetting. There is an interactive message center that allows you to share your experiences or problems so others may offer solutions.
Standards Engineering Society (SES)
SES is a non-profit, technical association dedicated to furthering the knowledge and use of standards and standardization. SES is unique in that it is the only organization in North America committed exclusively to the furthering public awareness and knowledge of standards and standardization. SES provides a neutral forum where standards users and developers can come together to address mutual issues, opportunities, and interests in ways that work to the benefit of everyone involved with, or affected by, standards.
Women Chief Fire Officers
The Women Chief Fire Officers organization provides a proactive network that
supports, mentors, and educates current and future women chief fire officers. WCFO envisions a fire and rescue service that reflects the advancement of women
everywhere; where individuals are valued as leaders because of their knowledge,
skills, and abilities.
Building code groups
Comprehensive Consensus Codes™ (C3™)
The C3 set encompasses building codes from consensus-based code development organizations. These include codes and standards from the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO), and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Among the codes in the set are Uniform Plumbing Code™ and Uniform Mechanical Code™ from
IAPMO; NFPA 900, Building Energy Code, incorporating ASHRAE standards 90.1 and 90.2; NFPA 5000™, Building Construction and Safety Code™; NFPA 70, National Electrical Code®; NFPA 101, Life Safety Code®; NFPA 1, Uniform Fire Code™; and
Association Française de Normalisation
AFNOR publishes the French standards or Normes Francaises, including the Code de la Construction et de l'Habitation.
American Society for Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers
ASHRAE is an advisor to persons appointed to represent the United States in the development of international heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration, and solar energy standards. In this activity, ASHRAE is the Administrator designated by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to oversee three U.S. Technical Advisory Committees on refrigeration and air conditioning, solar energy, and building environment design. ASHRAE 90.1: Energy Efficient Design of New Buildings except Low-rise Residential Buildings and ASHRAE 90.2: Energy Efficient Design for Low-rise Residential Buildings are being incorporated into the Comprehensive Consensus Codes (C3) set through NFPA 900, Building Energy Code.
Australian Building Code Board
The ABCB was established 1994 to develop the performance-based Building Code of Australia (BCA) on behalf of the Commonwealth, State and Territorial governments. It works with Standards Australia, a standards making body, to enhance consistency between the BCA and the Australian Standards referenced in the ABC.
Building Officials and Code Administrators International
Founded in 1915, BOCA is a nonprofit organization that has published codes, including the BOCA National Building Code
(also known as the BOCA Basic National Building Code and the Basic Building Code) from 1950 to 1999. BOCA codes are superceded by the International Code Council
(ICC) codes. BOCA merged into the ICC effective February 2003.
Building Regulations for England, Wales, and Scotland that can be purchased through Her Majesty's Stationery Office.
Dansk Standard = Danish Standards Association
The Danish Standards Association is Denmark's national standardization body. It develops codes of practice for the structural use of aluminum, composite structures, concrete, masonry, steel, and timber and other documents relating to building construction.
European Committee for Standardization (CEN)
CEN Technical Committee 250: Structural Eurocodeswas established in 1990 to develop the Eurocodes, common structural rules for the design of buildings and civil engineering
structures. They are issued first as 62 European Prestandards numbered ENV and then as European Standards numbered EN. Other CEN technical committees on constructionmay be of interest.
International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials
Founded in 1926, IAPMO sponsors and maintains the Uniform Plumbing Code, produced since 1945, and sponsors the Uniform Mechanical Code. Beginning with the 2003 edition, the Uniform Plumbing Code™ and Uniform Mechanical Code™ are a part of the first fully
integrated, ANSI-accredited, consensus-based code set known as the Comprehensive Consensus Codes(C3).
International Conference of Building Officials
Founded in 1922 as the Pacific Coast Building Officials Conference, ICBO has published the Uniform Building Code (between 1927 and 1997) and other related documents. ICBO codes have been superceded by the International Code Council (ICC) codes. ICBO has merged into the ICC effective February 2003.
International Code Council
ICC was established in 1994 as a nonprofit organization to develop a set of model construction codes that encompass the codes developed by its founding organizations, Building Officials and Code Administrators International (BOCA), the International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO), and the Southern Building Code Congress International (SBCCI). Among the ICC set is the International Building Code.
National Building Code of Canada
The NBC applies to the construction of buildings, including extensions, substantial alterations, buildings undergoing a change of occupancy, and upgrading of buildings to remove an unacceptable hazard. It is prepared by the Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes and is published by the National Research Council of Canada.
National Fire Protection Association
Founded in 1896, NFPA is a producer of codes and standards relating to life and building safety, including NFPA 5000™, Building Construction and Safety Code™, and NFPA 70, National Electrical Code®. NFPA codes and standards are developed through a consensus-based process that is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). NFPA 5000, NFPA 70, and other NFPA codes are a part of the Comprehensive Consensus Codes(C3) set.
Plumbing, Heating, Cooling Contractors Association
PHCCA is the secretariat and publisher of the National Standards Plumbing Code developed through a consensus-based process with oversight provided by the National Standard Plumbing Code Committee since 1970.
Southern Building Code Congress International
Founded in 1940, SBCCI was formed to develop and maintain a set of model building codes known as the Standard Building Codes©. Since 2000, the SBCCI code has been superceded by the International Code Council (ICC) codes. SBCCI merged into the ICC effective February 2003.
SNIP: Russian National Standards
Available online for free in English is the 1998 Russian National Fire Safety Code http://www.snip.com/codes/firesafety/. Over 200 building codes are administered by the State Committee for Construction (Gosstroy).
Western Fire Chiefs Association
A division of the International Association of Fire Chiefs, WFCA is a Comprehensive Consensus Codes(C3) partner. WFCA educates fire service personnel in 10 western states (Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii,
Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington) about national issues including building code
ASTM International Directory of Testing Laboratories
The ASTM International Directory of Laboratories is an on-line full text search for services and locations of testing
FM Approvals (formerly known as Factory Mutual Research) is a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) that Approves and certifies property loss prevention products and services that meet its rigorous standards.
Intertek TestingServices/ETL Testing Laboratories, Performance Division
The Performance Division specializes in testing and/or administration for third-party certification programs. The Performance Division also provides independent verification of product performance claims.
Loss Prevention Council
National Association of Rocketry
Consumer Rocket Motors
Omega Point Laboratories
Provides testing for compliance with federal, state or local fire codes, or want a custom testing program to research and develop innovative materials and systems
SP, the Swedish National Testing and Research Institute
SP is accredited for certification of products. This covers a wide range of including both those for which certification is mandatory (for which SP therefore be a Notified Body) and those for which certification is voluntary.
Texas International, Inc. is a multidisciplinary corporate environment providing research and development, evaluation, and testing services to scientific and industrial communities within both the government and private sectors.
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) is an independent, not-for-profit product safety testing and certification organization. We have tested products for public safety for more than a century.
Underwriters Laboratories of Canada
A Canadian safety, certification, testing, quality registration and standards development
American Iron & Steel Institutes
AISI's overall mission centers around common goals and a clear vision for the future: to provide
high-quality, value-added products to a wide array of customers; to lead the world in innovation and technology in the production of steel; to produce steel in a safe and environmentally friendly
manner; and to increase the market for North American Steel in both traditional and innovative
American Institute of Architects
Through education, government advocacy, community redevelopment, and public outreach activities, the AIA works toward a public environment that is responsive to the people it serves while representing the professional interests of America's architects.
American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, & Air Conditioning Engineers
ASHRAE, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers is an international organization of 50,000 persons with chapters throughout the world. The Society is organized for the sole purpose of advancing the arts and sciences of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration for the public's benefit through research, standards writing, continuing education and publications.
Building Owners & Managers Association (BOMA)
BOMA provides a network forum for industry professionals to discuss mutual
problems, exchange ideas and share experience and knowledge.
The Electronic Blue Book of Building and Construction
The Electronic Blue Book provides online access to continually updated construction industry information. Search The Electronic Blue Book and find more than 600,000 listings and 40,000 advertisements - with company profiles for more detailed information.
The Gypsum Association is a not-for-profit trade association established in 1930. The Association provides technical information and assistance to the construction industry and code enforcement community regarding gypsum board.
National Electrical Contractors Association
NECA is an organization that works, day-in and day-out, for the betterment of its members, electrical contractors in general and the construction industry as a whole.
National Paint & Coating Association
NPCA is the preeminent organization representing the paint and coatings industry in the United
States. A voluntary, nonprofit trade NPCA represents some 400 paint and coatings
manufacturers, raw suppliers and distributors.
The New England Laborers' Health & Safety Fund
NELHSF is a non-profit organization and a fund of the
Laborers' International Union of North America (LIUNA), supports members throughout the New England area. Through education and outreach
efforts, the NELHSF educates members about up-to-date health and safety issues which can be applied to their jobs and their
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Asian Disaster Preparedness Center
As the lead regional center committed to the protection of life, property and the environment, the center assists Asian and Pacific communities in developing their capabilities and policies through training, information and technical assistance to mitigate the impact of disasters.
The Cape Metropolitan Council, Protection, Health and Trading Services Directorate, Protection Services Department, Capetown, South Africa
Central Florida Emergency Services Institute
A regional training facility for emergency services personnel in Central Florida.
This site is dedicated to the cooperation and support of all emergency services working together though mutual aid in cyberspace.
The National Safety Council's Crossroads Web
The National Safety Council's Crossroads Web site is an information-rich site designed specifically for the
safety, health and environmental professional. It includes a dedicated
safety, health and environmental search engine along with data on injury
statistics, hazardous chemicals, regulatory compliance, emergency response and workplace
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This web site provide fire departments with a platform to share information with the community they serve.
Fire and EMS Information Network
This is a comprehensive site that includes a listing by state or country of fire departments with web sites, memorials, chat rooms, message board, etc.
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The Great Chicago Fire and the Web of Memory, an online exhibition produced by the Chicago Historical Society and Academic Technologies of Northwestern University to mark the 125th anniversary of one of the most famous events in American history, as well as the most formative event in the history of Chicago
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