The US Fire Administration has compiled a study of nonresidential building fires in the United States from 2014 to 2016. The report includes data detailing information such as the causes of fires, time of fires, fire spread, and fatalities. There are lessons to be learned about nonresidential fires that should…

Volunteer Fire Fighter Dies in a Floor Collapse While Working…

On April 12, 2015, a South Dakota firefighter lost their life in a residential structure fire. The first firefighters arrived…

The Fire Attack Study

Underwriter Laboratories (UL) Firefighter Safety Research Institute (FSRI) completed a series of experiments adding to their wealth of information to…

Two Fire Fighters Die and Two Fire Fighters are Injured…

On October 12, 2015, two Kansas City firefighters lost their lives in a structural collapse at a three-story commercial building…

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The Research section is a collection of structural, wildland, and vehicle fire related research from around the world. Topics include fire behavior, tactical considerations such as ventilation and suppression, building construction, personal protective equipment, fire protective systems, and human behavior.

Each project contains a link to the full research documentation, applications, and discussions about the project. The intent is to share information and foster discussion in order to advance and promote more effective and safer fire operations around the world.

The Investigations section is a collection of firefighter injury and fatality investigations from structural, wildland, and training incidents. These investigations, used in conjunction with the research, should be used to learn from tragedy in an effort to avoid similar losses in the future.

The Organizations section is a list of organizations from around the world that have generated the valuable fire related research. Along with a short description of each organization is contact information and a link to the organization’s website.