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Structural Fire Safety

The NPS structural fire program strives to achieve the highest standards of safety and professionalism for our employees, cooperators and visitors. It is our mission to to keep visitors, employees, dependents, buildings and cultural resources of the National Park Service safe from fire, life safety and related hazards.

Safety Resources

  • USFA Home Fire Safety
    This brochure was written to provide the information you need to decide what you must do to protect your family from fire.
  • USFA Home Fire Safety
    This page provides information and tips on protecting your family from fire.
  • Fire Safety for People with Disabilities
    This page includes a wide variety of resources including "Removing the Barriers: Fire Safety for People with Disabilities and their Caregivers;" "Special Populations Fire-Safe Checklist;" "Fire Safety for the Visually-Impaired;" "Fire Safety for the Hearing-Impaired;" "Fire Safety Programs for People with Autism and Special Needs" and more...
  • Ready.gov Home Fire Safety
    Learn about home fires, how to prevent them, and what to do before, during and after a fire.
  • NFPA Fire Prevention Week
    Fire Prevention Week is observed on the Sunday through Saturday period in which October 9 falls to keep the public informed about the importance of fire prevention.
  • The American Fire Sprinkler Association
    The AFSA promotes the development of educational and training programs to maintain the quality and effectiveness of automatic fire sprinklers.
  • National Fire Protection Association Codes and Standards
    NFPA develops, publishes, and disseminates more than 300 consensus codes and standards intended to minimize the possibility and effects of fire and other risks.
  • United States Fire Administration (USFA)
    The mission of the USFA is to reduce life and economic losses due to fire and related emergencies, through leadership, advocacy, coordination, and support.
  • Fire Investigation
    A resource for fire services, fire insurers, law enforcement and others whose duties involve arson investigation, fire investigation safety and fire scene training.
  • Firehero.org – National Fallen Firefighters Foundation
    The United States Congress created the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation to lead a nationwide effort to remember America’s fallen firefighters.
  • FIREWISE—The National Wildland / Urban Interface Fire Protection Program
    The website contains educational information for people who live or vacation in fire-prone areas of the United States. It was designed to acquaint people with the challenges of living with wildland fire.