To ensure a relatively smooth operation in mission-critical facilities like data centers and 9-1-1 operations, exceeding the minimal requirements of the National Electrical Code is essential, says David Brender, the national program manager for...
Makeshift memorials such as this one are appearing near the site the Ghost Ship warehouse fire that claimed the lives of at least 36 people on Dec. 2, 2016 in Oakland, Calif. (Photo by Elijah Nouvelage/Getty Images)
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Contractors were working on the line “to restore system integrity” following a September gasoline leak.
Siemens technology and the Electrical Safety Foundation International’s proactive approach to fire safety help prevent fires in residential, commercial and industrial settings.
A new poll from the National Safety Council reveals that one-third of American workers are not prepared for an emergency, and that's not good news with Hurricane Matthew knocking on our door.
EHS Today has published more than 300 articles that examine the events and aftermath of 9/11. No other event has impacted this magazine – or our country – more. Fifteen years later, we still think about it, talk about it and feel the impact of it.
New construction materials are making firefighting more hazardous to the health and well being of first responders, as well as building tenants and homeowners.
ATF announces a $50,000 reward for information leading to arrests in the West, Texas tragedy.