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NFPA recently appointed Karen Berard-Reed as Senior Project Manager for NFPA’s Public Education Department. For her new role she will oversee and enhance NFPA’s high-risk outreach public education activities. These activities include focus on safety for youth, older adults, and impoverished communities. Earning her master’s degree in education and bachelor’s of science in health education from Rhode Island College, Berard-Reed brings a great deal of expertise to the Public Education Department. With 20 years of experience in the professional health education field including K-12 public school, higher education, and community settings, she will be a great asset to the growth... Continue reading
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NFPA recently appointed Sally Everett as Associate General Counsel for NFPA’s Legal Department. In her new position, Everett will be handling a broad range of legal matters and will be counseling staff on legal issues that will ultimately strengthen NFPA’s role as a leading advocate for fire and life safety Everett has earned her undergraduate degree from Connecticut College. She received her law degree from Boston University School of Law where she graduated cum lade and served as the editor of the Annual Review of Banking Law Journal. Having over twenty years of legal experience, she will be a great... Continue reading
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Patrick Mahoney who works with communities in states like Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Lousiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Tennessee, did a question and answer feature in our Firewise Summer “How To” Newsletter. During his work as a wildfire mitigation specialist in southwest Florida, Mahoney assisted small neighborhoods... Continue reading
Posted Jul 15, 2013 at Fire Break – Wildfire Safety Blog
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With the summer season in full gear, wildfires are spreading rapidly. Our feature about reaching into your Firewise Toolkit in the summer issue of the Firewise “How To” Newsletter focuses on prepping your home or summer residence. This article gives great tips on how to take certain precautions for preparation... Continue reading
Posted Jul 15, 2013 at Fire Break – Wildfire Safety Blog
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In the newest issue of the Firewise How To newsletter, we feature Shagbark, a private community nestled in the rolling foothills of the Smoky Mountains in Tennesse and their commitment as a Firewise community since February 2011. Shagbark has ten to fifteen wildfires a year which burn approximately over 1,300... Continue reading
Posted Jul 11, 2013 at Fire Break – Wildfire Safety Blog
When you think of the fourth of July, you think of a day that celebrates independence. Each year you create memories from this great occasion with family and friends. The Foy family from Pelham, New Hampshire was doing just that on July 3rd, 2012 when all of a sudden an explosion went through the air. In the clip below, they tell their story of how they were among the more than dozen people injured in this consumer fireworks incident. As New Hampshire’s Fire Marshal, J. William Degnan said, “go to the professional show.” It is not worth the risk of... Continue reading
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