We wanted to share some news with you today, to make sure you are able to stay up to date on all of your first responder news from NFPA and Public Fire Protection Division. The blog you are reading now will be shut down in the next few weeks, and moved over to our NFPA Today blog. Here are the answers to some of the questions you may to some of the questions you may have:
- Where will I go to find information on first responders and Public Fire Protection standards now that this blog is shutting down? If you visit nfpatoday.blog.nfpa.org (the URL for our NFPA Today blog), you can bookmark or save that page for future reference. You will see posts from our team here regularly.
- What if I don't want to read blog posts on other topics that I am not interested in, if all of the blog posts are in the same place? If you want to limit some of the other information being posted about, and only want to see blogs about the fire service, codes & standards or a specific topic, scroll down the right hand column of the blog, and look for a heading called 'Categories'. (See image to the right) Here, you will see categories, or clickable links, for for each of the topics mentioned above, as well as many others. Clicking on any of these words will bring up a filtered listing with only those blog posts that are applicable to these categories.
- Can I still read past content from the Today's Responder blog? Yes! All of the past posts from the previous few years that had appeared on the Today's Responder blog, now appear on the NFPA Today blog. You can scroll through past posts once you click into the category you wish to look up, as described above, or you can use the blog's main search feature to search for specific keywords.
Please let us know if you have any additional questions below in the comments, and thank you so much for your continued interest in our posts!