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Safer Construction Sites Build Safer Communities

Did you know there were an average of 3,840 construction fires each year between 2013 and 2017 alone? Those fires during construction, renovation, and demolition caused 49 civilian injuries and $304 million in property damage annually. The best way to prevent destruction, construction delays, injuries, and increased expenses is to make sure everyone on the site knows how to identify hazards.

Explore NFPA’s fire safety solutions for your construction and join us in keeping construction safer:

  • Stay informed
  • Prevent accidents
  • Keep learning
  • Build better

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