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It is the mission of the Division of Fire Safety, Office of the State Fire Marshal to prevent deaths, injury and property loss by promoting a safe fire, building and hazardous materials environment for the citizens and visitors of New Hampshire through education, engineering, investigation and enforcement.

The Division of Fire Safety is led by State Fire Marshal/Director Paul J. Parisi. The current term of office runs through March 20, 2020.

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News/Current Events:

Press Release: June 25, 2019
Celebrate Safely to Avoid Serious Fireworks Injuries on the 4th of July and Throughout the Summer Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol

Permissible Fireworks - Community Restrictions List
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Permissible Fireworks Safety Brochure Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol

Training:
Upcoming NHFMO Seminars, Workshops & Classes:

For full details and to Register, click on the active links below. If you need a class in your area, please let us know.

Inspecting School and Assembly Occupancies

This seminar is designed to assist the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) conduct life safety inspections in educational occupancies, define what an assembly occupancy is, and what safety measures are required.

Inspecting Tents and Commercial Kitchens
This seminar is designed to introduce the new guidelines for the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) to utilize when inspecting tents and will also identify what to look for when inspecting commercial kitchens.

Youth Firesetter and Rural Fire Prevention Program
This seminar is designed to shed light on the Youth Firesetter problem and the importance of reporting and intervention. This seminar will also cover the importance of fire prevention and implementation strategies for rural areas.
July 25 (Hampton, NH) 9am-Noon

Fire Investigation for First Responders
This seminar is designed to familiarize students with the roles and responsibilities of first responders and how they relate to the basic principles of arson detection and the proper procedures for scene security, evidence preservation and documentation.
August 8 (Hampton, NH) 9am-Noon

Inspecting Oil Burners, Gas Lines & Appliances and the Most Common Plumbing Violations
This seminar is designed to help the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) conduct inspections of oil burners, gas lines and gas appliances. The seminar will also review common plumbing inspection concerns and questions of compliance with laws and amendments in the State of NH.

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Save the Date! 2019 NH/VT Fire Safety & Carbon Monoxide Awareness and Prevention Summit
(November 5th-6th) Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
Taking place in Lebanon, NH, at the Hilton Garden Inn, this FREE conference will feature the latest developments and research, speakers from National Organizations, Regional and State agencies, plus networking opportunities, resources, solutions and tools that can be used to prevent death and injuries. Online registration coming soon!

Annual School Inspection Requirements - Updated Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
The annual school inspection reporting program has been updated to reflect the current code edition and has undergone additional enhancements to increase inspectional clarity for the local fire chief and/or fire inspector.

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Electronic Monitoring of Fire Extinguishers - Rescinded Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
On May 31, 2018, the Board of Fire Control voted to rescind the requirement for electronic monitoring of fire extinguishers per Saf-C 6008.03(d) and NFPA 1 13.6.9.1.5.
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State Fire Marshal's Award of Excellence in Fire & Life Safety - Program
The State Fire Marshal’s Award of Excellence in Fire & Life Safety program recognizes New Hampshire students in grades prekindergarten through high school that do an outstanding act in the area of Fire and Life Safety that benefits the lives and wellbeing of those around them. We want to recognize these hometown heroes!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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