Whether it's free confined space recognition training or certification exam preparation, emergency responders can choose from flexible classroom, online, on-site, and hands-on-training options.
NFPA Conference & Expo®
First Responder Health and Safety Forum: There are health risks hiding everywhere from your gear to your worksite, and they are causing long-term health issues for many responders. Presentation topics will include cardiac risks, cancer prevention, fitness requirements, and occupational health and safety policy.
Call for Presentations
If you’re interested in delivering a dynamic and engaging presentation when we gather June 11-14, 2018, in Las Vegas, NV, we want to hear from you! Submit your presentation application by September 25th, 2017.
Community Risk Reduction
Emergency Responder Safety
Gain professional recognition from your peers and others, demonstrate your knowledge and competence, document your commitment to your profession, and create your career path with NFPA certifications.
- Certified Fire Inspector I (CFI): The authority having jurisdiction in most states requires fire inspectors to be certified by a nationally recognized entity. The Pro Board accredited NFPA CFI-I program has certified thousands of individuals.
- Certified Fire Inspector II (CFI-II): Once you have achieved the NFPA Fire Inspector I certification, you are qualified to apply for Fire Inspector II. This Pro Board accredited NFPA program will expand your role as a fire inspector, and advance your career.
- Certified Fire Plan Examiner (CFPE): Whether it is site plans that affect the emergency access or building plans that affect egress and occupant loads, it is important to
understand plan review and the importance of doing it right.
- Certified Fire Protection Specialist (CFPS): For fire protection professionals looking to take their careers to the next level, Certified Fire Protection Specialist is a graduate-level, internationally recognized, professional credential. CFPS is the gold standard credential for the application of fire safety, protection, prevention, and suppression technologies.