Donna Henson, who lost her son Dominic Passantino in a residential house fire, educated Jefferson City (Missouri) elected officials about residential fire sprinklers at a recent city council meeting where new fire code changes were discussed. "We protect our businesses from fire, but what about our homes? Unfortunately it takes a tragedy to [...]
Side-by-Side Burn Demonstrationjenna2015-05-13T15:42:17+00:00
Side-by-side Burn Demonstration event at the 2015 North American Fire Sprinkler Expo in Orlando, FL.
Fire Sprinklers Save Lives Adjenna2015-03-17T14:54:41+00:00
As seen in Firehouse Magazine. This Common Voices ad promotes fire safety and support for fire sprinkler advocacy.
Training on Capitol Hilljenna2014-12-18T16:26:11+00:00
Training session for students, parents and fire officials learning how to be an advocate on Capitol Hill Day.
Capitol Hill Dayjenna2015-03-17T14:21:48+00:00
Bonnie and Leon Woodruff with all those attending Capitol Hill Day in Washington DC. Everyone has their fire alarms donated by First Alert!
UNCCH Students at Capitol Hilljenna2014-12-18T16:40:59+00:00
The UNCCH students with Bonnie and Leon Woodruff on the Capitol steps before heading to the Hill to advocate for Campus Fire Safety issues. Sponsors were: Campus Firewatch, Ohio Fire Safety Coalition, and The Minger Foundation.
NFSA at Oregon State Universityjenna2014-12-18T16:41:44+00:00
NFSA Vice President of Operations Buddy Dewar, Common Voices Advocate Donna Henson, NFSA NW Regional Manager Suzanne Mary, and Corvallis Fire Prevention Officer Jim Patton at Oregon State University on June 11. NFSA helped Corvallis Fire Department sponsor an event to help prompt Greek housing managers of unsprinklered properties take the next step toward retrofitting [...]
Thanks to Rob Feeney and Peter Ginaittjenna2014-12-18T16:42:36+00:00
Special thanks to Rob Feeney and Peter Ginaitt for their compelling interviews today at the National Press Club to media outlets across the nation. It's hard to believe its been 10 years since the Station nightclub tragic fire. Your stories highlighted the important role that fire sprinklers play in community fire protection.