Working to bring knowledge to practice
The U.S. Fire Administration’s Library provides information and resources on fire, emergency management and other all-hazards subjects. With our collection of more than 208,000 books, reports, audiovisual materials and indexed articles, the Library supports National Emergency Training Center (NETC) student and faculty research, classroom lectures, and development of course materials.
Research by senior officers addressing today's leading fire service issues. Browse our collection of over 7,000 applied research project.
A collection of first responder works published by colleges and universities. Explore over 1,000 doctoral dissertations and masters theses.
A portal to national, state and local fire and life safety materials. Find a model program to help your community reduce risk.
An index to scholarly and peer-reviewed articles covering all-hazards topics, conferences and workshops. Search our unique database of over 20,000 articles.
Our featured collection for March:
Designer P. Hodge conducted the first public test of a steam fire engine in March 1841. This month we recognize that accomplishment with a collection highlighting the history of fire apparatus.
The latest fire prevention and all-hazards new stories as reported by the U.S. news media and other organizations.
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