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    Recall issued for B-Air VP-33 blower

    The Consumer Product Safety Commission report of Intertex’s recall of the B-Air VP-33 blower fans. Read on...
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    Kansas Deploys Fire Department Personnel, Equipment to Provide Support in Wake of Hurricane Ida

    Kansas Deploying Fire Department Personnel, Equipment to Louisiana to Provide Support in Wake of Hurricane Ida Read on...
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    The Trumpet

    The September 2021 issue of The Trumpet is out!
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    Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 3-9, 2021

    Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety
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    CODE REMINDER: Decorations in Assembly Buildings

    With school starting back soon and vacation bible schools on the schedule, it is a good time to think about flammable decorations and the code that governs decorations in assembly buildings. Read on...
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    Prevention Highlights

    The August 2021 issue of Prevention Highlights is out!
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    2022 Kansas Firefighter Recruitment and Safety Grant Application Period Now Open

    The application period for the FY2022 Kansas Firefighter Recruitment and Safety Grant (KFRSG) is now open until the grant deadline of Oct. 1, 2021. Read on...
  8. Office of the State Fire Marshal

    CURRENT JOB OPENINGS

    We are now hiring for a Research Analyst, Senior Administrative Specialist and Fire Prevention Inspectors! CLICK HERE for job information...
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    Kidde Recalls TruSense Smoke and Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarms

    Kidde Recalls TruSense Smoke and Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarms Due to Risk of Failure to Alert Consumers to a Fire Read on...
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    Kansas K-12 Schools Crisis Drill Requirement Drops to Nine Per Year

    Senate Bill 128, signed by Governor in April, lowered requirement from 16 to nine for schools across Kansas. Read on...