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  1. 1. Welcometo<br />The trusted source for fire safety standards and education. <br />
  2. 2. Our Mission:<br />To reduce the loss of life, injury and property damage<br />due to fire. <br />
  3. 3. NIFAST is programming for: <br /><ul><li>Residential Homeowners,</li></ul> renters and occupants<br /><ul><li> Home inspectors and</li></ul> safety professionals<br /><ul><li> College and student living</li></li></ul><li>NIFAST and insurance carriers…<br />How can you benefit?<br /><ul><li>Join us to help promote our tools and techniques</li></ul> to educate your consumers on residential fire safety<br /><ul><li> Offer a reduction in premiums to homeowners that have</li></ul> completed the test, and had their dwellings certified by<br /> NIFAST certified home inspectors<br /><ul><li> Increase your lead generation and quotes through our</li></ul> website reach of over 6,000 home inspectors (NACHI),<br /> and our innovative use of social marketing<br />
  4. 4. Certification for residential home inspectors <br /><ul><li> Training and online NIFAST certification
  5. 5. All NIFAST home inspectors have taken and</li></ul> mastered the Flashpoint course and test<br /><ul><li> Home inspectors are outfitted with a NIFAST</li></ul> toolkit that offers step-by-step tools/guides to<br /> performing a home fire inspection.<br />
  6. 6. The Flashpoint Course and Test<br /><ul><li> Provides essential life and fire safety skills
  7. 7. Offers self-paced, comprehensive,</li></ul> practical training<br /><ul><li> Delivers instant instructional feedback
  8. 8. Easy-to-use coursework for both children</li></ul> and adults<br /><ul><li> Confirms mastery of life-saving practices
  9. 9. Issues course completion certificate</li></ul> recognizing your success<br />
  10. 10. Sample Flashpoint Test Question<br />Kitchen fires are one of the primary areas within a home residence where fires can occur. If there is a stovetop fire, which of the following should never be used to extinguish a grease fire?<br />Sodium Bicarbonate<br />Salt<br />Flour<br />D. Wet Chemical<br />Test taker answers: C<br />That is incorrect.<br />Flour “produces” a violent reaction that will cause the fire to spread if used on a grease fire.<br />This ingredient must never be used. In the case of a grease fire, NIFAST recommends<br />several options: baking soda is a sodium bicarbonate, and is known as a regular dry<br />chemical and will extinguish a grease fire. If that is not available, covering a grease fire is<br />another option, but potentially dangerous for skin burns.<br />NIFAST has partnered with Stoveranger to provide homeowners a new, aesthetically<br />designed stovetop fire safety product.  This is a non-explosive, non-pressurized automatic<br />stove top fire extinguisher.  Visit for more information.<br />
  11. 11. NIFAST and (your logo here)<br />Endorse/underwrite our program<br />Exclusive rights available<br /><br />