Fire Protection Association

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The Fire Protection Association is the UK's National Fire Safety Organisation. Established in 1946, it works to identify and draw attention to the dangers of fire and the means by which their potential for occurrence and loss is kept to a minimum. Recognized as an independent and authoritative source of fire safety information and advice[citation needed] it offers education and training, a fire risk assessment service, a nationwide risk management survey service for insurers, a membership journal (Fire Risk Management), all underpinned by proactive research consultancy conducted on behalf of insurers and commercial clients.