The Firefighter Air Coalition (FAC) is an advocacy group dedicated to promoting firefighter safety through the use of air management best practices, advanced fireground research, and the adoption of codes requiring Firefighter Air Replenishment Systems (FARS).
Comprised by leaders from the fire service, industry and government, the FAC is the nation’s leading advocate for the full implementation of the National Fire Protection Association Standard 1404, “The Rule of Air Management,” and the adoption and implementation of International Fire Code Appendix L, which outlines the requirements for firefighter air replenishment systems (FARS).
We provide donations to underwrite equipment, education, and training to help fire departments of all sizes develop, implement and enforce effective air management programs.
We also offer resources to fire departments looking to adopt Appendix L of the International Fire Code and require FARS in their jurisdictions. These resources include everything a department needs to conduct its due diligence, including FARS system overview, system specifications, research data on air quality and system cost, our FARS Code Adoption Workbook, case studies, peer resources, and more.
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