Draft strategic plan for the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation and Prevention Program (FFFIPP)
NIOSH Docket Number 063-A
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is seeking stakeholder input on the progress and strategic goals of the NIOSH FFFIPP to ensure that the program is meeting the needs of the stakeholders, and to identify ways in which the program can be improved to increase its impact on the safety and health of fire fighters across the United States.
Interested persons or organizations were invited to participate in this process by submitting written views, arguments, recommendations, and scientific data. Comments were invited on any topic related to the FFFIPP. Comments should reference Docket Number 063-A for all submissions related to this topic. Official comments provided to Docket Number 063-A relating to the Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation and Prevention Program shall be evaluated and considered in the improvement and strategic planning of the program.
Docket Number 063 is a collection of documents related to the development and progress of the FFFIPP. A NIOSH public meeting held in March 2006 discussed the progress and future direction of the FFFIPP, stakeholder needs, and enhancing the impact of the FFFIPP. A NIOSH public meeting held on November 19, 2008 discussed similar topics as well as a draft strategic plan.
Pre Meeting Information
List of attendees from meeting in Chicago, IL; 11/19/08 [PDF - 891 KB]
Presentation by Richard Duffy & James Brinkley (IAFF) entitled "Fire Fighter Line-of-Duty Death and Injury Investigations and Prevention Programs" at public stakeholder meeting 11/19/08 [PDF - 2.09 MB]
Presentation by Paul Moore (NIOSH/DSR) entitled "Draft Strategic Plan for the NIOSH Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation and Prevention Program (FFFIPP) at public stakeholder meeting; 11/19/08 [PDF - 2.64 MB]
Transcript from meeting; 11/19/08 [PDF - 13.5 MB]
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