Flame effects used for entertainment purposes at concerts, theme parks, and other venues represent a potential threat to people and property. NFPA 160, Standard for the Use of Flame Effects Before an Audience, answers the need for a document providing guidance to public safety officials, designers, and operators of flame effects in permanent, temporary, and traveling installations. The standard offers comprehensive provisions for the design, fabrication, installation, control, operation, testing, and maintenance of flame effect systems.
Content covers requirements for:
The 2021 edition provides the most current criteria for helping to safeguard audience members, performers, operators, assistants, support personnel, and property from flame effect hazards.
Flame effects operators, special effects operators, venue managers, and enforcing officials have the significant responsibility of protecting audiences, performers, and crew from fire risks. NFPA 160 explains how to control the use of flame effects in compliance with recognized codes and standards.
Changes to this edition include:
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This standard is an essential publication for anyone with concerns for flame effect safety. Place an order for your copy of NFPA 160, 2021 edition today.