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Ms. Judy L. Comoletti

Division Manager - Public Education

National Fire Protection Association

Direct Phone: (617) ***-****       

Email: j***@***.org

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National Fire Protection Association

1 Batterymarch Park

Quincy, Massachusetts 02269

United States

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Founded in 1896, NFPA is a global, nonprofit organization devoted to eliminating death, injury, property and economic loss due to fire, electrical and related hazards. The association delivers information and knowledge through more than 300 consensus code ... more

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Judith L. Comoletti, assistant vice president of public education at the Massachusetts-based non-profit National Fire Protection Association

About Us « Fire Protection Systems - Alarm and Detection - Janus Fire Systems [cached]

NFPA's Judy Comoletti offers these tips: If you have a Wish List, update it with the materials you want for your 2013 Fir [...]

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"Safe and sane fireworks don't exist," Judy Comoletti, NFPA's Division Manager of Public Education.

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In researching this guide, we spoke to a number of people in the fire-safety industry: Joseph Keenan, assistant fire marshal of the Burlington (Vermont) Fire Department; Judy Comoletti, division manager for public education at the National Fire Protection Association; John Drengenberg, consumer safety director at UL; Timothy Sendelbach, editor-in-chief of Firehouse Magazine, with 30 years of experience in fire and safety services; and Tom Kiurski, training coordinator and director of fire safety education for Livonia, Michigan, as well as a columnist with FireRescue1.

Tiki Torch Gel Fuel Poses Dangers - NEOFPA [cached]

Putting out a clothing fire caused by gel fuel requires a chemical fire extinguisher, a large amount of baking soda, or close access to a pool or other large body of water, according to Judy L. Comoletti, district manager for public education at the Quincy-based National Fire Prevention Association. She cautioned that running a long distance to a pool or lake could make the fire and resulting burns worse.

Ms. Comoletti said adding gel to an already heated pot is particularly dangerous because the pot can explode, spattering the fuel on clothing, people and pets.
"Usually, we tell people to 'stop, drop and roll.' With gel fuel, this does not work," she said.

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