The National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA®) has announced that its digital on-demand content platform, NFPA LiNK®, will now provide digital access to NFPA codes and standards dating all the way back to 1993, plus 43 documents translated into Spanish. The new additions are highlighted in a free pre-recorded webinar, “New Features in NFPA LiNK that Will Change the Way You Work.”
Legacy editions of NFPA publications will help users quickly refer to older, but still widely utilized, NFPA documents to complete projects more accurately and efficiently. The additional Spanish documents will better service NFPA LiNK’s Spanish-speaking users.
“We are thrilled to finally roll out legacy code content alongside more Spanish translations for our diverse user base,” said Kyle Spencer, Director of NFPA LiNK. “NFPA LiNK has always been about making code information easily accessible to promote safety, precision, and productivity. These additions are an extension of that mission.”
To learn more and see a demo of these exciting new features, users can access “New Features in NFPA LiNK® that Will Change the Way You Work” in NFPA’s webinar archives.
As an NFPA LiNK subscriber, users get access to continuous updates, features, and functions. Find more information about NFPA LiNK, including how to sign up for a free trial, at nfpa.org/link.