June 18 /PRNewswire/ -- The following was released by the Pennsylvania Fire and Emergency Services Institute: The Pennsylvania Fire and Emergency Services Institute adamantly opposes the action of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in its attempts to neuter the life saving Uniform Construction Code (statewide building code) before the code even takes effect, thereby eliminating the safety and security provided to Pennsylvania's residents and visitors.
What does PFESI stand for?
PFESI stands for Pennsylvania Fire and Emergency Services Institute (Harrisburg, PA)
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