FM Global is at the forefront of commercial and industrial property insurance and loss prevention. From here, you can learn about our most recent activities and initiatives.
September 15, 2019
FM Global and the Indonesian Fire & Rescue Foundation (IFRF) have announced a partnership agreement that aims to improve property protection and resilience against fire events in Indonesia.
July 11, 2019
A new FM Global white paper calls for stronger fire protection of architectural and cultural treasures including prudent fire detection technology, better access for firefighters, ample water sources and automatic fire sprinklers.
June 06, 2019
JOHNSTON, R.I., USA—Lithium-ion battery-based energy storage systems (ESS), in high demand for supplying energy to buildings and power grids but under scrutiny for recent fires and explosions, are the focus of new fire protection and installation ...
August 07, 2018
JOHNSTON, R.I. USA—Brion Callori, senior vice president, engineering and research at FM Global, one of the world’s largest commercial and industrial property insurers, has been elected to the board of directors of the National Fire Protection ...
July 19, 2018
Firefighters can now maximize their firefighting skills in buildings equipped with sprinkler systems through a self-paced online training program.
January 24, 2018
FM Global today released new research on oxygen reduction systems, finding them a potentially adequate fire protection method for certain well-sealed, unoccupied spaces.
December 14, 2017
FM Global outlines the strengths of the proposed protocol in a new research technical report, “Evaluation of the Fire Performance of Aluminum Cladding Material (ACM) Assemblies Using ANSI/FM 4880.”
October 17, 2017
The latest guidance is now available in a data sheet for those seeking to protect automatic storage and retrieval systems (ASRS).
October 05, 2017
The magnitude of the tragic fire that engulfed London’s Grenfell Tower in June was preventable. That per a new whitepaper from FM Global.
December 06, 2016
Lithium-ion batteries, so useful in smartphones, electric cars and energy storage systems, can catch fire and explode. The risk is magnified in warehouse settings where hundreds of thousands of batteries could be stored.