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Campus Fire Forum celebrates 10-year anniversary

The Center for Campus Fire Safety will be holding it’s 10th annual Fire Forum October 28-30, 2008 at the Westin Hotel in Providence Rhode Island.

The forum will bring together the most innovative and respected leaders in fire and life safety to continue our mission of protecting life and property at institutions of higher learning.

This year’s event will include educational sessions and presentations such as: Fire and Life Safety Education on Campus, Emergency Planning, Mass Notification Systems, Waking effectiveness of alarms on impaired persons, Off-Campus Fire Safety, Egress Code implications for Assembly and University Spaces, Water-based Systems, Arson
on Campus, Fire and Life Safety for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and much more.

The forum events will also include a tour of Tyco’s Global Technology Center, a visit to Brown University, and a technology exhibition.

Campus Fire Forum is the only national conference that focuses exclusively on campus fire safety issues and continues to offer you the opportunity to learn from the experts and interact with campus fire safety professionals from across the country.

From its beginning as an invitation only event, Campus Fire Forum has steadily grown in popularity year after year and is known as the nation’s premiere conference focusing specifically on fire safety in the campus community.

Join your colleagues and network with your peers from across the country and around the world. From the educational sessions, vendor technology exhibits and the popular town meeting, you’ll gain new ideas and proven techniques to protect your campus community.
Join us in celebrating ten years of campus fire safety forums. Registration is now open for attendees. Space is limited–reserve your space now.

If you are not a member of CCFS, consider joining when you register for the forum. We’re offering a special savings on forum registration that will pay for the cost of membership!

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