University of Georgia student dies in early morning house fire[CCFS Administrator] [January 3, 2012 10:16 pm ] [Views 896] full article
University of Georgia student dies in early morning house fire
January 1, 2012 … A student from the University of Georgia, and three members of her family died December 28, when their home caught fire. Susannah Maxine Davis, 19, her sister Haley Morea Davis, 17, and her parents Mary Wendi Davis and Edmund Russell Davis died when a blaze broke out in their home at 5 a.m.
CCFS partners with Campus Safety Magazine to distribute Survey[CCFS Administrator] [December 14, 2011 2:22 pm ] [Views 909] full article
The Center for Campus Fire Safety is pleased to partner with Campus Safety Magazine to conduct a brief survey on the state of fire prevention and detection at U.S. universities, schools and hospitals. All individuals who are involved in campus fire safety are encouraged to participate.
CCFS works with NFPA on Cooking Fire Safety[CCFS Administrator] [December 14, 2011 1:48 pm ] [Views 479] full article
CCFS Director, Kevin McSweeney, CFPS/CFS II represented The Center for Campus Fire Safety in an NFPA Fire Protection Research Foundation program to improve cooking fire safety.
CCFS works with Inside Edition[CCFS Administrator] [December 14, 2011 1:10 pm ] [Views 945] full article
CCFS President, Paul D. Martin and Director Tim Knisely worked with Inside Edition to produce the following story about college housing and fire safety. Inside Edition ... To show just how fast a fire can rip through a college room, the New York Office of Fire Prevention and the Center of Campus Fire Safety set up a demonstration and burned down a mock dorm room at the University at Albany. Students looked on in awe as everything was destroyed in just minutes.
NEWSSMC campus fire deemed minor - Observer Online [CCFS Reporter] [January 31, 2013 7:08 am ] Full article
SMC campus fire deemed minorObserver OnlineThe investigation into the cause of Sunday night's fire in O'Laughlin Auditorium is ongoing and a report is expected in a few weeks, Gwen O'Brien, director of media relations at Saint Mary's, said Tuesday. O'Brien said there is no imminent danger ...
A tragic reminder about fire safety - Amherst Bulletin [CCFS Reporter] [January 31, 2013 7:08 am ] Full article
A tragic reminder about fire safetyAmherst BulletinAs Amherst's fire chief noted last week, the issue of fire safety is not high on the list of student concerns. “Their thought is, 'It won't happen to me,'” said Chief Walter “Tim” Nelson. But that isn't so easy this week, after a tragedy at the Rolling ...and more »
Just Yell Fire Campus Safety and Self Defense Program for Young Women ... - PR Web (press release) [CCFS Reporter] [January 31, 2013 7:08 am ] Full article
PR Web (press release)Just Yell Fire Campus Safety and Self Defense Program for Young Women ...PR Web (press release)Just Yell Fire, a nonprofit combating violence and abuse against girls and young women, expands its million-girl footprint by 154,000 today announcing the launch of its Just Yell Fire: Campus Life safety and self defense program for college women in ...and more »
Fire safety is hot priority at Duquesne - The Duquensne Duke [CCFS Reporter] [January 31, 2013 7:08 am ] Full article
Fire safety is hot priority at DuquesneThe Duquensne DukeA portion of those fire statistics were tallied in annual public safety reports. The reports counted seven fires on campus between 2009 and 2011, four of which were in Brottier. In total, the fires amounted to $400 in damages and zero deaths or ...
Temecula Valley High School campus evacuated due to Fire - Valley News [CCFS Reporter] [January 31, 2013 7:08 am ] Full article
Valley NewsTemecula Valley High School campus evacuated due to FireValley NewsTemecula Valley High School campus evacuated due to Fire. Wednesday, January 30th, 2013. Issue 05, Volume 17. TEMECULA - A fire was reported at Temecula Valley High School at 10:03 a.m. this morning and was contained at 10:33 a.m., according to ...and more »
University fire goes solar - Fairbanks Daily News-Miner [CCFS Reporter] [January 31, 2013 7:08 am ] Full article
University fire goes solarFairbanks Daily News-MinerThe 15, 240-watt panels went up in August, but it took some time to complete the installation, said University Fire Department Fire Chief Doug Schrage. The department hopes the panels will produce about 25 percent of the station's electricity needs ...