Campus Fire Forum is the only national conference that focuses exclusively on campus fire and life safety issues and continues to offer you the opportunity to learn from the experts and interact with campus fire safety professionals. We will address issues that are critical to fire & life safety on and off-campus. If you can only attend one training forum a year ... this is the one to attend! Hosted by Georgia Tech
THE MOST INCREDIBLE CAMPUS FIRE SAFETY TRAINING EVENT ...
JUST GOT BETTER!!!!!
ALL IN THE SAME WEEK !!!!!
... and check out our Forum in New Jersey in 2020 (bottom). It is the 20th anniversary of the Seton Hall Fire and the resulting courage that triumphed over tragedy. Join us with our lifetime members, Shawn and Alvaro as we look and progress "After the Fire".
CHECK OUT OUR NEW 2019 SCHEDULE (Tentative)
Monday, November 11
Exhibitor Set Up
Full day of Training with our Non-Profit Partners, ICC (CEU's will be given) - 2018 IFC Significant Changes
Tuesday, November 12
3 Hour Morning Training Class with our Non-Profit Partners, Safer Buildings Coalition (SBC)
Exhibitor Set Up (AM)
Exhibit opens at Noon with Lunch for all
Town Hall Meeting with Exhibitors
Evening Meet & Greet Reception with Exhibitors
Wednesday, November 13
Welcome Session with State & Local Officials
General Sessions and Break out Sessions all day
Exhibits all day (Exhibit Tear down at 3:45)
President's Reception (all exhibitors & attendees are welcome)
Thursday, November 14
General & Breakout Sessions (AM)
Special NEW Lunch & Learns
Bus tour to Georgia Tech with Side by Side Burn (Bus transportation will be arranged).
Friday, November 15
General & Breakout Sessions (AM)
Annual Member Meeting and Luncheon
Forum ends at 2PM
The Center is an ICC Preferred Provider and will be providing CEU's toward your ICC re-certification for many of the classes you attend. We will also supply Certificates of Attendance.
We'll take a bus ride Thursday afternoon to GA Tech to see:
PRELIMINARY LIST OF PRESENTATIONS
We're still working on this list! Presentations will be granted ICC re-certification CEU's
EXTENDED TECHNOLOGY EXPO
Previous Exhibitors - take a look at the extensions we made to give you additional face time with attendees!
New Exhibitors - take a chance - we offer a great chance to display your technology and network with all attendees
Exhibit time extended to 1.5 days ... And DOUBLE the networking time:
Two Lunch Networking Sessions
Two Evening Networking Receptions
Town Hall Meeting with Exhibitors - a chance to hear end user issues, and to help with a solution
and .... Special Lunch & Learn Opportunities for Exhibitors (Call us ... Act quickly - these are going fast).
Marketing Opportunities too:
SHIPPING AND ELECTRICAL INFO FOR EXHIBITORS
We're going on a bus trip to Callenwolde Fine Arts Center
EXHIBITORS (to date)
Automatic Fire Alarm Association (AFAA)
Denlar Fire Protection, LLC
Honeywell Security & Fire
International Code Council
Safer Buildings Coalkition
COST TO ATTEND OUR FORUM:
Book Before October 21 for Early Bird Prices & to ensure you have hotel space.
Breakfast and lunch is included in the cost, along with one invitation to both evening receptions. Evening receptions are heavy appetizers.
Attendees: Members: $795. | Non Members: $895.
Exhibitors (Standard booth) : Members $1670. | Non Members: $1995.
Standard booth includes booth space plus full registration for 1 exhibitor. You will have a chance to add additional exhibitors during the registration process.
Optional ICC Training: $450.
(6 Contact Hours | .6 CEU's)
HOTEL: Marriott, Buckhead, Georgia
Commercial Rate: $179. per night + tax + $5. GA State Fee Per Night.[ Book Commercial Rate
Government Rate: $157. Per night [ Book in Government Block
Marta Underground System from Airport - stops one block from hotel (details to follow)
FORUM SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES (Contact Us):
SPONSORS TO DATE:
2020 is the 20th anniversary of the fire at Seton Hall. Join us as we look back "After the Fire".
We'll welcome Shawn and Alvaro, CCFS Lifetime Members, and Seton Hall Survivors - and we'll look back over the last 20 years of their courageous battle, and their efforts to help educate college students about campus fire safety.
We'll also look back into campus fire safety and the improvements that were made in New Jersey, across the nation over the last 20 years..
Don't miss this event!!!
About the Seton Hall Fire: In the early morning hours of January 19, 2000, the lives of thousands or maybe even millions were changed as a result of a great tragedy. On the campus of Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey, while most of the more than 600 freshman slept, an arson fire was started in the 3rd-floor lounge of the 6-story freshmen residence hall, Boland Hall. As the fire alarms wailed, most students thought it was just another false fire alarm, like the 30 or more false alarms that sounded the semester before. No one had any idea that there was a real fire, let alone where the fire was or how to get out of harms way. [ MORE
Our President's Reception will include a tour of the 911 Memorial and we'll view the Statue of Liberty.
Sponsored by Johnson Controls.