Registration for Forum 2017 is OPEN!!!
Chapel Hill, North Carolina ... November 6-9, 2017
We look forward to seeing you there!
ICC Training (Optional) - 2015 IFC Fire Protection Systems
Forum Opening, Educational Sessions, Exhibits, President's Reception
Educational Sessions & Town Meeting, Annual Member Meeting noon - 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.
TWO KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
Tuesday Morning Opening Keynote Speaker: Dr. Bruce Cairns
Dr. Cairns is the Director North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center, John Stackhouse Distinguished Professor of Surgery, Associate Professor of Surgery and Microbiology and Immunology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine.
Wednesday Morning Keynote Speaker: Retired Chief Dan Jones
Retired Chapel Hill Fire Chief Dan Jones spent 41 years in the fire service (and) 25 years in Chapel Hill. Most of his life has been spent in public service, leading the Chapel Hill Fire Department through a long period of transition. When he took office in 1990, Jones said the CHFD didn’t provide much more than fire service – but now it also provides emergency medical service, rescue services, and more.
Along the way, Chief Jones and his team faced a number of serious challenges – perhaps most notably a tragic fire in 1996 at the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house, which killed five students but also led to significant policy changes for new developments that have made our community (and others) much safer.
“That was a horrible tragedy,” Jones says, “but a lot of good came out of it – sprinkler systems in student housing, not only here in Chapel Hill but (also) in other parts of the country – and I felt good about the fact that we were able to turn that tragedy into a lot of positive things.”
When Chief Jones retired, Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt said: Chief Jones will leave a tremendous legacy – not just with the fire department, but with Chapel Hill town government in general.
“He’s the longest serving fire chief this city’s ever had, (and) he’s seen us through some really tough, challenging times,” Kleinschmidt says. “His fingerprints are over a lot of things – not just the fire department, but (also) the management style of the rest of our organization…
This seminar is designed to guide students through the 2015 International Fire Code®(IFC®) for fire protection systems (Chapter 9), including automatic suppression, standpipe, automatic fire alarm and other detection systems, smoke management and additional fire protection assemblies. The seminar will describe design, inspection, testing and maintenance requirements found in the IFC and National Fire Protection Association standards. Students who use the IFC should bring a copy as a resource document for the final examination that will be provided.
Two Keynote Speaker
"Purposefully" Delayed Fire Alarm Notification
Johnson Controls (Tyco) Presentation
The Science Behind Fire Protection
"Confessions of a new University Fire Marshal"
High Risk Populations on Campus
Maintaining Special Performance Based Systems, such as Smoke
Fire Issues in Greek Housing (2 hours)
WPI and Eastern Kentucky University Fire Extinguisher Study
Where's the fire? Limiting Operator Overload in a Busy Campus Dispatch Center
Who are you and what are you saying?
The story behind Campus Fire Fatalities from 2000 – 2017
Fire safety autonomy organization = GOD
Special Events - A case study in planning and response (Two
9-1-1 on Campus, Past, Present, and Future
Resources for Code Officials
Fire Alarm Certification for Campus and Code Officials
Entering College Think Fire Safety
Food Truck Management
Town Hall Meeting
Member Lunch and Annual Meeting
Blue Zone at Kenan Stadium, UNC
SIDE BY SIDE MOCK DORM ROOM BURN:
Wednesday at Lunchtime! Thanks to: Jan Parker, NC State Fire Marshal’s Office; NC Sprinkler Coalition; and NFPA and NFSA
ATTENDEES: MEMBERS $700. | NON MEMBERS $800.
Attendees: Your meals are included in your registration fee. Use the chart below if you are bringing a partner or guest that wants to be included in the meals. You will have the opportunity to order guest meals when you register.
Exhibitors: The cost of your meals for the day of the exhibit is included in your registration fee. If you are bringing additional exhibitors, there is an additional registration fee per additional person. This fee includes their meals for the exhibit day only, plus the President's networking reception.
If you or any guests or additional exhibitors are staying for the entire Forum, (and you are welcome to), please order additional meals as required when you register.
PLEASE BOOK YOUR SLEEPING ROOM (S) DIRECTLY WITH THE HOTEL
Group rates are only available to October 15 only. (Subject to availability)
Commercial Rates: Standard $149. + tax
Government Rates: Standard Room $115. + tax (Subject to change with gvt. fiscal year. Requires ID at Check-in)
BOOK BY PHONE:
1-919-969-2174 or 1-800-325-3535 (Identify yourself as The Center for Campus Fire Safety Group)
MAKE RESERVATIONS ONLINE:
Commercial Rates: Standard $149. + tax
BOOK HOTEL WITH COMMERCIAL RATE
Government Rates (Requires ID at Check-in): Standard Room $115. + tax (subject to change with gvt. fiscal year).
BOOK HOTEL WITH GOVERNMENT RATE
To and From the Airport: There is no shuttle service. Taxi's are available. Prices range between $35 - 50. per person/one way. Prices are based on one person in the taxi. Cost varies with time of day - evenings are higher).
1) Red Ride 919.923.0373
2) Matt (individual) 919.451.7888
Around Town: The hotel has a courtesy van to take you around town. Check the front desk for arrival and departure times.
Thank you to all our attendees, exhibitors, sponsors and board members for making the 2016 Forum a great success. We look forward to seeing you in Chapel Hill. Don't miss the pictures of the Rocking R Ranch where we held our President's Reception (Sponsored by Tyco/SimplexGrinnell).