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Campus Fire Forum 2016

Registration for Forum 2016 is OPEN!!!  


Mesa, Arizona ...  
November 1 - 4

Tuesday 11/1  ICC Training (2015 IBC Fire and Life Safety Principles, by Robert Neale)

Wednesday 11/2              Forum Opening, Exhibits, President’s Reception

Thursday 11/3                  Forum, General Sessions

Friday 11/4                       Forum ends at noon.  Annual Member Meeting 12-2PM.

We look forward to seeing you there!


THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS:

 

 PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION EXHIBITOR LUNCH    BREAKS (WEDNESDAY)
     

Keltron Corporation - Registration Badges


PRESENTATIONS: 

 

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.

 

 


KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Jim Ford, Deputy Chief/Fire Marshal, City of Scottsdale Fire Department

Synopsis of “The Scottsdale Experience” paper/program.

The City of Scottsdale primarily uses a two pronged approach to community safety and keeping our citizens safe:

1.     Work to reduce the number of emergency incidents in Scottsdale through the use of aggressive Community Risk Reduction (CRR) and outreach efforts.

2.     Reduce the impact on our community and citizens from the emergency incidents that do occur. 

This report will look specifically at one community’s history and use of technology to address the current and future fire problem.  It will outline the steps used to research, adopt, implement and now evaluate the history and benefits Scottsdale received by embracing aggressive Community Risk Reduction (CRR) methods along with requiring automatic sprinkler protection in all new structures.

 


 

  • Welcome: Michael J. Swain, Mayor John Giles, Jim Gibbs, Fire Marshall, Arizona State University, Deputy Fire Marshal John Locklin
  • Keynote: Scottsdale Sprinkler Experience, 20 year report
  • The Long Road to Developing and Maintaining a University Fire AHJ (for Arizona State University).
  • A community of Self-Maintainers
  • Emergency Evacuation For Large Assembly Spaces
  • NFPA 3 & 4 Next Generation (2 hours)
  • Campus Fire Marshal's role in emergency operations and table top exercise (2 Hours) FEMA Training
  • Developing a Life Safety for the Whole Community Program
  • Fire Safety Concerns at Field Stations
  • Fire and Life Safety System Inspection, Testing and Maintenance programs are much more than alarm and sprinkler systems
  • Small Holes, Big Trouble. Managing Fire and Smoke Resistance; The Firestopping DIIM and Effective Compartmentation
  • Off Campus Fire & Life Safety
  • Special hazard Fire Protection on Campus
  • Fire Protection Informationalization Management Model of “Public Fire Protection by Pooling Public Efforts
  • Energy Storage Systems
  • Be Fire Smart! College Edition- New Online Course for Students
  • UL Resources for Campus Fire Safety Officials
  • How to Establish & Maintain Good Town/Gown Relationships
  • Intro to Cinematographic arts and how to make high quality videos.
  • Incorporation of toxic gas monitory systems TGMS/Fire alarms
  • Town Hall Discussions with the Board of Directors
  • Annual Member Meeting with the Board of Director Presentations.
  • ICC (Optional Day) ... 2015 IBC Fire and Life Safety Principles

PARTIAL LIST OF EXHIBITORS:

CSHEMA
Digitize
Edwards Detection & Alarm
Fire Contractors International Association
FlexSystem
Hangzhou Dianzi University
International Code Council
Jensen Hughes

Keltron Corporation
MicroFridge
Pioneering Technology Corp
SDi
SIEMENS
StoveTop FireStop
The Viking Corporation
TradeMaster Inc.
Tyco Simplex/Grinnell
US Consumer Product Safety Commission


PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION ....  ROCKIN R RANCH!

Sponsored by Tyco/SImplexGrinnell


 

Arizona's Wild West Town ...

Join us for dinner and more with gold panning, a gun fight, western shops, and hot dutch oven biscuits. All-you-can-eat BBQ beef or chicken dinner with all the trimmins' followed by a spectacular western stage show featuring the world famous "ROCKIN R WRANGLERS".

The Rockin’ R Ranch is a real pioneer ranch with a history as intriguing as the West was Wild. A working cattle and horse ranch for generations, the old Rockin’ R brand has played an important part in Arizona’s history. [ MORE



ICC OPTIONAL TRAINING:


2015 IBC Fire and Life Safety Principles

This seminar addresses the critical concepts of the 2015 IBC regarding fire and life safety issues. These concepts provide a basis for the correct use of the code in building planning, classification of buildings and occupancies, fire-resistance-rated construction, fire protection systems and means of egress. The content addresses issues that are necessary for many designs and plan review decisions. During this training, participants will be listening to lecture and viewing examples, as well as discussing sections of the IBC that pertain to fire and life safety principles in  building. They will participate in activities that involve a set of discussion, quizzes, questions and answers individually and in groups.


 

COST:

ATTENDEES:  MEMBERS  $575.  |  NON MEMBERS $650.

EXHIBITORS:  MEMBERS $1275. | NON MEMBERS $1600.

ADDITIONAL/OPTIONAL:  ICC TRAINING $275. (6 Contact Hours | .6 CEU's )


 

Additional cost for guests/additional exhibitors only.

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 can choose from full meal plans to partial or the reception only.  You will have the opportunity to order guest meals when you register.

Exhibitors:  The cost of your meals for the day of the exhibit (Wednesday) 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.

President's Reception only $75.00
Breakfast 3 days $90.00
One Day Plan - Tuesday Breakfast & Lunch $90.00
One Day Plan - Wednesday (Includes President's Reception) $175.00
One Day Plan - Friday includes Member Luncheon $90.00
One Day Plan - Thursday $125.00

HOTEL:

PLEASE BOOK YOUR SLEEPING ROOM (S) DIRECTLY WITH THE HOTEL

Group rates are only available to October 9th only.  

BY PHONE:

Hilton Phoenix/Mesa | 1011 West Holmes Avenue | Mesa, Arizona 85210
1-480-833-5555 or 1-800-544-5866 (Identify yourself as The Center for Campus Fire Safety Group)

ONLINE:

Commercial Rates:  Standard $144. + tax
BOOK HOTEL WITH COMMERCIAL RATE 

Government Rates (Requires ID at Check-in):  Standard Room $113. + tax (subject to change with gvt. fiscal year). 
BOOK HOTEL WITH GOVERNMENT RATE 

TRANSPORTATION IN MESA:

To and From the Airport:  VIP Taxi is between $26 - 32.  You must book this in advance.  The VIP Taxi website shows various methods to make reservations including online, using their smartphone app or texting your pick-up request.  The website is www.viptaxi.com

Around Town:  The Hilton Mesa has a courtesy van to take you around town.  Check the front desk for arrival and departure times.