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The Center for Campus Fire Safety (The Center) is the fire and life safety voice of over 4000 colleges and universities.
We provide an abundance of resources and support to individuals that are responsible for fire and life safety; either on a college campus on in a fire department that has a campus/university within their community. The Center is the only non-profit, member-based organization devoted to reducing the loss of life from fire at our nation's campuses.
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The college and university community is presented with a number of emergency communications challenges and some have fallen into very expensive “traps” while trying to develop effective communications for their college or university campus. Many have tried to convert their building fire alarm systems to an MNS only to find the new system does not meet the Code required intelligibility or come close to meeting their emergency response needs. (Webinars are Free to Members)
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Fire Claims the Life Of Another University Of Cincinnati Student
 [January 16, 2013 1:27 pm ] [Views 598]
On January 1, 2013, a fire tore through an off campus home housing University of Cincinnati students at 2824 Digby Avenue in Cincinnati, Ohio. In the wake of this fire, one student, 21 year old Chad Kohls, perished after a week long struggle to overcome the injuries he sustained from the fire. It is with deep sorrow that the Center for Campus Fire Safety announces the passing of a second victim: On Monday January 14th, 20 year old Ellen Garner lost her life as a result of this tragic incident.
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