CCFS partners with several organizations and events focused on fire and life safety on and off campus. For more information or to partner with CCFS contact us.



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FIRE ENGINEERING: For over 133 years, Fire Engineering magazine has provided training, education, and management information for fire and emergency services personnel worldwide. Articles are written by experts in the fire service and focus on lessons-learned. Regular magazine departments focus on education and management issues. The online version of Fire Engineering provides daily international business and industry-related news, current issue articles, and access to years of searchable editorial archives. Fire Engineering’s Fire Department Instructors Conference, (FDIC), is the largest fire and emergency services conference in North America. Held in April each year, in Indianapolis, Indiana FDIC provides a comprehensive range of training evolutions and workshops, along with the industry’s largest exhibition. >> MORE



FEMA: Your university could be eligible to receive a Fire Prevention and Safety Grant. Learn how Eastern Connecticut State University put their grant money to use with a Fire Safety Day and >> More   

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Common Voices is an Advocates' Coalition sponsored by the National Fire Sprinkler Association. The advocates that serve as the Coalitions Advisory Committee have all been directly affected by fire.  >> More


CSFI: CCFS accepted to the National Advisory Council (NAC) of the Congressional Fire Services Institute (CFSI). We are extremely proud to have been invited onto this prominent panel and looks forward to working with each of the other distinguished member organizations.
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USFA: (US Fire Administration) CCFS supports the U.S. Fire Administration in the public safety campaign to end the No. 1 cause of preventable home fire deathc - Fires caused by smoking materials >> More


UL: CCFS has been an integral part in the UL Safety Tour and promoting initiatives of campus safety with this organization.
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CCFS and UL collaborate on FireFacts, a series of educational fire safety topics tips jointly released each month in Campus FireZone.
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Kidde: Carbon monoxide (CO) is the leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in America. Learn how to prevent CO poisoning and how to spot the symptoms before tragedy occurs >> More 


CCFS partners with Sponsors for Campus Fire Safety Month Contest and Opportunities