ORLANDO, Fla. — Adding a new event to its calendar, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) will present the Fire and Life Safety Conference Dec. 13-17 in Orlando.
The first three days of the conference will feature more than 50 educational sessions presented by NFPA staff experts and committee members on the latest fire and life safety code related topics in four tracks: “Building and Life Safety,” “Detection and Alarm,” “Suppression and Codes and Standards.”
Attendees will be able to receive CEUs toward their professional certifications.
Post-conference seminars will be offered for “Fire Protection Concepts and Analysis for Property Loss Prevention,” “Sprinkler Hydraulics, Code Requirements for Maintaining Fire and Life Safety Systems” and “Explosion Prevention and Protection.”
“This conference is a great way for us to combine some of the most sought after code topics in a single week,” says Kim Fontes, division director for product development, NFPA. “It will provide participants an opportunity to hear directly from NFPA staff experts and committee members who work directly with the codes and standards.”
More information on the conference can be found here.
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