This year’s FPW campaign, “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape. Plan and Practice Your Escape!” works to educate everyone about the small but important actions they can take to keep themselves and those around them safe.
Did you know?
In a typical home fire, you may have as little as one to two minutes to escape safely from the time the smoke alarm sounds. Escape planning and practice can help you make the most of the time you have, giving everyone enough time to get out.
Tuesday December 10, at The Gallery located at 141 New London Turnpike in Glastonbury. Lunch will be served at 12:00 noon follwed by the regular meeting. The Board of Directors will meet before lunch at 11:00. Cost for lunch will be $20.00 per person for the lunch buffet. Check your email for an evite to respond from president Norton.
December 20th from 8am to 3pm at the Litchfield County Regional Fire School
Cost $60.00 per person includes 2018 ICC Essentials Book and Lunch
Description This seminar will introduce: The application of the IFC administrative requirements, occupancy classification, general precautions against fire, emergency planning and preparedness, fire service features, interior finish, decorative materials and furnishings, fire protection systems, means of egress, and provide an introduction to hazardous materials. Activities and discussions will further enhance participant learning. Goal This seminar is designed to familiarize and assist code officials in locating, describing and applying applicable code requirements of the IFC to determine compliance or noncompliance. Objectives Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be better able to: · Explain the fundamental provisions of the IFC · Describe the intent and scope of the IFC · Identify common fire hazards and understand how the IFC addresses correction, or elimination, of the hazards · Identify how life safety and fire protection issues are addressed in building design and construction · Identify how the IFC applies to maintenance of building design and components to maintain fire and life safety · Identify how the IFC addresses hazardous materials
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The Connecticut Fire Marshals Association unites for the mutual benefit and professionalism of all certified Fire Marshals, their Deputies and Inspectors of the State of Connecticut and all other persons engaged in the prevention of fire and protection of life and property. The Association acts as a central resource for exchange of professional knowledge among its members for the purpose of assisting one another in the performance of their duties, in the conduct of their professional activities and to correlate these activities in their efforts to reduce fire loss while promoting education and training, research, legislation and regulations for improving fire safety and prevention.