Virtual Campus Fire Forum 2021

We'll see you on-line in November 2021. Due to Covid restrictions, our Annual Campus Fire Forum will be virtual this year ... but we want to keep things as close to normal as we can, so we're still planning a full event.  More details will be coming soon.  For now, here's what we're planning!

When Disaster Strikes
What's the response?  What's the back up plan?  What's the recovery look like?


SPEAKERS:
We're looking for speakers on any type of disaster theme?  Did you have a large fire on campus? A CO2 or HazMat emergency? A flood or snow or weather emergency?  An explosion?  A tornado or wind storms?  A large insurance issue?  How about the pandemic disaster, or loss of internet and/or communications with students?

ATTENDEES:  
We're working out the details of our virtual conference and will send emails to all in April.  To be on the list for more information, click HERE

EXHIBITORS:
If you sell fire detection and sprinkler products/services, or other equipment that can minimize disaster on-campus, PLEASE let us know.  Consider being one of our virtual exhibitors.  Let us know if you're interested.

SPONSORS:
We're still looking for sponsors to help keep expenses down, and also to help us serve attendees lunch via grub-hub or other delivery services.  If you can help with sponsoring our virtual Forum, please contact us.  We'll provide several sponsor choices to choose from.

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE:  Note that all virtual sessions will break with time for exhibitor presentations and time to refresh. We'll also do our best to make the schedule like our in-person forums, but will speed them out over a two week period to give everyone a chance to attend.  Please join us!!!

Date/Time Session Start EST End EST
Tuesday, 11-2 ICC Training (Optional) 10 AM 3PM
Thursday 11-4 Welcome Session and Presentations/Exhibits 10 AM 4PM
Tuesday 11-9 Presentation/Exhibits 10 AM 4 PM
Thursday 11-12 Town Hall Meeting and Annual Member Meeting 11:30 AM 1:30 PM
       

 

 


A SNEAK PEAK AHEAD

NEW - 2022 APRIL VIRTUAL FORUM.  WHAT IS IT?

  • ANOTHER OPP TO PRESENT
  • ANOTHER OPP TO ATTEND AT A LOW COST
  • ANOTHER OPP TO NETWORK
  • AND ANOTHER OPP TO VIRTUALLY EXHIBIT

Starting in 2022, we're working hard to add a second Forum to our annual planning.  The April forum will be Virtual each year, and the November Forum will be in-person each year.  If you want to be on our info list, simply sign up HERE and we'll keep you informed.


Don't forget us in 2022!!!  
We'll be back in person in New Jersey!!!

Campus Fire Forum 2022
 New Brunswick, NJ, November 2022 (actual dates coming soon.  First or second week of November)

While 2020 marked the 20th anniversary of the fire at Seton Hall, CCFS will recognize the courage and strength that came out of this tragedy in 2022.  Join us as we look back "After the Fire".  Hosted by Rutgers and Montclair University.

The 4 P's of Forum 2022

People .... We'll welcome Shawn and Alvaro, CCFS Lifetime Members, and Seton Hall Survivors - and we'll look back over the last 20 years of their courageous battle, and their efforts to help educate college students about campus fire safety. Several other survivors, parents, educators, will also be part of our event - along with key people that helped Shawn and Alvaro to tell their story and to help other students.

Places ..... The Seton Hall incident had a major impact on fire codes and campus fire safety over the last 20 years too.  Worldwide and nationwide fire and life safety codes experts, major manufacturers, non-profit partners, engineers and consultants will present and participate in panel discussions concerning the protection and prevention solutions implemented to protect lives and property since the Seton Hall incident. 

Progress ..... Twenty + years have also passed since the initial campus fire safety talks and the first Forum, held at NFPA Headquarters.  CCFS has grown considerably since then and today is the only nationwide, member-based, non-profit organization, dedicated exclusively to college campus, and off-campus, fire and life safety.

Presidents ..... We'll also celebrate our past and current CCFS Presidents and key contributors over the last twenty + years to share their history with CCFS and their vision for the future of campus fire safety. We're still working out the details of our President's Reception ... but we're planning to pay our respect to those lost on 9-11, and will tour the memorial wall at the World Trade Center. (Sponsored by Johnson Controls).  


REGISTRATION IS NOT OPEN AT THIS TIME FOR ANY OF OUR FORUMS,
HOWEVER WE ARE CONTINUING PLANNING EFFORTS AND WILL ANNOUNCE
REGISTRATION SOON.


CLICK HERE AND WE'LL KEEP YOU ADVISED