Webinar Schedule 


  • Webinars are free to Members. 
  • You will also receive ICC re-certification CEU's at no charge (for attending the entire webinar).
  • Members can also access a library of webinars at no cost.

  • Webinars are free to Non-Members as well.
  • If you want CCFS to issue CEU's, there is a $50. admin fee pre ICC CEU/per webinar.  

Non-Members .... SAVE $$$$  ... Become a Member and attend Webinars all year at no cost +++ receive free ICC CEU's.  
In many cases membership is only $50. per year (See qualifications).

 Most CCFS Webinars are ICC Preferred Provider Accredited.

     2022 Webinar Wednesday Schedule 

Join us for Webinar Wednesday's ... every other Wednesday (typically).  Webinars are approved for ICC re-certification CEU's. 

Presenters:  Want to present?  There are several Wednesday's still open - simply complete this form

Date (2022) Time (EST) Webinar ICC More/Register
Sep 14  Oct 15  1 PM

Now On Demand through October 15, 2022.
Turning Tragedy into Advocacy, Chief Dan Jones and Common Voices Advocate Bonnie Woodruff, NFSA (Previously recorded session)


Sept 28  1 PM

Understanding Lightning Protection and Passive Fire Protection Systems, Mr. St Onge, UL (Previously recorded session)


Oct 5 1PM

Improving Occupant Safety with Fire and Life Safety Integrations, Steve Brewer, Edwards and Michael Stas, Kidde Engineered Systems



Jan 18 1PM

A Cause for Alarm, Nikki James Zellner, Founder, CarbonMonoxideInSchools.org




Featured Webinar 2022:

Each year CCFS will feature several webinar for public viewing.  At the end of a 6-12 month period the webinar will be archived in our Members-Only area for future viewing.  To become a member click here.



Why You Should Care About Carbon Monoxide (CO)  (New Session)

Presented by: Charon McNabb, President National Carbon Monoxide Awareness Association, and Neal Zipser, Industry Affairs Manager, Knox

On Feb. 28, 2022, 17 students ended up in the hospital after a carbon monoxide (CO) leak at a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee residence hall. Another 400 students were evacuated. Luckily, no students died but this event should open the eyes to campuses nationwide as the "Silent Killer" is often overlooked. This webinar will examine what CO is, symptoms that you need to know about, why CO incidents are likely to increase, what can be done to decrease the risk of CO exposure, and much more.  Hear from Charon McNabb, the President of the National Carbon Monoxide Awareness Association, about how she suffered from CO poisoning for 11 years and how her organization is trying to strengthen code. Neal Zipser of Knox will provide a refresher on CO and demonstrate the features of the new Knox CO alarm. 
Learning Objectives: Gain a refresher on the causes, symptoms, and consequences of CO poisoning; Learn about the dangers of low-level CO exposure;  Learn why CO is an on-campus and off-campus housing threat; Hear why CO poisoning cases are expected to increase in the future
CO Brochure

About our Speakers:

Charon McNabb is the President and Founder with the National Carbon Monoxide Awareness Association (NCOAA). She holds a Bachelor’s of Science in electrical Engineering from Lawrence Technological University. She spent 25 years in automotive focused on new technology development with General Motors, Denso, and Magna International. She co-founded Global Advance Sales and Marketing in 2011, and helps guide manufacturers and inventors through the automotive sales process, driving growth and profitability. She founded the National Carbon Monoxide Awareness Association (NCOAA) in 2015, after struggling with 11-years of chronic CO poisoning from four leaks in her homes’ appliances and repeatedly receiving misdiagnoses. NCOAA’s mission is to initiate a global conversation on the diagnoses, treatment, and prevention of chronic & acute carbon monoxide poisoning by organizing available COP information and driving change to improve diagnostics, detection, treatment, and standards.

Neal Zipser is the Industry Affairs Manager with the Knox Company, and has the same role with the company’s new Knox Safety division. Neal manages the company relationships Knox has with fire industry organizations and is the company’s primary liaison with the fire service. In his current role, Neal works with fire departments and industry/state associations on rapid entry programs, public education activities and other community risk reduction initiatives, including carbon monoxide (CO) awareness. Prior to joining Knox, he held the same position with Kidde and spoke regularly on home smoke alarm and CO detection technology and how families can better protect themselves from the hazards of fire. Before joining Kidde in 2012, Neal worked for 20 years in the automotive industry where he led marketing and communications activities for several organizations.



Campus Coffee Break 15 Minute Webinar Series - learn more!


AND ... MORE 45-60 MINUTE WEBINARS - Our Partners Offer Webinars too:

APPA Webinars

See Schedule

AFAA Webinars

See Schedule


Are you a Member of The Center ....  If you are a member login to see recordings of previous sessions.  You can click from here - or choose Members-Only . 

Webinar Videos on Demand