Racing to the Future Conference - November 3-7, 2019

 
Racing to the Future Conference - November 3-7, 2019
71st Annual Florida Fire Prevention
            Conference
                November 3-7, 2019
      Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort
                100 N. Atlantic Ave.
              Daytona Beach, FL 32118

         Racing to the Future
     Conference General Schedule and Information
Racing to the Future Conference - November 3-7, 2019
Racing to the Future Conference - November 3-7, 2019
Racing to the Future Conference - November 3-7, 2019
FFMIA would like to take this opportunity to thank our
         Premier members and sponsors.
           Legacy Level Membership

          Platinum Level Membership

                  Meal Sponsors
Racing to the Future Conference - November 3-7, 2019
GENERAL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Sunday, November 3, 2019
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm     FFMIA Board Meeting
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm     Registration Open
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm     Pre-Conference Classes

Monday, November 4, 2019
7:00 am – 4:00 pm     Registration and Information Desk Open
9:00 am – Noon        Opening Ceremony, Award Presentations and Keynote Speaker
8:00 am – 5:00 pm     Exhibitor Move In
Noon – 1 PM           Lunch – Provided by Wiginton
1:00 pm– 5:30 pm      General Session(s)
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm     Exhibit Hall Open – EXHIBITOR OPTION due to off-site conference activities
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm     Social Event

Tuesday, November 5, 2019
7:00 am – 4:00 pm     Registration and Information Desk Open
8:00 am – 7:00 pm     Exhibit Hall Open
8:00 am – 5:00 pm     Educational Sessions
12 noon – 1:00 pm     Lunch - Provided by KNOX
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm     Educational Sessions
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm     Vendor Showcase/Exhibitor Reception – hors d’ouevres, cash bar, raffle, door
prizes

Wednesday, November 6, 2019
7:00 am – 4:00 pm     Registration and Information Desk Open
8:00 am – Noon        Educational Sessions
8:00 am – 11:00 am    Exhibit Hall Open (exhibitor’s option) followed by Exhibitor move out
12 noon – 1:00 pm     Lunch Break (on own)
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm     Educational Sessions
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm     71st Annual Conference Social Event to honor award recipients – Luau on the
patio

Thursday, November 7, 2019
7:00 am – 9:00 am     Registration and Information Desk Open
8:00 am – Noon        Educational Sessions

         This program is sponsored in part by:
Racing to the Future Conference - November 3-7, 2019
COURSE AND PROGRAM SCHEDULE
                                     SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Sunday, November 3, 2019
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm    FFMIA Board Meeting

1:00 pm – 5:00 pm    Registration and Information Desk Open

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm    NFPA 1 Chapter 18 Fire Department Access and Water Supply
                     Anthony Apfelbeck
                     3 CEUs         RN: 14209             Class: 91902
                     Salons 5-8

Monday, November 4, 2019
7:00 am – 4:00 pm    Registration and Information Desk Open
                     Convention Registration Area

9:00 am – 11:00 am   Opening Ceremonies – Racing to the Future
                     Salons 5-8

11:00 am – Noon      Keynote Presentation: Lauren Pasqualone - Racing to the Future
                     1 CEU          RN: 15820              Class: 102362
                     Salons 5-8

Noon – 1:00 pm       Lunch – Sprinkler System Overview – Provided by Wiginton
                     1 CEU           RN: 15838              Class: 102986
                     Salons 5-8

Noon – 5:00 pm       Exhibit Hall Open – Orchid Ballroom - vendor option
                     Salons 1-4

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm    Introduction to Florida’s Statewide Emergency Response - TJ Lyon
                     2 CEUs          RN: 15837               Class: 102987
                     Salons 5-8

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm    Update from the State Fire Marshal’s Office – Julius Halas, Casia Cinco
                     2 CEUs        RN: 3375                 Class: 101423
                     Salons 5-8

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm    Social Event – Game Night
                     Oceanview Room and Deck - hors d’ouevres, cash bar

Tuesday, November 5, 2019
7:00 am – 4:00 pm    Registration and Information Desk Open
                     Convention Registration
Racing to the Future Conference - November 3-7, 2019
Tuesday, November 5, 2019 (Continued)
8:00 am – 7:00 pm   Exhibit Hall Open
                    Salons 1-4

8:00 am – Noon      Introduction to Post Blast Investigation – Brandon Ball
                    8 CEUs (all day)        RN: 15765                Class: 101689
                    Flagler A

8:00 am – Noon      The Fire and Smoke Door Inspection Process – Steve Bolin
                    4 CEUs                RN: 14036                Class: 101424
                    Flagler B

8:00 am – Noon      Outdoor Fireworks Display, Indoor Close Proximity & Special FX including Flame
                    effects – Gregg Smith
                    8 CEUs (all day)       RN: 15800               Class: 102001
                    Salons 5-8

8:00 am – Noon      Energy Storage Systems-Fire safety in the 2018 IFCRC & NFPA 1 – Kelly Nicolello
                    4 CEUs                RN: 15754                 Class: 101687
                    Flagler C

Noon – 1:00 pm      Lunch – eLock and Blue Box Programs - Provided by KNOX
                    1 CEU                  RN: 15812              Class: 102149
                    Salons 5-8

1:00 pm – 5:00 pm   Introduction to Post Blast Investigation – Brandon Ball – CONTINUED
                    8 CEUs (all day)        RN: 15765                Class: 101689
                    Flagler A

1:00 pm – 5:00 pm   Community Risk Reduction and the Life Safety Ecosystem – Robby Dawson
                    4 CEUs                RN: 15753                Class: 102060
                    Flagler B

1:00 pm – 5:00 pm   Emerging Trends for Fire Inspectors – Kelly Nicolello
                    4 CEUs                  RN: 15418                Class: 101672
                    Flagler C

1:00 pm – 5:00 pm   Outdoor Fireworks Display, Indoor Close Proximity & Special FX including Flame
                    effects- CONTINUED – Gregg Smith
                    8 CEUs (all day)       RN: 15800               Class: 102001
                    Salons 5-8

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm   Vendor Showcase/Exhibitor Reception/New Product Showcase
                    hors d’ouevres, cash bar, raffle, and door prizes
                    2 CEUs                  RN: 12018                 Class: 101447
                    Salons 1-4
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Wednesday, November 6, 2019
7:30 am – 4:00 pm    Registration and Information Desk Open
                     Convention Registration

8:00 am – Noon       Fire Investigation Methodology in Accordance with NFPA 1033 and 921 -
                     Brandon Ball, Robert Stephens
                     4 CEUs                  RN: 15764             Class: 101691
                     Flagler A

8:00 am – Noon       Emergency Responder Radio Communication Enhancement Systems
                     David Thompson – Honeywell
                     4 CEUs               RN: 15248            Class: 101457
                     Flagler C

8:00 am – 10:00 am   Emergency Responder Radio Systems the Florida Perspective -
                     Safer Buildings Coalition
                     2 CEUs                   RN: 15414           Class: 102249
                     Flagler B

10:00 am – Noon      Are you a supervisor or want to be one? Get the best from your team! –
                     Shar Beddow
                     2 CEUs                  RN: 15798              Class: 102059
                     Flagler B

8:00 am – Noon       Fire Sprinkler System Plan Review – Roland Asp
                     8 CEUs (all day)         RN: 15799             Class: 102150
                     NOTE: Students need to bring a copy of NFPA 13 for this class
                     Salons 5-9

Noon – 1:00 pm       Lunch (on own)

1:00 pm – 5:00 pm    Arc flash Safety for Fire Inspectors – Marty Perrone
                     4 CEUs                     RN: 11837              Class: 101459
                     Flagler A

1:00 pm – 5:00 pm    Extreme Alarm Science Boot Camp – Jeffrey Zwirn
                     4 CEUs                RN: 15448               Class: 101458
                     Flagler B

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm    Photo Luminescent Egress Pathway Lighting and NFPA – Zachary Green
                     2 CEUs                RN: 14192              Class 101456
                     Flagler C

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm    Florida Administrative Code 61G15 – Steve Kowkabany
                     2 CEUs                  RN: 15797             Class: 102002
                     Flagler C
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Wednesday, November 6, 2019 (Continued)
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm    Fire Sprinkler System Plan Review – Roland ASP – CONTINUED
                     8 CEUs                   RN: 15799             Class: 102150
                     Salons 5-8

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm    FFMIA: Legislative Updates and Current Trends (Annual membership Meeting)
                     2 CEUs                 RN: 14518               Class: 103347
                     Ponce De Leon Room

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm    Social Event and honoring of award recipients
                     Oceanview Room and deck
Thursday, November 7, 2019
7:30 am – 9:00 am    Registration and Information Desk Open
                     Convention Registration

8:00 am – 10:00 am   Florida Alternative Power Requirements for Assisted Living Facilities –
                     Marty Perrone
                     2 CEUs                  RN: 15269              Class: 101460
                     Flagler C

10:00 am - Noon      NFPA 855 Energy Storage Systems – Robbie Dawson
                     2 CEUs                RN: 15767             Class: 102061
                     Flagler C

8:00 am – 10:00 am   Dispensing Propane Safety – The Inspectors Point of View – Carl Weeks
                     2 CEUs                 RN: 15829               Class: 102371
                     Flagler A

10:00 am – Noon      Mobile Food Vendor – Propane Safety – Carl Weeks
                     2 CEUs                RN: 15830              Class: 102372
                     Flagler A

8:00 am – 10:00 am   DAS 101 – Len Marella
                     2 CEUs                RN: 15234                  Class: 101461
                     Salons 5-8

10:00 am – Noon      Florida Fire Prevention Code Development Workshop – Casia Cinco
                     2 CEUs 9/9               RN: 15821           Class: State of FL
                     Salons 5-8

8:00 am – 10:00 am   Coating Fire Sprinkler Systems – Steve Mori
                     2 CEUs                   RN: 15766               Class: 102062
                     Flagler B

10:00 am – Noon      Public Records in the Age of Social Media - Pat Gleason
                     2 CEUs                  RN: 15769                Class: 102063
                     Flagler B
Racing to the Future Conference - November 3-7, 2019
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
Arc Flash Safety for Fire Inspectors. – Marty Perrone
The NFPA 70E contains six specific safety measures as required by OSHA to be accomplished within a reasonable period of time
before a business/building owner can become Arc Flash Compliant. The new final ruling of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269 was finalized
on April 14, 2014 and became law on July 10, 2014. This informative four (4) hour program demonstrates why OSHA considers
ARC FLASH such a huge priority and provides everything Fire Marshals, Inspectors and Rescue Personnel need to know. Learn
National Government Safety Regulations that were designed to help you protect your buildings, employees, vendors and clients
from a Deadly Arc Flash Explosion. Learn specific Life-Safety practices, and procedures Host Employers, Contract Employers,
FFMIA members must follow and document in order to Limit Their Financial Liability.

Are you a Supervisor or do you want to be one – Get the most from your team – Shar Beddow
In this session we will review leadership experts such as Friedman, Drucker, and others. Review leadership
theories, and traits, as well as discuss behavioral, transformational, transactional, and other theories. We will
discuss peer reviewed leadership and corporation successes as well as working with different personalities, how to
create and support team environments, what is a healthy work and home life balance.

Coating Fire Sprinkler Systems – Steven Mori
The course will focus on understanding the technology of “In-place Pipe Restoration” by epoxy coating the inside of fire
sprinkler piping systems to prevent corrosion and MIC in accordance with NFPA 13 Standards.

Community Risk Reduction and the Life Safety Ecosystem – Robby Dawson
This session will review Fire and Life Safety Ecosystem and the critical processes needed to perform a Community Risk
Assessment, develop a Community Risk Reduction Plan, and identify evaluation metrics based on the risks identified and the
plan’s objectives. This program is based on the new NFPA Standard 1300 – Community Risk Assessment and Community Risk
Reduction Plan Development. At the end of this program, attendees will be able to identify local sources of data that can be
used to conduct a formal risk assessment and identify causal factors that can be reduced or eliminated through a formal
planning and evaluation process.

DAS 101 – Lenn Marella
This course provides a basic understanding of DAS or Public Safety Two Way Radio Enhancement Systems. The training will
provide information at a practical level that will aid inspectors and Fire Marshals in the their ability to understand the operation
of these systems, recognize their components, decide on appropriate rules for their municipality, and inspect them more
effectively.

Dispensing Propane Safety – Carl Weeks
This course covers dispenser safety, propane characteristics, rules and regulations, installation requirements, dispenser tank,
piping, meter and required emergency response mitigation valves. Cylinder inspection, requalification and D.O.T. transportation
laws. Safe filling of recreational vehicles, food trucks (A.S.M.E. and DOT tanks), auto-fuel filling and other dispensing
applications. Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and Fire Extinguishing use, techniques and training. Incident reporting, and
fire and rescue emergency response. Cylinder disposal.

elock and Blue Box Programs – Wendy Fecteau
A major leap forward in technology and innovation for rapid access, the Knox eLock System is the first complete electronic rapid
access solution for emergency responders. The Knox eLock System is designed for maximum security, access, and complete
accountability while delivering the ruggedness and quality you have come to expect from the Knox Company.

Emergency Responder Radio Communication Enhancement Systems - David Thompson
Very informational presentation of the evolution of code requirements for ERRCES. Presentation defines the reasons for
Emergency Responder Radio Signal impairment inside buildings, code required methods and definitions of measuring those
signals and code definition of the required solution for those impairments. Presentation will discuss difference in State and
Local requirements across the US. UL 2524 will also be discussed as part of the presentation and the System requirements that
includes to make these systems robust, safe, reliable and not cause issues with a Public Safety Radio Network it is connected to.
This is a shortened version of a previously approved course as we will not have an engineer present for this training to explain
engineering specifics.
Emergency Responder Radio Communication System (ERRCS): Florida Perspective – Safer Buildings Coalition
The Safer Buildings Coalition’s Public Safety In-Building Radio Booster System Code Training course is designed to provide
attendees with an understanding of the technologies, design considerations, and application of model fire codes and standards
(International Fire Code and National Fire Protection Association Standards #72 & #1221) related to In-Building Public Safety RF
Booster Systems. This version of the course places special focus on Florida Amendments to the code and topics known to be of
interest in Florida.

Emerging Trends for Fire Inspectors – Kelly Nicolello
The hazards and processes exposed to first responders is ever changing. New products and processes are continuously being
introduced. The best way to avoid injury to the public and first responders is to become aware of what these emerging items
are and to begin to explore what they are and how they might affect responding personnel. Examples of issues on the horizon
that we will be discussing are; Light Weight Steel Construction, Inflatable Spray Booths, Power over the Ethernet (PoE) NFPA 72,
Internet of Things (IoT) NFPA 72, and Smoke Alarm standards update requirements. Additionally, it’s important for first
responders to know how they can find out more information, therefore we’ll spend time understanding resources available to
them.

Energy Storage Systems – Fire safety concepts in the 2018 IFC-RC and NFPA 1 – Kelly Nicolello
Energy storage systems are showing up in ever increasing numbers, which creates challenges for fire and building officials who
must address a new generation of fire safety concerns. These systems include modern stationary battery systems, electrical
capacitors systems and other technologies. This session provides an overview of these systems and discusses requirements that
will appear in the 2018 IFC, IRC and NFPA 1. A good session for keeping you ahead of the curve on upcoming code
requirements.

Extreme Alarm Science Boot Camp - Jeffrey Zwirn
Burglar and Fire Alarm Systems have been scientifically and technically proven in both state and federal courts to act as a silent
witness as to where the fire started, what happened, what did not happen, and to also demonstrate technical indicators of
fraudulent activity and/or deception. This program has been specifically designed to provide expert assistance and a
heightened sense of awareness to the investigator in order to be a critically important tool in the methodology of investigating
all types of fire loss cases and claims where the premises has an alarm system. Actual case studies will be presented where the
alarm system was found to be improperly installed, where it was found to be tampered with and how this mission critical
information was utilized in both Plaintiff and Defendant Claims.

Fire and Smoke Door Inspection Process, NFPA 80 and 105 – Travis Worthington
The AHJ – Fire Door Inspection Process is a course designed to provide Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ’s) an introduction to
the inspection of swinging fire doors. This course will focus primarily on NFPA® 80-(2013) Standard for Fire Doors and Other
Opening Protectives - Chapter 4 General Requirements, Chapter 5 Care and Maintenance (Sections 5.2; 5.2.3; and 5.2.3.5) and
Chapter 6 Swinging Doors with Builders Hardware.

Fire Research Methodology, Scene Documentation, and Peer Review Process in accordance with NFPA 921 and
1033 – Brandon Ball, Robert Stephens
The focus of this course will be on the research methodology and practices in the field of fire science as it relates to fire and
explosion investigations. The course will examine the relationship between theory and practice as well as the development of a
coherent, integrated understanding of industry standards and requirements of a well-organized, scientific based fire scene
investigation that includes the application of sound scientific methodologies and proper documentation of the investigation.
The course utilizes specific chapters from the Fire Investigator: Principles and Practice to NFPA 921 and 1033, 5e textbook as
well as outside material such as exemplar reports and other Subject Matter Expert materials to provide fire investigators with
up-to-date information and knowledge to aid in their roles during investigations.

Fire Sprinkler System Plan Review – FFSA
Examining fire sprinkler shop drawings, cut sheets and hydraulic calculations is a primary duty of the authority having
jurisdiction. This course will provide a method of reviewing plans and other fire sprinkler documents that is efficient and
thorough. Attendees will learn what documents to accept to start a review, what steps to take through the fire sprinkler design
and systems review, and how to have confidence while reviewing hydraulic calculations. This course applies current codes and
standards to fire sprinkler systems from the initial site plan review, through the construction documents, to the as-built
drawings. Significant time on how to effectively communicate deficiencies to the design professional. Students will receive a
handout that provides detailed checklists with expert commentary that is useful to the fire sprinkler plan reviewer for years to
come.
Florida Administrative Code 61G15 – Steve Kowkabany
The presentation shall provide a review of the Florida Administrative Code 61G15 which details the requirements of permit
drawings for sprinkler systems and fire alarm systems within Florida Buildings. The review shall cover a brief history of the code
requirement and purpose, the individual sprinkler and alarm requirements, when permit drawings are required, as well as the
responsibilities of the engineer, contractor, and code official.

Florida Alternative Power Requirements for Assisted Living Facilities – Marty Perrone
What is The SB 7028 - Alternative Power Source Bill? This Bill passed the House of Representatives on March 9, 2018 requiring
ALF’s (Assisted Living Facilities) Limited Nursing Facilities and Limited Mental Health Facilities to comply with the new ruling no
later than January 19, 2019. This course will explore, who is being affected by this new ruling, what Emergency Environmental
Controls are in place, what fueling, and storage requirements are in place and how can Fire Inspectors & Fire Marshals help.

Introduction to Florida’s Statewide Emergency Response - TJ Lyon
This is an abbreviated version of the six (6) hour approved SERP training targeting young fire officers for deployment. During
this course, students will be introduced to Florida's system, components, benefits, and how the system works. Students will
also learn the components and processes for mutual aid and the associated documentation necessary and where to find it.

Introduction to Post Blast Investigations/Explosive Identification – Brandon Ball and others
This course will provide the student with a general understanding of explosives identification, explosives safety, evidence
identification, and the general framework behind properly processing and exploiting a post blast scene. The students will be
provided with lecture material concerning general explosives knowledge and safety and how to properly identify and collect
items of evidentiary value. The student will further be exposed to tabletop exercises of pieces and parts of actual IED
components, both pre-blast and post blast. This class will be taught by a certified bomb technician. (Note—This 8-hour class will
not satisfy the requirements from the FSFC for the 40-hour Post Blast Investigations in pursuit of the Fire Investigator
certification).

Keynote Presentation – Lauren Pasqualone
The world is changing at the speed of a NASCAR race, and the fire prevention and community risk reduction industry is racing to
the future with it. In the opening keynote of the 71st Annual Florida Fire Prevention Conference, attendees will learn to “lead
with speed.” By applying the success strategies of high-performance racing teams to their leadership roles, FFMIA members will
leave on track to deliver winning results through their personal performance while propelling their agencies and communities
forward.

Mobile Food Vendor Propane Safety – Carl Weeks
This course includes food trucks, temporary food vendors and cooking operations where the general public congregates. No
tents. This course covers Mobile Food Vendor Propane Safety, propane characteristics, codes rules and regulations, gas leak
detection, carbon monoxide poisoning, DOT and ASME cylinders and tanks utilized in the portable food service industry,
cooking equipment, generators, cleaning, parking, emergency response tactics, flaring and employee training and owner
responsibility.

NFPA 1 Chapter 18, Fire Department Access and Water Supply – Anthony Apfelbeck
This course covers the application of NFPA 1 Chapter 18 as it pertains to water supply and fire department access. Some of the
topics covered include the application of the section, access boxes, roadways, fire flow requirements, fire hydrants, and
addressing buildings other than one- or two-family dwellings.

NFPA 855 Energy Storage Systems Introduction and Overview – Robby Dawson
This session will provide attendees with an overview of the new NFPA Standard on Installation of Stationary Energy Storage
Systems which establishes criteria for minimizing hazards associated with this emerging technology. This session will highlight a
recent catastrophic incident that seriously injured several emergency responders and caused significant damage to a fixed
facility and outline the provisions of NFPA 855 which can mitigate those risks. While this standard is new and not incorporated
into existing codes and regulations, inspectors can use this as a guidance document and implement the safety precautions to
ensure the safety of residents, occupants, and firefighters.

Outdoor Fireworks Display, Indoor Close Proximity & Special FX including Flame effects – Gregg Smith
This course will cover some interesting history about the fireworks and pyrotechnics industry and the vast array of products
and applications for use by the professional industry. Additionally, we will cover all regulating and enforcement agencies,
Federal, State & Local who have oversite including; safety, security, possession, transportation use and storage of fireworks &
pyrotechnic products. We will include all applicable codes and standards which may apply; NFPA 1123,1124,1126 & 160 as well
as Life safety, state & local laws and best industry practices. Updates on new industry products & technologies along with
changes, additions & updates to NFPA codes & standards will be discussed and we will introduce and review APA outdoor and
indoor operator training programs which will include product examples as well as real event use videos. We will also discuss
handling & repurposing of unused and out of spec fireworks and pyrotechnic products and provide a look at the future of
fireworks, pyrotechnics & special FX.

Photo luminescent Egress Pathway and Signage Code Changes and NFPA 101. – Zachary Green
Bringing Safety to Light is the goal of this program. After attending this program the student will be able to understand why
changes have been made to the Life Safety Code that pertain to luminous egress pathways, understand benefits of
photoluminescence markings in high rise stairwells, understand how photo luminescent EXIT signs conserve energy and reduce
waste, understand specific sections of the NFPA and IFC codes which require photoluminescence in stairwells.

Public Records in the Age of Social Media – Pat Gleason
This presentation will cover emerging issues resulting from the role technology play in the communication and retention of
public record as social media continues to complicate how local governments operate in the Sunshine State. Specifically, social
media platforms such as email, Facebook, Snapchat, Texts, and Tweets, among others present possible implications for
governmental agencies, yet are often overlooked when agencies are faced with public records requests. Retention of such
communications and records will also be discussed.

Sprinkler System Overview
This course is designed to provide students with a review of the various types of sprinkle systems and their components
including: Types of sprinklers, their components, exterior equipment, and fire pumps.

                        EXHIBITORS SCHEDULE
Sunday, November 3, 2019
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm            Registration open

Monday, November 4, 2018
7:00 am – 4:00 pm            Registration and Information Desk Open
8:00 am – 5:00 pm            Exhibit Hall open for move in
12:00 pm – 5 pm              Exhibit Hall open – EXHIBITOR OPTION

Tuesday, November 5, 2018
7:00 am – 4:00 pm            Registration and Information Desk Open
8:00 am – 7:00 pm            Exhibit Hall Open
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm            Vendor Showcase/Exhibitor Reception/Raffle Announcements
                                      Hors Devours, cash bar, raffle and prizes
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm            Exhibitor optional move out

Wednesday, November 6, 2018
7:00 am – 4:00 pm            Registration and Information Desk Open
8:00 am – 11:00 am           Exhibit Hall Open – EXHIBITOR OPTION
11:00 am – 1:00 pm           Exhibitor final move out

Those individuals who visit all the FFMIA exhibitors during the Vendor Showcase, and complete and turn
in the signature form, will be eligible to receive prizes. You must be present at the exhibit hall to win,
and prizes are selected by random drawing.
FFMIA Would like to take this opportunity to thank
          our conference sponsors.

                     Platinum

                      Gold

                      Silver

                     Bronze
FFMIA Would like to take this opportunity to thank this year’s
                   conference exhibitors.
                             3M
                        AGF Manufacturing, Inc.
                           Alliance Corporation
                American Fire Sprinkler Association - FL
                                  Anritsu
                  Brycer LLC – The Compliance Engine
                             Building Reports
                            Cintas Corporation
                                 DIXIEPLY
                                 DynaFire
              EPR Systems USA, Inc. – FireWorks Software
                              Feel Good, Inc.
                     First Net AT&T/AT&T Mobility
                   Florida Fire Sprinkler Association
                              GLD Group, Inc.
                             HetNet Wireless
                      Honeywell Fire - Distribution
                                   KNOX
                                Mobile Eyes
                          Nationwide Insurance
                                  NuFlow
                                 PDCS, LLC
                               Radio One Inc.
                        Safer Buildings Coalition
                           SLS Consulting, Inc.
                      TheFireDepartmentApp.com
                        Westell Technologies Inc.
 FFMIA is proudly celebrating our 42nd Anniversary and the 71st Anniversary of
the Florida Fire Prevention Conference, encouraging the next generation of Fire
            Inspectors, Fire Investigators, and Public Fire Educators.
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