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  • 5 Sep 2018 12:41 PM | Cathleen Childers (Administrator)

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  • 3 Apr 2018 10:20 AM | Cathleen Childers (Administrator)

    Thanks to all our members and guests for participating in our bi-annual Technical Seminar at FDNY Headquarters this past Tuesday. With the registration fees and generous donations from Victaulic, JENSEN HUGHES, and Viking, we are able to donate a portion of proceeds to the FDNY Foundation - Lieutenant Michael Davdson's Children's Educational Fund. Please stay tuned for additional donations we will be making to other Fire Protection organizations. 

    See the following link for additional information on Lieutenant Michael Davidson.

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  • 19 Mar 2018 9:13 AM | Anonymous
    Copies of the presentations of the technical presentations given at each meeting are becoming available to members in good standing.


    1. Ensure that your membership status is up to date. If you feel your membership status is in error (we had to transfer our old records into the new system, so this is possible) please email SFPENYMetro@gmail.com.

    2. Log in to your account at SFPENYMetro.wildapricot.org.

    3. Access the Presentations site:

    Presentations

    Enjoy!

  • 6 Feb 2018 6:25 PM | Cathleen Childers (Administrator)

    Members of the Chapter participated in the annual PE Question Writing session last Tuesday. In addition to promoting the Chapter for National Recognition, this event helps promote and maintain a separate PE Exam for Fire Protection Engineers. If you're interested in this event, look for the next session January 2019!



  • 10 Jan 2018 10:46 AM | Anonymous

    Please joint SFPE NY Metro chapter member and director Maria Theodori for a live Webinar presented by SFPE National. 

    Monday, January 22, 2018 11:00 AM Eastern Time

    Register for SFPE Webinar!

    Presented by Maria Theodori, Fire Engineer, Arup

    Wildfires are occurring with increasing frequency and intensity as a result of longer and drier fire weather season due to climate change. Consequently, wildfires emit black and brown carbon aerosols into the atmosphere, which have been proven to be a large contributor of global warming. The technology and strategies that are used to mitigate wildfire risk should also be sustainable solutions to serve climate goals, since the two matters are interdependent. Recent advancements in WUI and climate resiliency against wildfires include the use of satellite monitoring for fire and emissions detection, the improvement of risk assessment and fire propagation models, and the enforcement of WUI building code and policy. As fire engineers, it is critical that we promote and continue to enhance these climate-smart solutions for mitigating wildfire risk.


  • 9 Jan 2018 7:09 PM | Anonymous

    This morning, the NY Metro Chapter of SFPE held its annual joint meeting with the Fire Safety Directors' Assocation. The meeting was held at the NYC Fire Museum and is one of the most heavily attended events of the year. Attendees were able to get an update on upcoming changes to Fire/Life Safety Director requirements from FDNY Chief of Fire Prevention Ronald Spadafora.

    The meeting closed with a presentation from Beth Tubbs, PE, FSFPE from the International Code Council, entitled "United Kingdom Grenfell Fire and ICC Codes."

  • 24 Jul 2017 2:38 PM | Cathleen Childers (Administrator)

    SFPE has recognized 8 of its members as Fellows for 2017. SFPE Fellows represent a distinguished group of members who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession. Election to Fellow not only recognizes the achievements of fire protection engineers as individuals, but also their significant contribution to fire protection engineering and society globally.

    Two of the fellows are long-time members and frequent attendees of the NY Metro Chapter. Please join us in congratulating them!

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