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The following classes have been presented at previous TFSIA Educational Conferences:

2016-
Flexible Sprinkler Heads 101 – Eric McWhirter (Victaulic)
Why Codes Matter / ICC cdpAccess – Robert Neale (ICC)
NFPA 80, Standard for Fire Doors – Kristin Bigda, P.E. (NFPA)
2012 ICC Commercial Kitchen Hoods – Terrell Stripling (ICC)
Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Fire Sprinkler Systems – Jason Webb (NFSA)
ISO for Inspectors – David Miller (ISO)

2015 –
Evaluating Performance-Based Design – David Kerr (Deputy Chief/Fire Marshal, Plano TX), presented by Knox Company
Firestopping: Ensuring Life Safety Through Knowledgeable Plan Review and Field Inspection – John Valiulis (Hilti)
NFPA 1123: Code for Fireworks Display – Lansden Hill, Jr. (Pyro Shows)
Mass Notification, Clean Agents, Fire Alarm Communications – Max McLeod (Siemens Industry)
Leading Company-Based Fire Prevention & Inspection Activity – Michael Evans (Deputy Chief, Brighton Area Fire Authority, MI)
NFPA 1126: Pyrotechnics Before a Proximate Audience – Michael Walden (Pyro Shows)

2014 –
Inspector Right of Entry – Robert Davidson (Fire Marshal, South Brunswick NJ, Ret.)
The IFC & Healthcare Occupancies – Jonathan Flannery (American Society for Healthcare Engineering)
Fire Alarms: NFPA 72 (2010), Fire Detection Innovations, and Fire Alarm Intelligibility – Maria Marks (Siemens)
Enhancing Public Safety with Customer Service – Bruce Johnson (International Code Council)
Daycares and NFPA – Joe Versteeg (Versteeg Associates, CT)
Fire Codes and Ammonia Refrigeration – Jeff Shapiro (International Code Consultants)

2013 –
Fire Prevention Customer Service and a Fire Marshal’s Role in Reducing Fire – Michael O’Brian (Fire Chief, Brighton Area Fire Auhority, MI)
NFPA 3 & 4 – Warren Olsen (FSCI) & Dan Finnegan (Siemens)
Challenges of Wireless Fire Alarm Systems – Art Black (Carmel Fire Protection Associates, CA)
Leading a Fire Prevention Division; Cooperation between Building Officials & Fire Marshals – Tony Apfelback (Fire Marshal/Building Official, Altamonte Springs, FL)
Changes to the 2012 IFC – Terrell Stripling (International Code Council)
Fighting Fires in Sprinklered Buildings – Robert Fisher (FM Global)

2012 –
2006 IBC Solving Means of Egress in Commercial Buildings – Terrell Stripling (International Code Council)
Life Safety Code for Healthcare Occupancies – Chip Carson (Carson Associates, Inc., VA)
It’s More Than Codes & Standards: Reducing Fires Through Leadership – Michael O’Brian (Fire Chief, Brighton Area Fire Authority, MI)
NFPA 72: Changes from 2007 to 2010 Editions – Richard Roux (NFPA)
Practical Fire Sprinkler Inspections – Michael O’Brian (Fire Chief, Brighton Area Fire Authority, MI)
Codes and Firefighter Safety – Sean DeCrane (Cleveland Division of Fire, OH)

2011 –
Commissioning & Acceptance Testing of Sprinkler Systems – John Corso (National Fire Sprinkler Association)
NFPA 72, Fire Alarm Systems – Warren Olsen (Fire Safety Consultants, Inc., IL)
Dust Explosions – Patrick Thornton & Tom Christman (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TN)
Fire Pump Basics – Mark Blackwelder (D&F Distributors)
NFPA 101, Life Safety Code (2006 ed.) – Jim Dolan (NFPA)
Managing Prevention & Investigation Bureaus – Brett Lacey (Colorado Springs Fire Department, CO)
CPVC Piping Installation Requirements & Procedures – John Corso (National Fire Sprinkler Association)

2010 –
Prevention: The Key to Firefighter & Economic Survival – Mike Chiaramonte (Lynbrook NY Fire, Ret.)
Above Ground Storage Tanks, Flammable & Combustible Liquids – Scott Stookey (International Code Council)
Fire Main Installation and Standard of Care – Randall Barnes, PE
Ethics for Inspectors & Legal Department Assistance – Shauna Billingsley & Kristen Corn (Attorneys, City of Franklin, TN)
Computer Modeling for Code Officials – Dr. Jim Munger (James G Munger & Associates, AL/PA) & Rick Merck (Montgomery Co. MD)
Industrial Fire Hazards & Specialized Extinguishing Systems – Greg Jakubowski
The Importance of Progress Inspections on Large Projects: A Hospital Case Study – Keith Frangiamore (Fire Safety Consultants, Inc. IL)
Fire Service Elevator Controls and High Rise Requirements – Mel Cosgrove (International Code Council)