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Congressional Fire Services Institute Webinar Series

Every member of the community needs to be aware of this great webinar series being conducted by our good friend and training community member Bill Webb, who is the director of the Congressional Fire Services Inst. . Please let every member in your department know about this important webinar series.

CFSI Webinar Series
DATE: 7/1/2009
TIME: 2:00 - 2:30PM EST
LOCATION: Your personal computer!
COST: Free
RSVP: Email malderfer@cfsi.org by 7/1/2009


Moderated by Bill Webb, CFSI Executive Director, the program will feature Alan Shuman, President of the National Association of State Fire Marshals. The two of them will talk about key initiatives being advanced by the Fire Marshals throughout the nation including efforts to ban the sale of novelty lighters and to enact fire-safe cigarette legislation throughout the country. In addition, the two will discuss how the state fire marshals are working within their respective states to make the Fourth of July a safe holiday for all Americans.


To register for this webinar please email malderfer@cfsi.org.

Established in 1989 as a nonprofit, nonpartisan policy institute, CFSI is designed to educate members of Congress about the needs and challenges of our nation's fire and emergency services so that the federal government provides the types of training and funding needed by our first responders.

For CFSI, success is built around education. In an effort to better educate Congress about the needs of the fire service, and to keep the fire service informed on activities in our nation's capital, we are proud to launch the CFSI Webinar Series. Each month CFSI will host a webinar featuring members of Congress, Congressional staff, federal officials, or fire service leaders discussing the pertinent national issues affecting the fire and emergency services.



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