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FSSA Prepares to Celebrate 30th Annual Meeting February 25, 2012

Posted by shawnpci in Fire Protection, Fire Systems, FSSA, Uncategorized.
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The Fire Suppression Systems Association is set to celebrate 30 years of fire protection excellence beginning tonight at the opening reception at the Rancho Las Palmas Resort in Rancho Mirage, CA.

Over 150 attendees will gather to renew friendships, share industry experiences and learn about new activities and initiatives being undertaken by the FSSA.

The in addition to numerous committee reporting sessions, this three day annual meeting features several seminars including:

  • Keynote Speaker:   economist Alan Beaulieu
  • Technical Session:  Fire Protection Challenges with Hot Aisle/Cold Aisle Containment in Data Centers
  • Educational Session:  Liability for the NICET Designer
  • Educational Session:  Maximizing Your Productivity & Efficiency When You’re On the Road

Industry leaders William Eckholm, President and CEO of Firetrace International, and Roger Bourgeois, Founder and President of Bourgeois & Associates, Inc., will be presented with FSSA’s Leadership Award during the President’s Banquet on Monday evening, February 27th.

The FSSA Leadership Award is presented annually to honor individuals in the special hazards fire protection industry that have shown great leadership and responsibility in their professional and personal lives. When choosing a recipient, the FSSA Awards Committee takes into consideration a variety of attributes including dedication to and longevity in the industry, integrity and fairness in their work, and a desire for innovation and change to improve the industry.

To learn more visit:  www.fssa.net.

The 30th Annual Meeting concludes on Tuesday, February 28th.

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