2-Day Conference Registration (AHJ)


AHJ registration for Tuesday, March 12 and Wednesday, March 13 for the 2019 SFPE Greater Atlanta Chapter Fire Safety Conference. Please select the Seminar you would like to attend Tuesday, March 12, and the sessions you would like to attend on Wednesday, March 13, by using the dropdown box below.

Important Note: Transfers between Tuesday Seminars is NOT permitted. However, transfers between Wednesday Sessions ARE permitted without notifying SFPE staff.

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Wednesday, Session 1 *

Wednesday, Sesssion 2 *

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Product Description

This registration includes your choice of 2020 SFPE Pre-Conference Seminars 1 – 4 on Tuesday, March 10th and the 2020 SFPE Fire Safety Conference on Wednesday, March 11th.

Tuesday Seminars March 10

Seminar 1

Sepcial Amusements: Aligning Regulatory Requirements with Creative Goals
– Various Speakers – Include a tour to Netherworld 

Seminar 2

Lithium Ion Battery Energy Storage Systems – Hazard Assessment and Fire Protection Issues

– Scott Stookey

Seminar 3

How to Prep for the P.E. Exam
– John Frank, P.E. Leader, Loss Prevention center of Expertise

Seminar 4

Fire Protection Systems Technology Symposium
–  Technology Symposium Schedule to be posted December 28th

Wednesday Sessions – March 11

Session 1A

The Do’s and Don’t of Smoke Control System Design  
–  Michael J. Ferreira, P.E., FSFPE Vice President Jensen Hughes 


Session 1B

Understanding NFPA 3000 – Standard for an Active Scooter/Hostile Event Response (ASHER) Program
–  Kyle Smith Battalion Chief – Cobb County Fire & Emergency Senior Hazmat Consultant – Teglian Engineering and Consulting

Session 1C

Freedom to Design: How Much Freedom is There in Today’s FPE Environment

– Carl Baldassarra, P.E., FSFPE Principal Wiss, Janney, Elstner Asssociates

Session 1D

Collision Course: Using Data to Close the Gaps Between Fire Protection Engineering & Fire Code Enforcement

Matt Hinds-Aldrick, Ph.D. Program Manager – Data & Analytics NFPA

Session 2A

Inspection, Testing and Maintenance of Fire Protection Systems Impact on  Reliability

Scott Futrell, P.E., FSFPE, CFPS, CFEI, SET President & Founder Futrell Fire Consult & Design, Inc. 

Session 2B

Flammable and Combustible Liquids Storage, Handling, and Dispensing Requirements
– Jason Pritchett Fire Safety Compliance Officer – Hazardous Materials Division GA State Fire Marshal’s Office

Session 2C

Photovoltaic/Energy Storage Systems Safety for First Responders

Robert Duval New England Regional Director/Senior Fire Investigator NFPA

Session 2D

The Design Fire – Selecting Input Parameters for Fire & Egress Modeling Approaches

– David Stacy, P.E. Principal/Founder Performance Based Fire Protection Engineering, PLCC

Session 3A

Facilities and Film – How TV & Film Productions Use Stage & Warehouse Space

– Sean Watkins State Manager Eagle Rock Studios, Atlanta

Session 3B

Peformance Testing of a Wetting Agent on Deep Seated Fires

-James Andy Lynch Owner Fire Solutions Group

Session 3C

Preparing Hospitals for teh Environment of Care & Life Safety Chapters of The Joint Commission Accrediation Survey
–  Pamela D. Reno Senior Fire Protection Consultant Telgian Engineering and Consulting

Session 3D

Holy Hastag, Batman! Who Jokered my Internet? A Case Study of Recent Fires that Have Disrupted Internet Service

-Steve Dryden, P.E. Senior Fire Protection Engineer Henderson Engineers

Session 4A

When Bad Things Happen to Good Systems..A Review of Selected Fire Protection System Failures 
– Daniel L. Arnold, P.E., FSFPE Partner Seneca Fire Engineering LLC  -Mike Ernst Coffman Engineers, Inc.

Session 4B

How Historic Building Fires Shaped Modern Codes
– Thomas Gardner & Matt Guilfoyle – Harrington Group 

Session 4C

The Basics and the Not-So-Basics of Bi-Directional AMplification/Emergency Radio Communication

Don Austin Regional Sales Manager Notifier

Session 4D

Drones in Fire Inspection
– Matt Sloane CEO Skyfire Consulting