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NFPA 1 and 101 School August 14 - 18,2000

No Cost to Public Code Enforcers

Contact: John S. Robison, State Fire Marshal

(334) 241-4166

5/26/2000

Through the cooperation of the National Fire Protection Association and the City of Fairfield, the State Fire Marshals Office will host a combined NFPA 1 and 101 school August 14 - 18, 2000. This school will cover the latest editions of both codes.

As always, the course will be without charge to 100 participants from city, county and state fire code enforcement organizations. Sponsoring agencies or their employees will be responsible for their transportation, food, lodging and incidental expenses. Educational materials will be provided without charge to all participants.

The course will be presented by NFPA instructors and will take place at the Fairfield Civic Center in Fairfield, AL. The exact time for classes to begin and end has not been resolved, however this information will be provided to the participants within the next few weeks. This website message will also be updated to provide the most complete current information.

As always, in an effort to provide as broad a coverage to departments throughout the state, the number of participants per department must be limited. Applicants may register by mail (SFMO; P. O. Box 303352; Montgomery, AL 36130-3352), e-mail ( firemarshal@insurance.state.al.us) or fax (334-241-4192). APPLICANTS MUST HAVE LEGAL AUTHORITY TO ENFORCE CODES WITHIN THEIR JURISDICTION.

PLEASE REGISTER BY PROVIDING THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION

Applicant's name ___________________________________________

Department name ____________________________________________

Mailing address ____________________________________________

Telephone number ___________________________________________

Any department making reservations, but being unable to send their personnel as planned, is asked to notify the State Fire Marshals Office by telephone 334-241-4166, by fax or by e-mail prior to Friday August 11th.