November Breakfast on BDA with Fire Officials

Overview with Fire Officials on BDA for your Buildings

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Wednesday, November 20, 2019
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM (EST)
Country Club of Orlando
1601 Country Club Drive
Orlando, FL 32804-6603
United States
* Registration open until 11/18/19 at 6:00 PM ()EST)

Event Details

November Breakfast with local Fire Officials to explain Fire/Rescue
Two-Way Public Safety Radio Communication Enhancement System Ordinance.

 

Orange County will start off with a Presentation Overview and then each jurisdiction then will speak to what they are encountering and what steps need to be taken to comply with the code.

 

Municipalities Represented:

David G. Kilbury,  EFO, CFO, FIFireE

Fire Marshal

Orange County Fire Rescue

Office of the Fire Marshal

 

Scott Workman

Assistant Fire Marshal

Orange County Fire Rescue

 

Brandon Lawrence

Fire Marshal

Maitland Fire-Rescue Department

 

Tammy Hughes

Fire Marshal

City of Orlando

 

Glenn Phillippi, CGPS, CEP

Fire Marshal

City of Altamonte Springs

 

Tony Apfelbeck

Director of the Building Fire and Safety Department

City of Altamonte Springs

 

Christina Diaz

Fire Marshal

Seminole County Fire Department, City of Winter Springs and City of Casselberry

Wendy K. Niles

Division Chief/Fire Marshal

Lake Mary Fire Department

Jared Roberson

Fire Marshal

Longwood Fire Department

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

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-All reservations are due Friday before the luncheon to guarantee a seat.
-All cancellations must be received Friday before the luncheon in order for a full refund to be given

For More Information:

Building Owners and Managers Association Orlando Logo PO Box 568156
Orlando, Florida 32856
United States
(407) 380-3320

 

FLORIDA FIRE CODE: IN-BUILDING SIGNAL COVERAGE REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

 

The Florida Fire Prevention Code requires local jurisdictions to mandate in-building radio signal strength levels to assist first responders.  As a December 31, 2019 deadline approaches, it’s time to determine what your local government requires and plan out next steps.