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 21250 - Complete 2013 NFPA Conference Audio Recordings MP3 CD-ROM
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Take the conference home with the Complete NFPA 2013 Conference Package on CD-ROM !

Complete NFPA 2013 Annual Conference MP3 Audio recordings of every session
Plus: Slides with Synchronized Audio for 32 selected sessions
Plus: All available Slides and Handouts


This interactive multimedia CD-ROM features All sessions live audio as MP3 files! Plus 32 sessions were captured as video of the slides with synchronized audio! You can listen to the presenter audio, exactly as is happened live on your computer, iPod or MP3 player. This package allows you to review presentation materials and is a lasting valuable resource. Plus this package includes the PowerPoint slide presentations.



THIS CD-ROM PACKAGE INCLUDES ALL OF THESE PRESENTATIONS FROM THE CONFERENCE:

Item ID Monday, June 10, 2013
21253 M02 Performance Requirements for Emergency Responder Interoperable Electronic Equipment
21254 M03 NFPA 99 2012 Risk Categories — What They Are and Examples of Their Use
21255 M04 Emergency Power Standards for Health Care Under the 2012 Codes
21256 M05 Fire Detection Performance and Requirements in High Airflow Environments (Data Centers & Telecommunications)
21258 M07 HazCom 2012 Changes — What and When
21259 M08 Investigation of Electrical Receptacle Fires
21260 M09 Designing Fire and Life Safety Education Programs on a Dime
21261 M10 SR 99 Tunnel Fire and Life Safety Systems Overview
Synchronized slides and audio
21262 M11 Smoke Alarm Response and Tenability in Residential Structures
21263 M12 Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion — An Overview
21264 M13 Selection and Development of a Greenfield Manufacturing Site
21265 M14 Case Study: One Approach to Combustible Dust Explosion Protection Using ATEX and NFPA
21266 M15 Wildfire in the Built Environment; Case Study - Waldo Canyon Wildfire in Colorado Springs
21267 M16 Firefighting Tactics for Combustible Metal Roof Decks
21268 M17 Protection for Storage Occupancies 101
Synchronized slides and audio
21269 M18 The Benefits of Your Community Adopting the Most Current NEC
Synchronized slides and audio
21270 M20 Fire and Smoke Barrier Continuity & Firestopping
21271 M21 Effect of High Discharge Pressure on Sprinkler Performance
21272 M22 NFPA 1033: Practical Application and Updates
21273 M23 Health Care Hot Topics and AHJ Interpretations
Synchronized slides and audio
Item ID Monday, June 10, 2013
21275 M25 Bridging the Gap between Fire Suppression and Prevention
21276 M26 TVO Kids Push the Button Campaign
21277 M27 Applying NFPA 25: Design Evaluation vs ITM
Synchronized slides and audio
21278 M28 Interfacing Elevator Controls with Fire Alarm and Sprinkler Systems
Synchronized slides and audio
21279 M29 Parameters for Indirect Viewing of Visual Signals Used in Emergency Notification
21280 M30 Assessment of Total Evacuation Systems for Tall Buildings
Synchronized slides and audio
21281 M31 Performance of Smoke Detectors and Sprinklers in Commercial Occupancies
21282 M32 Management of Time-Sensitive Reactive and Unstable Chemicals
21283 M33 Bushfire and Community Safety in Australia
21284 M34 Changes to NFPA 70E, 2015, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace
21285 M38 Evaluation of Water Additives for Fire Control and Vapor Mitigation
21286 M39 Flammability Characterization of Lithium Ion Batteries for Storage Protection
Synchronized slides and audio
21287 M40 Investigating Fires and Explosions: How Courts Are Utilizing NFPA 921 to Judge the Conduct of Investigators, Engineers, and Insurance Companies
21288 M41 Process Safety and OSHA, Seven Keys to Surviving a Chem NEP Audit
21289 M42 Community Risk Reduction – A Positive Experience in the U.S.
21290 M43 The Ripple Effects of the Adoption of the 2012 Life Safety Code® on the Health Care Industry
Synchronized slides and audio
21291 M44 Buyer Beware: Counterfeit Electrical Products
21292 M45 High-Rise Evacuation for People with Special Needs
21293 M46 NFPA 13 Sprinkler Omission Rules Explained
Synchronized slides and audio
21294 M48 Overview and Update on NFPA 1730 — Fire Prevention Organization and Deployment
21295 M49 Overview of Fire Protection and Life Safety Construction Quality Control
21296 M50 Mass Notification System Maintenance — A College Perspective
21297 M51 Industrial Firefighting Training — An Australian Perspective
21298 M52 Moving Beyond RACE: The Next Step in Health Care Fire Safety
Item ID Tuesday, June 11, 2013
21299 FP The Pentagon, Fire and Life Safety — Ten Years Later
21300 T02 Emergency Responder Research to Practice
21301 T03 Cracking the Code: Code Basics for Non-Code People
21302 T04 Identifying Hidden Hazards That Can Lead to Pressure Explosions
21303 T06 Residential Cooking Safety Report and Recommendations
21304 T07 International Approaches to Performance-Based Design of the SFPE Case Study
21305 T08 Accessibility & ADA: 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design
21306 T09 The Risk of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) Exposure, Colonization and Infection in EMS Personnel and the Patients they Treat
21307 T10 Testing and Reclassification of Aerosol Cooking Oil Sprays
21308 T11 Risk-Based Decision Tool to Assist Fire Departments in Managing Unwanted Alarms
21309 T12 Combustible Metal Fire and Explosion Case Studies
21310 T13 Sprinkler Technology-Storage
Synchronized slides and audio
21311 T14 Hospital High-Rise Fire and Incident Management Scenario
Synchronized slides and audio
21312 T15 Side-by-Side Burns to Enhance Controlled Training  to Educate and Advocate for Safety
Synchronized slides and audio
21313 T16 Electrical Transformer Fire Detection & Suppression
21314 T17 Responders/Workers at Risk during Disaster Recovery and Cleanup
21315 T18 2013 National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code — Changes
Synchronized slides and audio
21316 T22 The Basics Every First Responder Needs to Know About the Disability Community
21317 T23 Understanding the U.S. Firefighter Fatality Problem in 2012
21318 T24 Industrial/Ammonia Refrigeration — Inspection and Emergency Response Considerations
21319 T25 2014 NEC Changes
Synchronized slides and audio
21320 T26 NFPA 101 for Health Care — 2000 to 2012 Update and Review
Synchronized slides and audio
21321 T27 Code Application for Downtown Revitalization Projects
21322 T28 NFPA 25, 2014 Edition: What Is New and Different?
Synchronized slides and audio
21323 T29 Smoke Alarm Codes, Standards, and Listings: An Update from UL
21324 T30 Models in Fire Prevention: Effective Community Risk Reduction
21325 T31 Disaster Sheltering for General Population and First Responders
21326 T32 Diamonds are Forever! Using NFPA 704 in a Globally Harmonized World
21327 T33 The Myths and Mysteries of NFPA 921 and NFPA 1033
21328 T34 What Fire Protection Engineers Should Know About Fire Fighting
21329 T35 The Intersection of Fire Safety and Sustainable Building Design
21330 T36 Residential Sprinkler Update (NFPA 13/13R/13D)
21331 T40 Best Practices for Emergency Response to Incidents w/ Electric Vehicle Battery Hazards
21332 T41 Evaluating Fire Protection for Automatic Storage and Retrieval Systems
21333 T42 Flame Detection For Silane and Other Pyrophoric Non-Hydrocarbon Fires
21334 T43 The Critical Role of Prevention in Reducing Youth Firesetting in a Community
21335 T44 Road Tunnel Fire Safety — Compatibility of Fixed Suppression and Evacuation
21336 T45 Antifreeze Solutions in Sprinkler Systems
Synchronized slides and audio
21337 T46 Case Study: Staying In Business — Holding Back a Flood for 111 Days
Synchronized slides and audio
21338 T47 NFPA 79 Significant Changes for 2015
21339 T49 Risk Identification and Mitigation in EMS Systems
Synchronized slides and audio
21340 T50 Firefighter Health Hazards in the New Fire Environment
21341 T51 Design Flexibility in Managing Dust Explosion Hazards
21342 T52 Using Social Media to Expand Your Safety Message Outreach
21343 T53 Collaboration to Completion: Building Information Modeling for Fire Protection Engineers
21345 T55 Residential Fire Dynamics
21346 T58 Risk Management in the Fire Service
21347 T59 Electrical Safety — A Shared Responsibility
21348 T60 Get Out Safely Using NFPA’s Emergency Evacuation Planning Guide for People with Disabilities
21349 T61 Sprinkler Protection Criteria for Exposed Expanded Group A Plastics
Synchronized slides and audio
21350 T62 Foam for Interior Attack: Myths and Reality
21351 T63 Reduced Ignition Propensity Cigarettes: Is There Difference in Smoldering Ignition Hazard?
21352 T64 Changes to the 2014 Edition of the Standard on Commercial Cooking (NFPA 96)
21353 T65 Let’s Make This Year the Year to Do Something About the Response to Unwanted Alarm System Initiated Incidents — Collaborate to Solve Some Issues
21354 T66 The State of the Science in Fireground Rehab
21355 T67 A Cooperative Approach to Reducing the Risks of Vacant Properties
21356 T68 Fundamentals of Combustible Dusts, Where Are They Now?
21357 T69 Fire Alarm System Documentation Requirements - Understanding the New Chapter 7
Synchronized slides and audio
21358 T71 Taking Your Social Media Presence to the Next Level
21359 T72 Deployment of Hydrogen Fuel Cells — Safety Considerations and Resources
21360 T74 Abu Dhabi International Airport Midfield Terminal Building (MTB) — Fire Safety Strategy
Synchronized slides and audio
Item ID Wednesday, June 12, 2013
21361 W01 Retro-Commissioning and Retro-Integrated System Testing: Back to the Future
Synchronized slides and audio
21362 W02 Evaluating Codes for Non-Fire and Non-Emergency Events
21363 W03 Hazard Analysis — What Does It Mean for Combustible Dust Applications?
21364 W04 Impact of Home Fire Sprinklers on Fire Injury
21365 W05 Bullets, Gun Powder, and Primers! What Really Happens to Small Arms Ammunition in a Fire?
21366 W06 Recent Developments in Clean Fire Suppression Agents
21367 W07 Fire Performance in Earthquake Damaged Buildings: Test Program & Preliminary Findings
21368 W08 What 30 Years of Emergency Service Vehicle Driver Training Has Taught Us
21369 W09 All Hazards Emergency Response Teams (ERT) — Public and Private Partnerships
21370 W10 Health Care — Looking Into the Future of Regulations
Synchronized slides and audio
21371 W11 The Basics of Electrical Hazardous Locations
21372 W12 Hitting the Target
21373 W13 Protecting Vegetable Oil in Consumer Packaging in 40 ft High Buildings
21374 W14 How to Deal with Fire Escapes in the Twenty-First Century
21375 W15 Hurricane Hardened Emergency Systems — What COPS Means to Your Facilities
21376 W20 Assessing the List of Typical Oxidizers
21377 W21 Fire Sprinkler Initiatives: A Case Study of Creative Implementation
21378 W22 Sprinkler Protection for Cloud Ceilings
21379 W23 Performance Based Design: Fire Alarm Visual Notification Appliances — Mathematical Guide
21380 W24 How to Design and Deliver an Effective Fire Safety Presentation
21381 W25 NFPA 99, 2012 Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems Code Update
21382 W26 NFPA 70E Approach to Considering DC Hazards
21383 W27 Life Safety and Special Event Emergency Operations Planning
21384 W28 Plastic Aerosols: A Unique Path to the Market
21385 W29 Reliability Based Decision Making - ITM Frequency for Fire Protection Systems & Equipment
Synchronized slides and audio
21386 W30 Working Together for One Response — The Chicago Fire Department and Iconic Willis Tower
Synchronized slides and audio
21387 W31 Completing a Health Care FSES — What You Need to Know to Execute a Successful Submittal
21388 W32 The Investigation of NM Cable Ignition under Voltage Surge
21389 W33 What’s New and What Has Changed in NFPA 1582, 2012 Edition
21390 W34 National Fire Incident Reporting System- Nation, State, and Local Fire Data at Your Fingertips
21391 W35 Testing of a Passive Fire Protection Approach to IBCs in Operations
Synchronized slides and audio
21392 W40 Notification Appliance Requirements of NFPA 72, 2013 Edition
Synchronized slides and audio
21393 W41 Theoretical Approach to Discharge Criteria for Storage Occupancies Under Sloped Ceilings
Synchronized slides and audio
21394 W42 Fire and Life Safety Messaging: What to Say and How to Say It
21395 W43 Traffic Incident Management: Protecting our First Responders and Motorists
21396 W44 What Is the Latest From UL On Gasoline/Ethanol Blends?
21397 W45 Combustible Dust: Firefighting Precautions
Synchronized slides and audio
21398 W46 Firefighter Safety and the Building Codes, A Necessary Partnership
21399 W47 Improving Fire and Life Safety for People with Disabilities
21400 W48 Looking Ahead: The Fire Protection Research Foundation’s Strategic Research Agenda
Synchronized slides and audio
21401 W49 Engineering Performance of Water Mist Fire Protection Systems with Antifreeze
21402 W50 Changes and Challenges in NFPA Pro-Qual
21403 W51 The Global Code Compliance Puzzle
21404 W52 Reviewing Sprinkler Hydraulics
21405 W53 Applying Arc Flash Reduction Maintenance Systems
21406 W54 Changes to 2013 NFPA 80, Standard for Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives
21407 W55 Behind the Curtain: Safety Backstage in Live Event Theatrical Productions
21408 W56 The Vulcan Initiative — A Web-based Platform for the Next Generation of Performance-Based Fire Protection Engineering


 





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