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Making Community Risk Reduction Relevant

Making Community Risk Reduction Relevant is the theme of the IAFC’s all new Community Risk Reduction (CRR) Leadership Conference. The CRR Leadership Conference is the only one geared specifically to educating and training chief officers and other fire service managers seeking to create, execute and evaluate measurably successful CRR platforms and programs.

This specialized leadership training highlights proven methods and strategies to assess community risks and develop achievable strategic and operational plans to reduce them. Fire service leaders benefit from the real-world wisdom of CRR trailblazers and innovative rising stars, all working together to pioneer the future of CRR in North America.

The 2019 CRR Leadership Conference is scheduled for March 24–26 at the Peppermill Resort in Reno, Nevada. Sponsored by the Fire and Life Safety Section, the conference tackles CRR from the leadership perspective, highlighting proven best practices from concept to implementation to outcomes.

Presentations at the conference will highlight the latest and greatest in the following areas:

  • Community-risk assessment
  • Outcome measurements and performances
  • Public/private partnerships
  • New smoke-alarm technology and testing
  • From process to practice
  • NFPA 1300

The conference will feature vendors, product demos and previews of the latest tools and technologies to advance CRR locally. The networking opportunities will give you the chance to share ideas and solutions with colleagues from all over the country about CRR.

Who should attend the CRR Leadership Conference?

  • Executive fire department staff
  • Chief fire officers and commissioners
  • Fire prevention chiefs/directors
  • Fire prevention staff
  • Fire and life safety educators
  • CRR specialists
  • Future fire-prevention leaders
  • Firefighters
  • Assistant chiefs

We look forward to seeing everyone in March in Reno to make community risk reduction relevant for every member of the fire and emergency service.


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