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Important Information

    

   ► Keith Arnold wins the Governor's 2005 Virginia Fire Services

    Award for Excellence in Virginia Fire & Life Safety Education. The

    presentation will be presented on Friday, Feb. 24th, 2006 at 6 o'clock PM

    during the Opening Ceremonies of the 2006 Virginia Fire Chief's

    Association Mid-Atlantic Expo & Symposium at the Virginia Beach

    Convention Center.  Click here to see the award confirmation.

 

    VFLSC Partners With VDH on "Get Alarmed, Virginia !" program:

  The Get Alarmed, Virginia! program is funded by a state-secured federal

  grant from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Since its

  implementation, the Get Alarmed, Virginia! program has been credited with

  saving the lives of more than 66 men, women and children across the

  Commonwealth of Virginia and with preventing millions of dollars in property

  loss. The program provides: smoke detectors, funding to purchase

  equipment for installing alarms (ladders, drills, etc.), educational materials

  (brochures, posters, videos), program promotion materials (t-shirts,

  signs/banners, media packets). Click here to learn more about Get Alarmed,

  Virginia! and how your community can participate.

 Visit the Center for Injury and  Violence Prevention's Web site at

  www.vahealth.org/civp, or contact our office at (804) 864-7746.

 

    VFLSC and VDH/CIVP Injury Prevention Network to hold a series

         of mini-conferences in Norfolk March 7~8, in Richmond April 4~5,

         and in Harrisonburg May 16~17. Click Here for details.

 

 

 

  ► 10th VFLSC Fire And Life Safety Educators' Conference was

        held in Williamsburg, VA in August.

            ( ANOTHER GREAT and SUCCESSFUL CONFERENCE ! )

 

  ► VFLSC is now legally incorporated as a non-profit corporation in

        Viriginia !

 

  ►candles  NFPA study shows a 15% increase in candle fires.

                  Members: download a free copy of NFPA’s “Home Candle

                                Fires report”, a $44 value.


  ► New VDFP holiday fire safety television psa: The holiday fire safety

        spots are available for viewing at

        http://www.vafire.com/befiresafevideos.htm 

 

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  ► Report: President's Fire Prevention Conference of 1947

 

 

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