Join us on Monday, February 1st for a presentation by Kenneth Willette of the National Fire Protection Association. Using footage of a recent fire, Ken will highlight the critical role of standards for the fire service and built environment. Following the video, Ken will discuss the five things that fire protection engineers need to know about the fire service and their activities during structural fire attack.
Ken serves as Division Manager of the Public Fire Protection Division of the National Fire Protection Association and is responsible for managing a technical staff that supports over 100 Standards addressing the needs of the fire service and emergency responders. He has 35 years of diverse experience in the fire service, serving as an airfield and structural firefighter, shift commander and Chief of Department and Emergency Manager for two communities. He earned a BS in Fire Protection Administration from Empire State University (Stony Brook, NY), graduated from the Executive Fire Officer Program (EFO) of the National Fire Academy (Emmitsburg, MD), and is a Past President of the Fire Chiefs Association of Massachusetts.
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