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Kalamazoo, MI 49004
Exchange, Encourage, and Educate in the Interest of Fire Protection
October 20, 2017
Stay safe this Halloween with NFPA's fire safety tips
September 14. 2017 NFPA launches Policy Institute to support fire and life safety efforts
April 18, 2017 Why home sprinklers are a good idea
The Michigan Fire Inspectors Society is the premier code organization in the State of Michigan. With almost 600 members, we represent the wide interest of Michigan’s Fire Inspectors. The organization utilizes multiple committees to assist our membership and the public's safety in Michigan. These committees include our membership serving to provide updated rules or monitor code changes. MFIS works to educate our members on current trends and practices at our yearly conferences which include the fall educational seminar and winter educational seminar.
January 17-19, 2018 Winter Educational Seminar East Lansing, MI
May 5, 2018 MI/Wisc Combined Conference Iron Mountain, MI
June 20, 2018 Kevin J. Abbasse Golf Outing Webberville, MI
September 11-14, 2018 Fall Educational Conference East Lansing, MI
State Fire Marshal Releases Community Risk Reduction Plan to Help Prevent Residential Fire Fatalities
November 1, 2017 - Reducing Michigan’s high number of residential fire fatalities is the primary goal of a statewide Community Risk Reduction (CRR) plan announced today by State Fire Marshal Kevin Sehlmeyer. Michigan has ranked in the top tier of states nationally for its high number of residential fire fatalities for the last several years.
“With increased fire training and focused community outreach programs, the Michigan Fire Service has a responsibility to instill a cultural change across the state about fire and life safety in our homes, our schools, and our communities,” said Sehlmeyer. “The focus is to build a sustainable plan for all communities to be implemented with the assistance of local fire departments and other disciplines for years to come, as we all have a vested interest in community risk reduction. Our lives literally depend on it.”