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Kalamazoo, MI 49004
Exchange, Encourage, and Educate in the Interest of Fire Protection
January 22, 2018 State Fire Marshal Urges Fire Safety this Winter
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
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.
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
FYI SERIES: Fire Sprinkler Incentives TAX REFORM INFO
Now is the time to invest in your fire sprinkler system or retrofit your building with lifesaving and property conserving protection.
In December, Congress passed the most sweeping tax reform legislation since 1986. Included in this legislation (P.L. 115-97) are two provisions that will greatly incentivize the installation of fire sprinklers. The National Fire Sprinkler Association appreciates the efforts and work that happened for 14+ years prior to this passage that allowed fire sprinklers to be included. A special thank you to Congressman Jim Langevin, who has championed this inclusion since the beginning as a result of the Station Nightclub fire being in his district.
We also thank all of our fire service partners – Congressional Fire Services Institute, International Fire Chiefs Association, International Fire Fighters Association, National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, National Fire Protection
Association, Common Voices, National Volunteer Fire Council, Security Industry Association, Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors and many others. Understanding the costs of fire is important to business owners across
America, and NFSA now shifts our work to sharing this information with our fire service allies and stakeholder
groups that are directly affected.