Florida Fire Marshals and Inspectors Association Presents
A Day of Learning:
NFPA1: Chapter 1 Administrations, Dec Statements, Interpretations, and Inspection Warrants
Fire Protection Systems Reporting and
NFPA1: Chapter 18 Water Supply and Fire Flow
Up to 7.0 CEUs for the Fire Inspector - IN PERSON EVENT
NFPA1: Chapter 1 Administrations, Dec Statements, Interpretations, and Inspection Warrants 3 hr - 9:00 AM until 12:00 PM
This course covers the application of NFPA 1 Chapter 1. Discussions will be had on Equivalencies, Alternatives and modifications. Discussion will also be held on the authority surrounding this code and those who enforce it. Additional discussion will also be held on declaratory statements, interpretations, and administrative warrants.
Fire Protection Systems Reporting - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
This class covers the requirements for the reporting of information to the local AHJ pertaining to many different systems. These systems will include fire alarms, fire sprinklers, kitchen suppression, fire pumps, BDA, and many more
NFPA1: Chapter 18 Water Supply and Fire Flow
This course covers the application of NFPA 1 Chapter 18. Discussions will be had on fire flow requirements, fire hydrants, access, and many other elements of Chapter 18.
Seven total contact hours approved for Fire Code Administrators, Fire Safety Inspectors
Attend one class or attend all three.
Click here for a copy of FFMIA's guidance for in person training
Date: July 13, 2022
Time: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM - LUNCH PROVIDED
Location: Marion County Southeast Livestock Pavillion South Hall
2232 NE Jacksonville Road Ocala, Florida 34470
Cost: Free for members of FFMIA
Not an FFMIA member? Complete the New Member application and pay the membership fee of $75.00 to be able to use the member rate. Membership includes access to future training for the remainder of the year.
Point of Contact:
FFMIA Northeast Regional Director
Fire Marshal, Marion County Fire Rescue
Philip Oakes - FFMIA Training Coordinator
Not an FFMIA member? Complete the New Member application and pay the membership fee of $75.00 to be able to use the member rate.
Anthony C. Apfelbeck, MPA, CFPS, CFO, FM, CBO, FIFireE
Fire Marshal/Building Official, City of Altamonte Springs
Tony Apfelbeck has served as the Fire Marshal and Building Official for the City of Altamonte Springs Building/Fire Safety Division since 2000 following a 10-year career as a Division Chief with the City of Oviedo. He began his fire service career as a volunteer firefighter in 1985 before becoming a fire inspector with Volusia County.
Fire Marshal Apfelbeck is currently a member of the NFPA 1 Fire Code Technical Committee, the Florida Building Commission Fire TAC and participates on a number of projects with the Fire Protection Research Foundation. He previously served as Chair of the Florida Fire Code Advisory Council, director of the Florida Fire Marshals and Inspectors Association, NFPA Regional Fire Code Development Committee, director of the IAFC Fire/Life Safety Section, member of the ICC Fire Code Action Committee and ICC Fire Safety Committee. In addition, he has been recognized by his peers as a Fellow in the Florida Fire Marshals’ and Inspectors’ Association.
He has received the Florida Fire Marshal of the Year award from both the Florida Fire Marshals and Inspectors Association and the Florida Fire Chiefs Association, the Excellence in Fire & Life Safety Award from the IAFC/ICC, the Champion of the Industry award from the Florida Fire Sprinkler Association, the NFSA Leadership in Public Safety award, the AFSA Fire Sprinkler Advocate of the Year award and the Legislative Service award from the Central Florida Fire Chiefs Association.
Fire Marshal Apfelbeck holds a Master of Arts Degree in Public Administration, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Fire Service Administration and an Associate of Science in Fire Science. He is an 11-time attendee of the National Fire Academy and has achieved the Certified Fire Protection Specialist, Chief Fire Officer, Fire Marshal and Certified Building Official designations. He is a 2-time attendee of the Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education Program.
His hobbies include reading on leadership and critical thinking, civil war history, philanthropic efforts and, of course, drafting fire and building code changes.
George Mantas (Director of Business Development) – With 7 years of experience, George leads business development for The Compliance Engine (TCE) powered by BRYCER LLC. George works closely with fire departments and service providers nationwide, and ensures the lines of communication between Departments, The Compliance Engine (TCE), Properties, and the Service Providers is extraordinary. George is well versed in ICC Fire Codes and is active in NFPA, NAFED, IKECA, IFIA, AFAA, IAFC Metro Fire Chiefs and more.
NFPA 1 Chapter 1: RN17436 Class: 120545
Reporting: RN17807 Class: 120602
NFPA1 Chap 18: RN 17830 Class: TBD