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Join us for the

CO Safety Summit 2024

July 29 - 31, 2024

Kansas City, MO

Bringing It All Together

The 2nd Annual CO Safety Summit will take place at NASFM’s 34th Annual Fire Prevention & Safety Symposium. View the agenda here.

 

Join us for this dedicated CO Safety Summit focused on education, research, case studies, data, new technologies, and best practices.

This year, we are focusing on bringing it all together

  • We will be bringing the 4 CO Safety Coalition Work Groups together to present their work since the Coalition launched last year.

  • This event will bring together the people and organizations who are most determined to put an end to carbon monoxide poisoning.

  • We will work together with NASFM and the International Fire Marshal Association (IFMA) to strategize ways to protect our communities from CO.

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Kansas City Marriott

Downtown, 200 West 12th St., Kansas City, MO 64105

Attend to hear from the experts and network with 300+ fire marshals and fire service professionals, 70+ carbon monoxide professionals, community risk reduction experts, and more!

Join us at the National Association of State Fire Marshals' 34th Annual Fire Prevention & Safety Symposium for these educational sessions about CO safety.

The 2nd Annual CO Safety Summit will feature a wide range of topics that will be informative and timely. Hear from experts on the following topics:

  • Hearing from a survivor on how to influence change

  • Best practice sharing of CO education and messaging

  • Exploring carbon monoxide trends

  • CO codes update and the status of state implementation of new codes

  • Human factors in developing CO codes, standards, and regulation

  • Introduction of a new CO training program for the fire service

  • Update on CO safety efforts from outside the U.S., including Canada and the UK

  • Reexamining the CO alarm threshold

  • CO safety as part of Community Risk Reduction efforts

  • Indoor air pollution and its impact on healthy housing

  • CO training and certification needs for the HVAC industry

  • Raising the importance of CO among the medical community

  • An update from the four NCOAA Work Groups

  • How safe are your vehicles from CO?

 

The Summit will start on Monday morning and will come to a close mid-day on Wednesday.

Pricing Packages

through July 15, 2024

CO Safety Summit Only

 $495 

Monday Night Event

 $200 

CO Safety Summit & Monday Night Event Bundle

 $645 

Save $50

Location

 

Kansas City Marriott Downtown

200 West 12th St
Kansas City, MO 64105

Use the link above for special pricing before July 9th at 5pm CT.

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speakers

Speakers

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Adrian McConnell

CEO

CO Research Trust

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Rob Troutt

Chief Boiler Inspector

Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation

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Roger Berkowitz

Founder

Roger’s Seafood Co

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Christopher Damm

Senior Lecturer of Mechanical Engineering, Consulting Engineer

Milwaukee School of Engineering

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Scott Damon

Health Communication Lead

CDC Asthma & Air Quality Branch

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Jacqueline Wilmot

Research Project Manager

Fire Protection Research Foundation

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Mari Herigstad

Doctor

Sheffield Hallam University

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Louise Laing

Vice President of Sales

CrowCon Detection

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Richard Roberts

Industry Affairs Manager

Honeywell Security & Fire

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Eric Thibodeaux

Senior Managing Consultant

R.E.M. Risk Management

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Kelly Ransdell

Regional Director- South Central Region

National Fire Protection Association

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John Stones

Managing Director

Company is Gas Safe Europe Ltd

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Charon McNabb

Founder

National Carbon Monoxide Awareness Association

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Chuck Heathco

CEO

John Heathco Memorial Foundation

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Alexa Schappert

Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, assigned to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment

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John Tippett

Director, Fire Service Programs

National Fallen Firefighter Foundation

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Matt Hinds-Aldrich

Senior Risk Strategy Lead

American Association of Insurance Services

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Lesley Rohrbaugh

Head of Insights & Policy Analysis

UL Standards & Engagement

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Kevin Sehlmeyer

State Fire Marshal

State of Michigan

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Jonathan Kane

CEO

Kane International

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Joel Amato

Executive Director

National Board or Boiler & Pressure Vessel Inspector

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Dot Kesling

Co-Founder

LOK Wishing Tree Foundation

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Don Johnson

Emeritus Board Member

The Lauren Project

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Neal Zipser

Communications and Marketing Professional

Knox Company

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Thomas Deary

Director of Codes

Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI)

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Leslie Lienemann

Partner

Culberth & Lienemann, LLP

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Gordon Johnson

Attorney

Brain Injury Law Group, S.C.

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Kathy Sipple

Independent Consultant / Marketing Director

LOK Wishing Tree Foundation

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About the Carbon Monoxide Safety Coalition

The CO Safety Coalition is a revolutionary effort to bring all industries together to tackle carbon monoxide poisoning, injury, and death. The Coalition consists of four Working Groups:​

  • Codes, Standards, & Regulations

  • Emergency Response

  • Science & Innovation

  • Surveillance Data

Everyone involved in the Coalition will have a voice in this work, from researchers to survivors, advocates, manufacturers, government agencies, and legislators.

 

Together, we will work toward zero injuries and deaths due to carbon monoxide poisoning.

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