NFPA launches call for papers for 2024 conference


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A call for dynamic presentations for the upcoming event in Orlando

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is set to host its annual Conference and Expo from June 17-19, 2024, in Orlando, Florida. For a more detailed overview of the event, you can visit their official call for proposals page.

To ensure the event is both engaging and informative, the NFPA is extending a ‘call for papers’ and seeking speakers with a deep passion for fire, electrical, and life safety.

Characteristics of the ideal speaker

The NFPA is seeking proposals from experts in their respective fields who can present interactive and dynamic talks.

Speakers who are capable of delivering content that’s accessible to attendees regardless of their experience level are highly encouraged to participate.

Call for papers: Real-life examples and participative discussions

The NFPA highlighted that presentations enriched with relevant case studies, real-life experiences or specific examples will be appreciated.

They also urged speakers to create an environment that encourages audience participation and open dialogue.

They emphasised the importance of presentations demonstrating how different perspectives can impact and influence outcomes.

However, they stressed that the primary motivation for presenting should be educational rather than promotional.

Speakers with the ability to meet deadlines are also in high demand. More details about the 2023 conference can be found at this link.

IFSJ Comment

The International Fire & Safety Journal appreciates NFPA’s commitment to fostering a broad exchange of ideas at their annual conference.

The call for papers from a diverse range of experts serves to enrich the discussions and ensure a holistic approach to safety measures.

We encourage our readers to consider contributing and participating in this notable event.

About NFPA

The National Fire Protection Association is a global self-funded nonprofit organisation, established in 1896. It’s dedicated to eliminating death, injury, property, and economic loss due to fire, electrical and related hazards.

The association delivers information and knowledge through more than 300 consensus codes and standards, research, training, education, outreach and advocacy.

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