Don’t miss this opportunity to get required Continuing Education credits for NICET in this seminar series hosted and presented by the Virginia Chapter of AFSA. VA Inspector re-certification hours will be applied by the VA Dept. of Fire Programs upon completion.
Rate of $ 109 per Night
Code AFSA Credit Hours:
1.0 NICET-CPD for each hour of instruction*
1.0 VA Inspector re-cert credit per hour of instruction
The Virginia Chapter of the AFSA invites your firm to participate in our 2015 Trade Show Sept 8th from 4 PM to 7 PM at the
Double Tree Hotel
1021 Koger Center Blvd.
Richmond, Va. 23235
Vendor tables will be supplied with covers, skirts and chairs. Food & beverages will also be included and served during our show. Attendees will be required to visit each booth to be eligible for raffle prizes which should guarantee that 85% of the trade show attendees visit your booth. We will invite Contractors, Engineers, Architects, AHJ’s, AGC,ASPE, Insurance Companies, Fire Marshalls, etc. There are only 40 tables available so please take advantage of our Early Bird promotion.
Registration is a first come first serve basis and should sell out as pervious years have in the past. Please fill out the following information and enclose your check made out to:
“AFSA Virginia Chapter”
and mail back to the address below no later than August 18th 2015.
AFSA Virginia Chapter c/o Ferguson Fire & Fab
8438 Old Richfood Road
Mechanicsville, VA 23116
The Double Tree is offering the AFSA a Special Room Rate of $109.00 plus tax. Call #804-379-3800 to make your reservations.
It's time for the 2015 AFSA-Virginia Golf Tournament. We’re looking forward to a great tournament again this year! This tournament is a vital fundraiser for the Central Virginia Burn Camp and the Old Dominion Firefighters Association.
The Central Virginia Burn Camp provides children who have been hospitalized with burn injuries the opportunity to play, heal and connect with other young burn survivors and caring adults. Not only do the children have physical reminders of their burns, many of them also have emotional scars. The chance to connect with caring adults, healthcare professionals and other kids who have similar physical and emotional wounds goes a long way toward helping these children develop confidence, self-esteem and regain a sense of trust. The campers attend camp at no charge to them or their families.
The Old Dominion Firefighters Burn Foundation is dedicated to preventing burn injuries, assisting burn survivors in their recovery and enhancing burn care across the Central Virginia region. It is a partnership between professional firefighters associations and the Evan-Haynes Burn Center at the Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center. The Foundation’s activities include:
The Virginia AFSA Chapter held its 120th meeting on April 7, 2015 at the Four Point by Sheraton Hotel in Richmond Virginia, Mike Meehan of VSC presiding, and all Committee reports being given.
The main speaker was Peg Paul of the Home Fire Coalition explaining the work of the Home Fire Coalition.
The Virginia AFSA Chapter presented Peg Paul with a donation check for $1,000.00 for the Home Fire Coalition at this meeting.
The vendor speaker was Clay Morris of ESP explaining their representation in Virginia of Peerless Pumps