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September 26, 2019
11:30AM-2:00PM

September Luncheon

The Fawcett Center, OSU Campus

Not Every Hero Wears A CapeIt may not feel like it now, but winter is just around the corner. Along with winter comes an increase in home fires. Fire safety is critical in just about every setting. However, when it comes to community living, there are specific things to consider, such as longer egress times, evacuation procedures, fire control, and smoke movement through the building. In apartment and condominium buildings, fires can spread heat, flames, and smoke quickly throughout the entire building, affecting all occupants’ safety. After all, more often than not, multiple homes or units will likely be impacted. Educating our communities is instrumental in reducing both fires and losses.

In 1922, the National Fire Protection Association named the second week in October as Fire Prevention Week. This week commemorates the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Today, we recognize Fire Safety Month by raising awareness about fire and home safety to help ensure that your communities are prepared in the case of an emergency.

Join Michelle Hoffman of Thompson Building Associates, along with Thomas Bensen of Bensen Fire and Safety as they present “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape.” The 2019 theme for the National Fire Prevention program.

Join us on September 26th, 11:30 to 1:30, at the Fawcett Center for this important event!

CLICK HERE to register for the luncheon!


And Please thank our Gold and Silver Sponsors for their Support!

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Thompson Building


Fawcett Center Parking Pass 09 26 2019

The Fawcett Center, 2400 Olentangy River Rd., Columbus, OH 43210

Please click the following link for directions.: http://www.fawcettcenter.com/page/directions

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2019-09-26 11:30:00 2019-09-26 14:00:00 America/Detroit September Luncheon It may not feel like it now, but winter is just around the corner. Along with winter comes an increase in home fires. Fire safety is critical in just about every setting. However, when it comes to community living, there are specific things to consider, such as longer egress times, evacuation procedures, fire control, and smoke movement through the building. In apartment and condominium buildings, fires can spread heat, flames, and smoke quickly throughout the entire building, affecting all occupants’ safety. After all, more often than not, multiple homes or units will likely be impacted. Educating our communities is instrumental in reducing both fires and losses. In 1922, the National Fire Protection Association named the second week in October as Fire Prevention Week. This week commemorates the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Today, we recognize Fire Safety Month by raising awareness about fire and home safety to help ensure that your communities are prepared in the case of an emergency. Join Michelle Hoffman of Thompson Building Associates, along with Thomas Bensen of Bensen Fire and Safety as they present “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape.” The 2019 theme for the National Fire Prevention program. Join us on September 26th, 11:30 to 1:30, at the Fawcett Center for this important event! CLICK HERE to register for the luncheon! And Please thank our Gold and Silver Sponsors for their Support! Fawcett Center Parking Pass 09 26 2019 The Fawcett Center, 2400 Olentangy River Rd., Columbus, OH 43210 Please click the following link for directions.: http://www.fawcettcenter.com/page/directions The Fawcett Center, OSU Campus