To serve the people of Florida by providing leadership for
superior life safety strategies through inspection, investigation, public
education, and code management.
Scenes from the 70th Annual Fire Prevention Conference
The Florida Fire Marshals and Inspectors Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit association.
Upcoming FFMIA Events
Proposals to the 7th Edition FFPC
The Department of Financial Services, Division of State Fire Marshal, announces that it is seeking written comments and proposals for Florida specific amendments to the editions of NFPA 1 (2018 edition) and NFPA 101 (2018 edition). The comment period ends July 1, 2019 at 5:00 pm. Please click here for more details and the submission form.
Florida Firefighters Safety and Health Collaborative
The Florida Fire Marshals and Inspectors Association is proud to partner with the Florida Firefighters Safety and Health Collaborative as we collectively bring awareness to the health and life threatening hazards of our first responders. This collaborative is a growing network of fire service professionals and research specialists working toward a common goal of saving the lives of our firefighters through best practices and changing the culture of our activities post response. Please visit the Safety and Health website at https://www.floridafirefightersafety.org/ for more information.
2019 Approved Legislative Position Paper
2019 Legislative Position Paper
FFMIA works very closely with all allied fire and emergency services agencies, association’s and regulated industries as well as private sector interests in an effort to advocate for a safer living, working and respite environment for our over 20 million residents and nearly 100 million annual visitors.
These positions have been thoroughly reviewed by a committee of fire prevention professionals and approved by the FFMIA Board of Directors on November 4, 2018. Updates will be provided as necessary.
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Jon W. Pasqualone Executive Director
On Line Crowd Manager Training
Crowd manager training is required by all national fire code standards in public assemblies such as nightclubs, auditoriums, ballrooms and arenas.