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Impressions from the In-Building Wireless Congress in Vegas

IBWC Picture Gallery

Posted on July 24, 2019
The Safer Buildings Coalition presented an engaging two-day program

The 2019 In-Building Wireless Congress (IBW) descended on Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas June 10-12, and the Safer Buildings Coalition participated in this great event as both an exhibitor and a content partner. We were proud to present a very strong two-day program, which brought together some of the brightest minds of the industry and fostered engaging presentations, spirited panel discussions and audience Q&A. 


Safer Buildings Coalition, Microlab & Predictive Host Successful Webinar

Tom McCabe & Eric Carey

Posted on July 24, 2019
Watch or re-watch this exciting event

On July 16th, Safer Buildings Coalition, Microlab and Predictive Technologies hosted the latest installment in our Webinar series: Monitoring Requirements for In-Buildings ERRCS.

This seminar focused on the monitoring of Emergency Responder Radio Communications System (ERRCS) and the benefits of assuring that all components of the system (both Active and Passive) are continuously monitored for correct operation. The webinar featured presentations by Thomas McCabe of Microlab and Eric Carey of Predictive.


Making Cities Smarter & Safer

Pete Murray - Dense Networks

Posted on July 24, 2019
Catching up with Pete Murray, of Dense Networks

Dense Networks – a valued member of the Safer Buildings Coalition – is currently running a series of events called Getting To Smart - Connected Cities Tour, which feature industry leaders and other bright minds, including SBC Managing Director John Foley.

We had a chance to catch up with Dense Networks’ Executive Director Pete Murray during the recent In-Building Wireless Congress to discuss Dense Networks, “smart” cities, and how Dense and Safer Buildings Coalition can work together to improve public safety and the public’s safety.


Be heard!

Be Heard!

Posted on July 24, 2019
Call for content for upcoming SBC newsletters

Safer Buildings is seeking educational (i.e., not sales pitch) content to include in our upcoming newsletters. These articles are also featured in individual webpage “articles” that remain online and are directly addressable with their own URL, making sharing on social media and emails very simple.


It's Official!
2019 Safer Buildings Coalition Board of Directors Election Complete!

2019 Safer Buildings Coalition Board of Directors Election

Posted on August 23, 2019
Eric Toenjes of Graybar elected VP of SBC Board; Dennis Burns of ADRF elected as Secretary, Kevin Persing of Cobham remains on the Board and moves to At-Large Board member

Thank you to all the nominees for stepping up - we hope you will run again next year - and encourage you to participate on Work Groups and possible seek Work Group Chair and Vice Chair roles.


From the Chief’s Corner: Objects in Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear…

Chief Alan Perdue

Posted on June 17, 2019

At a recent event, I was asked to deliver an impromptu speech to the group. I accepted the invitation, but what would I talk about? Then an image came to me of the last thing I remembered after backing into the parking space: the words inscribed on the passenger side mirror: “OBJECTS IN MIRROR ARE CLOSER THAN THEY APPEAR.”

But what does a car’s side view mirror have to do with public safety in-building systems? Let me explain… It is about optics. How you can lose sight of what’s important if you focus too much on matters that distract you.


IAFC’s Brandon Allen Joins the Safer Buildings Coalition's Government Relations Workgroup

Brandon Wray Allen

Posted on June 17, 2019
Safer Buildings’ Strategic and Lobbying Strength Takes a Big Step

The Safer Buildings Coalition is very pleased to announce that Ms. Brandon Allen, Manager of Government Relations at the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC), has agreed to join our Government Relations Workgroup.


Meet Steve Hudson – Safer Buildings Coalition Outreach Manager

Steve Hudson

Posted on June 17, 2019
Safer Buildings Coalition Team Member Profile

Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs) play crucial roles in enforcing fire codes and are key members of the Safer Buildings community. Safer Buildings Coalition’s Outreach Liaison, Steve Hudson, is responsible for identifying AHJs in communities in which the Coalition hosts an event – such a seminar – and inviting those state and local code officials to participate. 


How to Connect with End Users: The Language of Commercial Real Estate

Rich Berliner

Posted on June 17, 2019
Rich Berliner, CEO & Publisher, Connected Real Estate Magazine Talks with Safer Buildings Coalition’s John Foley

Connected Real Estate Magazine, which is produced and published by 5th Gen Media, is an active member of the Safer Buildings Coalition. SBC Managing Director John Foley caught up with 5th Gen Media Publisher & CEO Rich Berliner prior to the NY State Wireless Association (NYSWA) Wireless Forum where Rich and John will participate in the "Public Safety:  Keeping the Big Apple Protected" panel as, respectively, moderator and panelist.


Impressions From a Successful Connect X in Orlando

Connect X Picture Gallery

Posted on June 13, 2019
Safer Buildings Coalition participated as content partner & exhibitor

The Connect X conference and expo descended on Orlando, Fl, last month, and the Safer Buildings Coalition participated in the event as both exhibitor and content partner. On Tuesday, we put together a very strong program, with participation by thought leaders from across the industry. The presentations and panel discussion inspired engaging discussions and tackled some of the key issues facing the industry.


From the Chief’s Corner: 2022: The time is NOW!

Chief Alan Perdue

Posted on May 17, 2019
Draft code proposals for the 2022 edition of NFPA 1221 are due June 26th

If you’re planning a family vacation, or thinking about getting tickets for Super Bowl LVI, the year 2022 probably seems far away. But if you’re a stakeholder in the in-building emergency responder communications system world, 2022 is actually a lot closer than you may think.

Indeed, the first draft code proposals for the 2022 edition of NFPA 1221 – the Standard for the Installation, Maintenance, and Use of Emergency Services Communications Systems – are due on June 26, 2019 at 5:00 pm EDT.

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