MN SFPE February Meeting

  • 25 Feb 2015
  • 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Rose Vine Hall Banquet Center


Registration is closed

   Analysis of Changing Residential 
Fire Dynamics and its Implication 
on Firefighter Operational 
Time Frames


Presenter:  Robin Zevotek,  UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute

We are pleased to announce Robin Zevotek as the presenter for our February meeting.  Robin Zevotek is a Research Engineer with the Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Firefighter Safety Research Institute. He has 13 years in the fire service throughout the east coast, most recently serving as Captain with the Moyers Corners Fire Department in Liverpool, NY.  He has a Bachelor’s and is completing his Master’s both in fire protection engineering from the University of Maryland. In addition, he is a licensed fire protection engineer with several years of design experience.


The fire environment has changed dramatically over the last few decades. Larger homes, open spaces, evolving fuel loads, void spaces, changing building material and new technologies have compounded in defining what is today’s modern residential fire environment.  Organizations such as UL and NIST are conducting research to understand how these things impact today’s fire service.


Please plan to attend this important informational event.  We encourage you to pass this invitation on to co-workers, professional acquaintances, friends, and others that would be interested in this program and our MN SFPE chapter.


Make your reservations on our website - - or by contacting Andrew Leahy; email:, phone: (952) 656-3626. Membership is not mandatory for this program, but always encouraged.  See you there!

Reservations must be made before 4:00 pm Monday, February 23rd, 2015.


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