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Vision 20/20 is a project of the Institution of Fire Engineers - USA Branch

All times and speakers are subject to change. Times are Central Standard Time

Monday 2.21.22
1730 1900 Manager’s Reception, hotel lobby
 Tuesday 2.22.22
0730 0830 Registration sponsored by IROL
0830 0900 Welcoming Remarks
0900 1030 Opening General Session, sponsored by NFPA
National Fire Protection Association Logo
1030 1100 Break, Exhibit Hall Open
Sponsored by American Fire Sprinkler Association
1100 1145 Keynote – 360o of CRR: It’s All about Perspective
US Fire Administrator Lori Moore-Merrell
1145 1245 Networking Lunch, sponsored by Esri
1300 1345 Philadelphia Mass Casualty Fire by Adam Thiel
1345 1500 US Fire Department Prevention Priorities and Practices: Results of a National Survey by Eileen McDonald, Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy
1500 1530 Break, Exhibit Hall Open
1530 1645 Model Program Presentation I
    1.1 Community Wildfire Risk Reduction in Austin, Texas by Justice Jones
   
 
    1.3 A Case Study Evaluating Joint Action by Fire Department and Nonprofit by Monica Owens Doyle and Jake Janecek
1645 1700 Closing Remarks – Day 1
1700 1930 Welcome Reception sponsored by First Alert
Wednesday 2.23.22
0700 0800 Sunrise Sessions – Invitation Only
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  • Where do we go from here? Soliciting Input from Fire Service Leaders about National Prevention Priorities Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy
  • In Your Corner for Residential Fire Safety Kidde
  • Should Smoke and CO Alarms Be Better Communicators? Knox  Safety
0730 1600 Registration
0830 0945

USFA Presents: A National Discussion on CRR in the Wildland Urban Interface, a panel discussion

0945 1015 Break, Exhibit Hall Open
1015 1130 Model Program Presentations II
   
    2.2 The Untapped Resource: A Successful Model Using Medication Experts for Chronic Disease Risk Reduction by Victoria Reinhartz
1145 1245 Networking Lunch, sponsored by Kidde
1300 1415 Model Program Presentation III
    3.1 Successfully Reducing the Incidence Rate of Nuisance Alarms from Microwave Ovens by Matthew Hull
   
1415 1445 Break, Exhibit Hall Open
1445 1600 Model Program Presentations IV
    4.1 Disability Awareness State-wide Approach: Applying data analytics and program development to address CRR and those with disabilities by Kymberly Pashkowsky
    4.2 Evaluating the Economic Impact of Operational Activities in Three Fire Departments in Quebec, Canada by Dave Waterhouse
    4.3 Building Community Risk Reduction Programs Statewide: Intentional & Strategic by Jessica Sondgeroth
1600 1645 CPSC National Smoke and CO Alarm Survey – Today’s Challenge and Update by Arthur Lee
1645 1700 Closing Comments – Day 2
1700 1900 Reception, Minnow Tank, networking session, sponsored by mySidewalk
Thursday 2.24.22
0700 0800 Sunrise Sessions – Invitation Only
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  • Nationwide Public Safety Broadband Network (NPSBN) FirstNet by AT&T
  • Briefing for State and Local Teams SoundOff
0800 0830 Coffee
0830 1000

Facilitated breakout sessions

  • Advocacy – How do we Advocate for Greater Support of CRR in the Fire Service? Advocating for community risk reduction is difficult when fire chiefs have to deal with competing priorities, both within a fire department and within their municipality. Vision 20/20 is working to develop new and innovative tools and initiatives to help fire departments advocate for community risk reduction and prepare their staff for moving boldly into a future where community risk reduction becomes a priority at all levels of an organization and within your community. Vision 20/20 will provide insight into these tools and initiatives that will work to further develop support for CRR at the national, state, and local levels
     
  • Outreach – Powering Change Through Education and Technology Help Vision 20/20 harness the power of CRR to drive change through widespread adoption of innovative technologies and safer behaviors.  This session highlights a new collaboration between Strategies 2 (Education/Outreach) and 4 (Technology) to tackle the #1 cause of home fires and related injuries:  cooking.  We will also survey attendees for your ideas on new CRR topics for Vision 20/20 and our partners to advance.
  • Model Performance and Evaluation – Driving Organizational Excellence Through Model Performance Model performance criteria (MPC) is the gold standard that drives the focus for all risk reduction programming and helps fire departments measure their program value toward a desired outcome.  Whether your effort is education programming, home safety visits, EMS/ mobile integrated healthcare, inspections and enforcement, or firefighter/operational safety; MPC clearly defines the risk, intervention strategies, and program impact that is focused on your outcome or desired state.  Join Vision 20/20’s subject matter experts as they unveil our new Model Performance Template & Guidance and discuss data strategies to move from knowledge to practical application with a focus on organizational performance.
     
1000 1030 Break, Exhibit Hall Open
1030 1130 Lessons in CRR Town Hall – Responses to Your Topics
1130 1200 Closing Session