Len Papp

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2024 Symposium – Hold the Date

After our very successful Symposiums in London, we did not have a department or chapter volunteer to host the 2024 Symposium. Your executive team has been working hard to ensure the Symposium would go on. We have now secured a venue. The 2024 Symposium will be held in Richmond Hill, at the Sheraton Parkway Toronto

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Holiday Safety with Laura King

Here is the link for the combined OAFE/OMFPOA workshop with NFPA’s Laura King tomorrow: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEkd–grjkpHtTooEpKqni5O6cyuBX8zWPz

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The Canada Fire Engineering Summit

The Canada Fire Engineering Summit is a full day of important information about Li-ion batteries and storage systems, Federal and Provincial code harmonization, new technologies and initiatives in Fire Protection, and Building Life Safety Failures. Four panels of experts providing insight and information, which includes our very own president, Vince Tripp. It happens on Tuesday,

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Upon graduation from the Fire Protection Engineering Technology program at Seneca College in 1994 Len Papp began his fire protection career with Trow Consulting Engineers (now exp.) then moved on to Life Safety Systems.    In 1997, Len started his fire service career with the Brampton Fire & Emergency Services as a fire prevention officer, rising through the ranks to the position of Assistant Division Chief, Fire Prevention.    In September 2018 he accepted the Chief Fire Prevention Officer position with the St. Catharines Fire Services.

Academically, Len is presently completing the Fire Services Executive Management program through Humber College and has a Master of Public Administration Management degree from Dalhousie University, in Halifax Nova Scotia.

Currently he is involved in several different national and Institutional committees, including the Canadian Standards Association, JB 130 Portable Fuel Tanks & Containers, and the Seneca College Program Advisory Committee (PAC).

Len also is an adjunct instructor with the OFMEM and part time instructor with Dalhousie University in the Faculty of Open Learning and Career Development.

Looking forward to working with our members and partner agencies to advance fire safety in Ontario.