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In-Building Communications When you Need it Most

August 21, 2019

CCFS’ Chief Justin Daniels Headlines Special SBC Event in New Mexico

Justin Daniels

Posted on August 21, 2019
UNM event was a pilot for series of special seminars

The University of New Mexico, on Monday, August 12th, hosted a very special installment in the Safer Buildings Coalition In-Building Public Safety Seminar series.

A special Higher-Ed focused version of our regular seminars, this event was a collaboration between the Safer Buildings Coalition, the Center for Campus Fire Safety (CCFS) and the University of New Mexico. The New Mexico seminar served as a pilot for a planned series of similar higher-ed focused events around the country that would include the Coalition and the Center for Campus Fire Safety.


Broward County BDA Committee Chair Presents Draft ERRCS Specifications at 7/29 Meeting

Broward County

Posted on August 21, 2019
Follow-up meeting scheduled for Sept. 17th

The Broward County BDA Committee held its latest meeting on July 29th in Plantation Florida, in front of a packed room.





From the Chief’s Corner: What’s in Your Wallet?

Chief Alan Perdue

Posted on August 21, 2019

The popular tagline “What’s in Your Wallet?” is from an advertising campaign for Capital One and their credit card line. It’s a line that many of us recognize because we’ve seen the ubiquitous commercials at some point.

So, what does Capital One’s ad campaign have to do with the Safer Buildings Coalition? No, we are not coming out with an SBC credit card, but there is work taking place that will have you – our member companies and employees -- thinking about “What’s in your wallet?” in terms of complying with the requirements of the codes and standards related to public safety in-building emergency communications enhancement systems. 


Save the date: IWCE 2020 and SBC Member Meeting & Dinner

IWCE logo

Posted on August 21, 2019
The Safer Buildings Coalition Will Be in Las Vegas 3/30-4/2

IWCE 2019 was a big success for the Safer Buildings Coalition. We are doing it again in 2020, and we hope to see many of you there.




Safer Buildings Coalition Fall 2019 Seminars

Safer Buildings Coalition Fall 2019 Seminars

Posted on August 21, 2019
Check out our next seminars

The Safer Buildings Coalition 2019 Seminar Series is well underway, and we would like to thank everyone who has attended our events.

We have several more seminars scheduled across the country, starting with our event in Manchester, NH on Wednesday, August 28th, that’s next week, which features a special appearance by Michael Varney, FirstNet Director of Field Operations.


More Content Added to Safer Buildings Help Page 

More Content Added to Safer Buildings Help Page

Posted on August 21, 2019
Submit your questions: We are listening...

The Help Page on the Safer Buildings Coalition website is a work in progress, and – inspired by your feedback – we have just added two new sections, which specifically cover questions regarding, respectively, the Safer Buildings Coalition website in general and the Member Showcase.


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In-Building Radio Enhancement Requirements by Jurisdictionand more...

The Safer Buildings Coalition website has an extensive collection of resources to assist in understanding Emergency Responders Radio Coverage Systems (ERRCS) requirements and other topics. 

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The purpose of the Safer Buildings Coalition Member Showcase is to provide visibility to the organizations who have demonstrated this commitment through Safer Buildings Coalition participation in this specialized community of practice.

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