As part of an effort to update the online NFPA Member Directory, to include more member company branches in NFPA events taking place across North America, we would like to collect your updated member company information – including current staff and affiliate branch locations. The most valuable information to update is as follows:
- Company description
- Primary contact name, email address, and phone number
- Staff name, email address, and phone number
- Branch location name, address, main contact for the branch, email, and phone number
Member company updates may be completed online at the Member Directory page, http://web.nfpa.com/aboutnfpa/memberdirectoryproductlocator.aspx. Please log in to view your entire listing and to make any updates. If you are having any trouble updating your information, or if you have any questions, contact Denise Husenica at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you have branch locations? If so, please provide the location information to Carrie Berger at email@example.com. Carrie will update the database. If you do not have any affiliate locations, this information would also be helpful to know.
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