The Boston Chapter of the NFSA is made up of individuals and professional organizations that are committed to promoting the fire sprinkler concept in the Boston metropolitan area. NFSA works closely with local tradespeople, fire officials, and lawmakers to advance the fire sprinkler concept in New England.
Boston Chapter Officials
|Chair||Steve Cook, J.C. Cannistraro|
|Vice-Chair||Alan Mount, Johnson Controls/Tyco|
|Treasurer||Alec Cambio, Long Island Pipe Supply|
|Secretary||Pamela Turner, Johnson Controls/Tyco|
Thursday October 8, 2020@ 9:00AM
Plymouth Country Club
221 Warren Avenue
Plymouth, MA 02360
The Boston NFSA Chapter is pleased to announce the opening of the registration page for our 4th Annual Golf Tournament. Although the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has dictated the event will need to be a little different this year, we feel there is great benefit in a modified event. This year’s tournament will unfortunately not be a fundraiser for the Shriners Hospital for Children – Boston. In the current economic uncertainty, requesting donations and sponsorships would be challenging for most Instead, we are looking forward to a more budget friendly and social fun day of golf. The cost to golf in this year’s event will be $100 per golfer. There will be no post golf banquet, no raffles and no lunch included. Cash bar, beverage cart and grill (club house) will be available. Please plan to join us for the day and enjoy a causal, fun filled day and break from the stress of this years’ challenges! The link to the registration page is below.
CLICK HERE to register for the 2020 Boston NFSA Golf Tournament.
Boston Chapter Updates
Check out this great news coverage of a side-by-side burn demo at the Worcester, Massachusetts Fire Department on Monday, March 25th. The trailer was donated by NFSA to the Massachusetts Depatment of Fire Services.Read More
A special thank you to the Massachusetts State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey for the shout out to NFSA yesterday at the FCAM meeting for the donation of the side -by-side training/demo unit. He also announced a new way for fire officials across the state to go online and request the unit for use in their communities.Read More
Thank you to Lowell, Massachusetts Fire Officials and NFSA's Dave LaFond and Michael Young for digging deep and adding much to the backstory of this sprinkler save.Read More