It's not too late to register for NFPA's 2001 Fall Education Conference scheduled for November 10-14 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Dallas.

In response to the tragic events of September 11, NFPA has strengthened its program to incorporate information on the disasters. The Opening General Session, to be held Monday, November 12, will focus on the attack on America with keynote speaker and 30-year journalism veteran Morton M. Kondracke discussing how the devastating events may affect U.S. and world affairs.

Featured seminars will include: Domestic Terrorism - a USAR Team Response to New York City and the Pentagon, featuring speakers from the Fairfax County Fire & Rescue Department USAR Team VA-TF1 and the Phoenix Fire Department USAR Team AZ-TF1; Emergency Response to Large Scale Incidents: Experiences from Recent Disasters, presented by disaster management expert Gunnar Kuepper; and How to Deal with Death and Keep Smiling, presented by Father Carl G. Carlozzi, Chaplain Phoenix Fire Department.

For session topics and travel information, visit www.nfpa.org. If you have questions, call (617) 984-7310. To register on-line, go to www.nfpa.org/ProfessionalDev/EventsCalendar/FallEducationConference/FallEducationConference.asp.