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The Fire and Life Safety Educators of Colorado (FLSEC), a 501c3 nonprofit organization, aims to improve public education efforts in Colorado in the areas of injury and fire prevention.

**NEW Mini-grants available to FLSEC Members**
FLSEC Members/Agencies are eligible for $500 mini-grants to support your public education/risk reduction efforts.  You can use the funds to purchase materials, brochures, further your training, etc.  Fill out the application at: http://goo.gl/forms/udCtFB2jZw .

Our objectives are simple but effective:

  • Share Resources–avoid duplication of effort, promotes improvement of similar programs, and is cost effective.
  • Provide professional development for members in areas such as program management, public education, and life safety.
  • Coordinate key programs statewide to increase both program visibility and credibility.
  • Represent a larger population to the media, government, and funding agencies.
  • Obtain funding for fire and life safety programs beyond the scope of individual departments/agencies.

Bylaws

Benefits to Members:

  • Networking
  • Discounts on Certification Trainings (FLSE, JFIS, etc.) (based on the number of paid members)
  • Discounts to attend Conference of the Rockies (based on the number of paid members)
  • Access to mini-grants to support your public education and risk reduction efforts

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