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A Review of the Fire at Notre Dame Cathedral

  • 10 Feb 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Quiet Cannon, 901 N. Via Clemente, Montebello, CA 90604


  • 6-foot display table for use of the sponsor and five minutes at the beginning of the meeting to address the audience
  • Member pricing through January 27
  • Non-member pricing available through January 27

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Topic:  A Review of the Fire at Notre Dame Cathedral

Date:  February 10, 2020


Quiet Cannon

901 N. Via San Clemente

Montebello, Ca 90604


11:30AM: Registration and Networking

12:00PM: Meeting and Lunch

12:30PM: Key Note Presentation

1:30PM: Conclusion of Meeting

Monthly Meeting Sponsor

Monthly meeting sponsor $150.  SFPE SoCal is pleased to announce the introduction of a single meeting sponsor for regularly scheduled monthly meetings. The monthly meeting sponsor is provided with a 6 foot display table, and 5 minutes at the beginning of the meeting to address the audience.  If provided, the sponsor’s logo will be on the monthly meeting flyer and identified on the event on the website.  Set up for the display is at 11:30am the day of the meeting and tear down is after the meeting at 2pm.

Event Flyer

02-10-20 Meeting Flyer.pdf


Debbie Freeland - Arhtur J. Gallagher & Co.


The fire in the iconic Notre Dame cathedral in Paris on April 15, 2019 stunned the world! How could this have happened? What we know about the sequence of events, the cause, other factors that contributed to the damage, and what this devastating fire has taught us will be discussed.


Debbie Freeland has been a fire protection consultant for over 30 years, more than 20 year with Gallagher, the world's 4th largest insurance broker. She is a long term member and past chair of NFPA's committee on Protection of Cultural Resources, responsible for NFPA 909 and 914, protection of museums, libraries, places of worship, and historic buildings, and is editor of that section of the NFPA Handbook. She has worked with museums, churches, libraries, and cultural institutions of all sizes in developing fire protection alternatives and programs to reduce their potential risk and is at the forefront of developing new standards to address the protection of historic structures while preserving their historic fabric. Debbie has spoken at several American Association of Museums conferences, the Smithsonian National conferences on Cultural Property Protection, and at seminars on protection of collections, museums, and historic buildings in Italy, Slovenia, Great Britain, Ireland, Scotland, Austria, and several other European countries.

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