Annual Conference & Expo

SFPE’s Annual Conference & Expo is the source for technical information and technology for fire protection engineers, fire safety engineers, fire engineers and allied professionals. Professionals attend for education sessions on topics including building and fire protection, design, modeling, hazards, human behavior, and case studies. In addition, networking (virtually) with sponsors ensures they are aware of the latest products, tools and resources critical to their profession.

Some of the key product categories that SFPE attendees are looking to discuss and explore are: Sprinkler systems, smoke and fire detectors, fire alarms, fire suppressants, water supply, passive fire protection, consulting services, evacuation systems, software, control systems, building materials and much more!

SPFE’s Annual Conference & Expo attracts over 400 professionals from around the globe including experts from the U.S., Canada, Europe, South America, Asia, Africa, Middle East and the Oceanic.

2021 Virtual Annual Conference

Europe Conference & Expo

SFPE's conferences have established a reputation globally as the premier events for keeping abreast of advancements in fire safety engineering. Fire safety engineering is growing rapidly in many European countries. SFPE Europe has been addressing the regional needs to facilitate greater networking, collaboration, and exchange among fire safety engineering professionals as well as a pursuit of technical knowledge and education.

2021 Virtual Europe Conference

International Performance-Based Codes and Fire Safety Design Methods Conference

The application of fire safety engineering to develop innovative and robust fire and life safety solutions for the built environment has expanded considerably over the past 25 years. In many countries, this has been facilitated by the implementation of performance-based building and fire codes. This 13th International Conference on Performance-Based Codes and Fire Safety Design Methods to be held in Auckland, New Zealand will provide an excellent global opportunity to address current and future trends in building and fire regulatory systems.