To encourage high professional standards of conduct among fire inspectors
Fire Marshal Interchange
What is the Fire Marshal Interchange (FMI)?
The Fire Marshal Interchange (FMI) is a secure information platform that allows fire marshals from across the United States to share knowledge and information outside jurisdictions.
How do I Join the Fire Marshal Interchange?
The FMI website resides on the Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN).
Registered (active) HSIN users, send your request to join the FMI to email@example.com.
New HSIN users:
1. Send a request to join the FMI from your assigned work-related government email account to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. We will email you an invitation. Follow the instructions in the invitation.
3. After we vet you into the HSIN, we will notify you of your access to the FMI.
For More Information…
Connect. Communicate. Collaborate.
Join your fire marshal colleagues on the FMI today!
New Web Page Added
You may notice a new link in the menu bar in the header. A new web page has been added. Every couple weeks, we will be adding to the page a new code modification or addition to the 2018 International Codes. South Carolina will switch to the 2018 codes series beginning January 1, 2019. Hopefully, this new section will help you with the transition to the new codes. Each code modification or addition will have a section at the end for comments. Post your comments so others can see and reply. Due to bots, comments will be reviewed and approved before they are made public.
Executive Members for 2019 – 2021
Welcome Newest Members to the Association
Please join the Association in welcoming its newest members. The following people have joined the Association since the 2018 Spring Conference.
|Douglas Sutton, City of Rock Hill||Michael Tapp, City of Easley||Matt Littleton, City of Easley|
|Kevin King, City of Easley||Chris Cartee, City of Clemson||Shawn Petras, Whitney Fire Department|
|Scott Ordway, City of Myrtle Beach||Jonathan Fore, Whitney Fire Department||Jonathan Evans, City of Myrtle Beach|
|James Nance, III, Clarendon County Fire Department||Robert Pegram, Clarendon County Fire Department||Paul Brian Horne, South Greenville Fire Department|
|Geoff Woolard, Mooresville Fire Rescue||John Norton, Lady’s Island – St. Helena Fire Department||Gary Melton, Goose Creek Rural Fire Deparment|
|Mark Nugent, Midway Fire Rescue||Sean Harshaw, Mount Pleasant Fire Department||Steve Holmes, Greenwood County|
|Joshua McCowan, Anderson County|