Phone Number: 631.277.7602 Ext. 1862
Craig Kampmier began a career in firefighting 50 years ago. His highly credentialed career of fire and life safety includes experience in emergency management, hazardous materials as well as safety and occupational health. Throughout his career, Kampmier has been an instructor with numerous institutions including the National Fire Academy (NFA), the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services, the Rhode Island Fire Academy, and Texas A&M TEEX. Kampmier has worked as a Federal Firefighter – Structural and as Safety for Veterans Administration Medical Centers around the country, the U.S. Navy and other health care systems.
Craig Kampmier is a member of numerous professional organizations including the Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), International Fire Marshals Association (IFMA), Rhode Island Association of Fire Marshals, among others. He has served as a member of NFPA Technical Committees, e.g. NFPA 101 (Life Safety Code); NFPA 53 (Recommended Practice on Materials, Equipment, and Systems Used in Oxygen-Enriched Atmospheres); NFPA 172 (Fire Protection Symbols).
During a few years that he was employed by NFPA, Kampmier administered thirteen Technical Committees, e.g. NFPA 99 (Healthcare Facilities), NFPA 99B (Hyperbaric & Hypobaric [oxygen] Facilities), NFPA 110 (Emergency and Standby Power Systems) and NFPA 111 (Stored Electrical Energy Emergency and Standby Power Systems). He was technical advisor for the NFPA video Evacuation of Healthcare Facilities. In addition, Kampmier has represented the NFPA in a delegation to The Peoples Republic of China, and presented as the subject speaker in Bangkok and Hong Kong.
Kampmier is the recipient of professional awards including the United States Fire Administration (USFA), National Fire Academy, 1995 Executive Fire Officer Outstanding Applied Research Award. He has also been published in several professional journals.