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The FED Learning Center has knowledgeable industy professionals with many years of experience in the Fire Safety field and hold numerous certifications and titles of distiction. You will find no other fire safety training service with the quality we offer.

Mark Conroy

Code Compliance and Senior Engineer
Mark Conroy is the Brooks Equipment Code Compliance and Senior Engineer. He holds a Bachelor in Science degree in Marine Engineering and has been active in the fire protection industry for over 30 years. Mark serves on three NFPA technical committees, NFPA 10, Portable Fire Extinguishers, NFPA 96, Venting Systems for Cooking Applications, and NFPA 17 and 17A, Dry and Wet Chemical Extinguishing Systems Technical.

Chuck Kimball

Vice President – Engineering
Chuck Kimball is currently the Vice President of Engineering for Brooks Equipment Company. With a degree in Engineering Operations from NC State, Chuck offers Brooks his sound, expert guidance and knowledge for over 30 years. Chuck serves on the NFPA’s Building Service and Fire Protection Equipment committee and is responsible for parts of NFPA 101, Life Safety Code and NFPA 5000, Building Construction and Safety Code.

Todd Warner

Product Manager – Fire Alarm Products
Todd Warner is currently a Product Manager at Brooks Equipment specializing in fire alarm products. Todd has over 30 years in the fire alarm industry with a wide range of experience. He is NICET Level IV certified in Fire Alarm Systems and has an Associate Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology. Todd is an active NFPA member serving on Technical Committees for NFPA 72, NFPA 101 and NFPA 5000.

Bob Mete

Product Manager – Emergency Lighting
As Brooks Equipment’s Product Manager for Emergency Lighting, Bob Mete has extensive e-light knowledge and experience. He has nearly 30 years of instruction, sales and marketing experience in the lighting industry and has been specifically involved with the manufacturing of emergency lights and exits signs for the past 15 years.