Baltimore Inner Harbor Aerial courtesy of the Balt

Registration & Hotel

Registration

Online: Register Today!

PDF: Mail or Fax in your registration form.

  Conference Rates

  On or before 5/1  

  After 5/1  
  IAFC Member   $385   $420
  Non-Member   $420   $460

  Daily Rate Only                          

  $240   $265

 

Onsite Registration Hours:

  Wednesday, June 14   2:00 pm - 5:30 pm  
  Thursday, June 15   6:30 am - 5:00 pm
  Friday, June 16   7:30 am - 5:00 pm  

  Saturday, June 18                         

  7:30 am - 3:00 pm

 

Cancellation/Substitution Policy:
All cancellations will be subject to a $75 administrative fee. Cancellations must be sent in writing to the registration Center via e-mail to HAZMAT@experient-inc.com by May 1, 2017. Telephone cancellations will not be accepted.

After May 1, 2017, substitutions will be allowed in the event the registrant is unable to attend, but no refunds will be issued. Telephone substitutions will be permitted.

Housing

Conference Headquarters Hotel

Hilton Baltimore
401 W Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: 443-573-8700
Book your room at the Hilton Baltimore.

A block of rooms have been secured at the Hilton Baltimore for $156 per night plus tax from June 12 - 18, 2017.  Reservations must be made by May 29, 2017.  After May 29, 2017, reservations will be based on availability and current rate. Please make your reservations early to ensure availability.

Additional Housing 

Marriott Baltimore Inner Harbor at Camden Yards
110 South Eutaw Steet
Baltimore, MD 21201
410-962-0202
Book your room at the Marriott Baltimore Inner Harbor at Camden Yards.

A block of rooms have been secured at the Marriott Baltimore Inner Harbor at Camden Yards for $156 per night plus tax from June 14-19, 2017.  Reservations must be made by May 23, 2017.  After May 23, 2017, reservations will be based on availability and current rate. Please make your reservations early to ensure availability.



Hotel Poachers

The IAFC has been alerted that unauthorized housing companies (called hotel poachers) have been contacting registered attendees and exhibitors offering cheaper rates at hotels in IAFC’s Hazmat Conference housing block. This practice, also known as room pirating, is a scam that all attendees should be aware of in order to avoid passing along personal and financial information.

How hotel poachers book rooms and attempt to get your money:
Most poaching agencies do not have a contract with any hotels for room blocks. They will contact a housing wholesaler, such as Expedia, Priceline, etc. to see if rooms are available that they can mark up to resell to unsuspecting guests. Hotel poachers will claim to be calling on behalf of IAFC or state that they are the official housing company and will sometimes ask that your room be paid in full, up front. 

What we do, and what you can do, to avoid hotel poachers:
The IAFC negotiates contracts with hotels to include clauses to protect our attendees should the hotel oversell the rooms or any other issues that may arise with reservations. Rooms reserved outside of IAFC's Hazmat Conference housing block do not have official contracts with the IAFC; therefore, we are unable to help you if any issues arise.

Protect yourself:

  • Be aware that IAFC has housing blocks with the Hilton Baltimore and the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards only.  To book a hotel room you must call or go online to reserve your room - a company will not call you to book your room for you.
  • Trust your instincts and the old adage: If it sounds too good to be true then it most likely is.
  • If you are ever unsure whether or not something is legitimate, contact us first before providing your personal information, company information, or any financial information.

If you receive an unrequested call or email from any company that is not our official housing provider, contact us immediately.



In 2010, fire departments across the country responded to a total of 402,000 hazardous materials calls.

– Source: NPFA, Fire Loss in the United States 2010, Michael J. Karter, Jr., September 2011, and previous reports in the series