BullEx Delivers Fire Safety and Emergency Training Trailer

Albany, NY—Firefighters from the Bayou Cane Fire District, located in Houma, Louisiana, welcomed the delivery of their 21-foot BullEx Fire Safety and Emergency Training Trailer. The mobile fire prevention training environment features an interactive kitchen and bedroom training rooms. The kitchen includes a variety of training scenarios including a smoking outlet, chemical cabinet, burning cooktop, 911 phone and interactive smoke detector response scenarios. The bedroom is equipped with a heated and smoking door to allow trainees to “feel for heat” and then evacuate through the sliding window and exterior mounted escape ladder for successful E.D.I.T.H. drills. The simulations demonstrate the escalation of a residential emergency in real time, providing realistic hands-on fire extinguisher and evacuation training.

Bayou Cane Volunteer Fire Department was founded in 1962 and has since grown into a fire protection district with full time career firefighters. The department responds to approximately 2,500 calls of service per year. Our services include fire suppression, EMS, hazardous materials response, and rescue/extrication.

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