In This Issue: New Motorola Two-Way Radio; Rurally Speaking; Dräger Fest
Dräger Fest is coming on October 1. Join FDIC International and Fire Engineering for a full day of learning about Dräger’s solutions, including live-fire training systems, NFPA-compliant SCBA, and gas detection for the fireground. Also be sure to check out the new smart Motorola two-way radio. Details are below.
Whose brilliant idea was it to eliminate the tailboard from pumpers? Also known as the rear step, it served as an ideal work platform when or if required to reload hose or access equipment stored up high at the rear of the apparatus.
Designed for firefighters, it combines mission-critical voice communications with data applications that bring together radio voice control, messaging, mapping, and vital new collaboration applications that can help improve situational awareness of those in the field.
Key Fire Hose is proud to partner with both the Terry Fund and the Tunnel to Towers Foundation as these organizations, through their ongoing efforts, continue to aid first responders and their families with financial, educational, medical, and housing support.
Join us for the Dräger Fest virtual event on October 1. Click the REGISTER button below to sign up for this unique and innovative platform dedicated to showcasing Dräger solutions including live-fire training systems, NFPA-compliant SCBA, and gas detection on the fireground. Every attendee will receive a gift from Dräger, and there will be special giveaways throughout October 1.
Technimount System (Technimount) has announced the launch of the Techni-Tab™ Assistant. A first for the EMS industry, this innovative stretcher mounting system provides EMS responders with a secure way to transport ePCR equipment.
The Fire Department of New York (FDNY) has conducted an extensive and detailed examination and evaluation of best practices for cleaning apparatus. Learn about the study and get an explanation of the findings and resulting policies and procedures.
Greg Olson, Sr. Global Product Specialist for Industrial Hygiene and Respiratory Protection at TSI, and Bobby Halton, Editor in Chief at Fire Engineering, discuss respiratory protection and respirator fit testing.
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