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Firefighter Safety and Health Section

Safety Webinars

Webinars developed by Dräger

Webinars for Firefighters!

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Dräger feels passionately about educating our customers on the topics that affect their day-to-day lives, and we offer solutions to make their jobs safer and more productive. That's why they have developed the following informational webinars geared to firefighters of all levels. These on-demand webinars are produced by firefighters, therefore, they are always from the firefighter’s perspective.

Unmasking the Threat of HCN and CO Poisoning

​Modern technology has changed the way fire burns. It's hotter, flashovers are faster and it's much more toxic. As a result, firefighters have been dying from toxic chemicals like HCN and CO. Dräger is now offering a webinar program to educate you on ways to protect yourself.

 

Detecting Hydrogen Cyanide and Carbon Monoxide

​Smoke emits deadly, invisible gases. Of these, the most toxic are hydrogen cyanide (HCN) and carbon monoxide (CO). Combined, they’re fast acting and fatal. This webinar educates firefighters of all levels on ways to protect themselves against these silent killers.

 

TIC 2.0 – Expect More from Your Thermal Imaging Camera!

​The session will cover advanced fundamentals of thermal imaging including 6-sided imaging, multiple uses for thermal imaging within your department, and much more!

 

NFPA SCBA Standard, What You Need to Know

This webinar discusses the new technical requirements for self-contained breathing apparatus in the 2013 edition of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1981 Standard on Open-Circuit Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus for Fire and Emergency Services.

 

Understanding Flashovers

A flashover, or when a room bursts into flame, is the most dangerous time during a fire and chiefs and firefighters need to delay or prevent flashovers to advance rescue. All firefighters need to know the definition of flashover and the warning signs of this danger.