Dräger Swede Survival  Fire training during realistic live fire conditions is a necessity. Unfortunately, under uncontrolled conditions, they are a major cause of accidents resulting in great pain, suffering and expense. But with the Dräger Swede Survival conditions are controlled and safe meeting all criteria for NFPA 1001, NFPA 1403 and NFPA 1500 standards as well as all Swedish Rescue Training Center Standards.

Dräger Swede Survival

Fire training during realistic live fire conditions is a necessity. Unfortunately, under uncontrolled conditions, they are a major cause of accidents resulting in great pain, suffering and expense. But with the Dräger Swede Survival conditions are controlled and safe meeting all criteria for NFPA 1001, NFPA 1403 and NFPA 1500 standards as well as all Swedish Rescue Training Center Standards.

UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute (FSRI) advances fire research knowledge and develops cutting edge, practical fire service education aimed at helping firefighters stay safe while more effectively protecting people and property.

  ModernFireBehavior.com is a joint effort between www.FirefighterCloseCalls.com and the Underwriters Laboratories Fire Safety Research Institute.  This site is meant to serve   as a clearinghouse of news and training information related to Modern Fire Behavior and Modern Building Construction Research, Tactics, and Practices along with actual street experiences. If you have any questions, would like to submit content or schedule a class, please feel free to contact our Webmaster  Brian Kazmierzak .

ModernFireBehavior.com is a joint effort between www.FirefighterCloseCalls.com and the Underwriters Laboratories Fire Safety Research Institute.  This site is meant to serve as a clearinghouse of news and training information related to Modern Fire Behavior and Modern Building Construction Research, Tactics, and Practices along with actual street experiences. If you have any questions, would like to submit content or schedule a class, please feel free to contact our Webmaster Brian Kazmierzak.

The International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI) was established in 1961 when a handful of instructors got together to talk about how they could improve firefighter safety.  Over the next five decades the ISFSI has contributed to the fire service through education and support of fire instructors everywhere. The ISFSI leads fire and EMS instructors in their efforts to reduce firefighter fatalities and injuries, increase firefighter safety, and improve the profession through education and training.

Northern H.E.A.T.,

Northern H.E.A.T., Hands-on Education Awareness Training. Our yearly fire conference hosted by the Peace Regional Fire Chiefs Association (PRFC). The PRFC is comprised of Chief Officers from Northwest Alberta. Our goal is to bring cutting edge firefighting training and speakers to our region. The conference has evolved over 20 years to become Northern H.E.A.T.. Our intent is to give you training that will assist you to return home to your families after your service to the community. Also it reminds everyone to take the training back to your home department and share it.