Firefighter Continuing Ed Series, Coming To Orlando

Join Fire-Dex and Ten-8 for our Continuing Education Series seminar on October 27, 2016 in the Greater Orlando area.  

Fire-Dex Continuing Education Series

Join Fire-Dex and W.S. Darley for our Continuing Education Series seminar on September 29, 2016 in the Greater Chicago area.

Fire-Dex Supports and Attends Fire Ops 101

Fire Ops 101

Fire-Dex, represented by Senior METRO Accounts Rep Allen Rom, furnished turnout gear and leather fire boots to politicians and other community leaders at Fire Ops 101 hosted by the Ohio Association of Professional Firefighters. The Fire Ops 101 event was held at the Ohio Fire Academy earlier this week and was largely organized by Columbus Local 67 .

This event included four different evolutions, including live fire, auto extrication, EMS and search and rescue. Scenes from the event:

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Fire Engineering Google Hangout with Bobby Halton, Rob Schnepp, Peter McBride and Fire-Dex’s Allen Rom

tick-308741_1280When: Monday, September 08, 2014 4:00 PM-5:00 PM (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada).
Join us for a discussion on fire smoke and toxicity levels which get into firefighter gear. Related issues such as “bagging and tagging” dirty gear, having two sets of gear, and proactive steps fire departments are doing to deal with this critical issue. Leading the discussion will be Bobby Halton, joined by Allen Rom of Fire-Dex, Rob Schenpp from the Alameda County (CA) Fire Department, and Peter McBride from Ottawa Fire Services (CAN).

Issues and Challenges in Today's Fire Service

Firefighter Training Topics – Issues and Challenges in Today’s Fire Service
Chief (Ret.) Rick Lasky, Lewisville (TX) Fire Department, Battalion Chief (Ret.) John Salka, Fire Department of New York, and Chief (Ret.) Bobby Halton,


Discussion Highlights:
The fire service is faced with a vast array of issues and challenges. For 86 years, FDIC has been the place where honest discussions have led to workable solutions to these issues and challenges. This Big Room Session features three of North America’s most outspoken and informed practitioners. Join Rick Lasky, John Salka, and Bobby Halton as they tackle the most critical issues facing the fire service today in a no-holds-barred session. From pike poles to pensions, from VES (vent-enter-search) to VSP (victim survivability profiling), and from staffing to science, join the chiefs as they discuss the biggest issues in frank, open, and straightforward language.