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The University of Texas at Arlington Announces New Fire & Safety Program

University of Texas at Arlington is excited to announce its new line of Fire & Safety Courses with training and certification programs for both Life Safety and Fire Safety Specialist. Through these specialization programs, you can develop specific fire and life safety knowledge and management skills essential to your career.

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