BullEX Digital Safety and Pike County to Provide Full Range of Fire Safety Training to Community
Albany, NY - Pike County Emergency Management (PCEM), in Pikeville, KY welcomed their 39’ custom designed BullEx Fire Safety Trailer. The mobile training environment features residential and industrial emergency scenarios and dual briefing rooms. Training components in the kitchen scenario include the interactive SmartStove™ and TrashCan SmartProps with integrated digital flames, smoke and sound effects. PCEM requested the addition of the Extreme Weather Package, which provides realistic simulations that incorporate surround-sound effects for hurricane, earthquake, flood, and thunderstorm safety education.
“Pike County Emergency Management is dedicated to providing a high level of fire safety education and training to their community and we are excited to help in this initiative,” said BullEx CEO Ryan O’Donnell. “Our Fire Safety Trailers provide comprehensive hands-on emergency training scenarios, and PCEM will be able to train hundreds of people in a single day.” Pike County Emergency Management provides emergency response and public safety training for their entire community of 70,000 people.
For additional information on Bullex Fire Safety Trailers, visit the company’s website at www.bullexsafety.com.
About BullEx Digital Safety:
BullEx is an innovative technology company that develops smart training tools for firefighters, safety officers, and other emergency responders. Its global products include fire extinguisher training systems, hose-line training devices, HazMat training tools, and interactive fire prevention trailers. BullEx serves a diverse customer base from its corporate and manufacturing headquarters in Albany, NY and maintains offices around the world. For more information, please call 1-888-4BULLEX/518-689-2023 or visit the company’s website at www.bullexsafety.com.
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