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Dräger to bring live fire training to fire departments

The curriculum includes flashover training, thermal balance and how to use the latest technology


Dräger bring its Live Fire Training Roadshow, free of charge, to locations across the U.S. and will showcase it at Fire-Rescue International 2014.  

Dräger’s Live Fire Training curriculum includes flashover training, a phenomenon that is one of the leading causes of death for firefighters. Participants also will learn how thermal balance and off-gassing can impact effective firefighting techniques, as well as effective ventilation and nozzle techniques.

The Live Fire Training also teaches participants how to use the latest thermal imaging technology to search for down victims and determine hotspots.

For additional information about the training programs offered, locations and times, and to sign up for free training at a Dräger Live Fire Training Roadshow event, click here.

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