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Special Coverage: Fire-Rescue International 2017

Here’s your complete coverage of the 2017 Fire-Rescue International conference in Charlotte, N.C. Visit this page for show and vendor coverage.

Chief Travis Myklebust offered strategies to create community partnerships and collaboration to achieve a reduction in 911 calls the fire service responds to
Firefighter Bart van Leeuwen advocated for better firefighter education to help fire departments implement game-changing information technology
One of the new machines uses scanning technology to compare the parts that have been machined
The Scott Connect Monitor, AVIVA half mask respirator, Scott Sight and other portable gas monitors will also be on display
A two-tier locker and personnel locker are among the new products on display at FRI 2017
The Reveal FirePRO retails for $799; a live demo can be scheduled during FRI 2017
Are you following the letter of the law when using unmanned aircraft systems in fire operations?
Notifications are sent to warn motorists that responders are coming in order to avoid an accident
Flow meters on the rig provide data across a broad range of flow rates
Fire and civic leaders from around the world encouraged attendees to serve their communities with passion in the best job in the world
Firefighters must remain mentally engaged in assessing the conditions to determine when positive outcomes can be safely achieved
Chiefs from North Lenoir Fire & Rescue in Kinston, N.C. and Macon-Bibb Country Fire department in Macon, Ga., receive prestigious awards at Fire-Rescue International
Fire-Rescue International conference speakers discuss the magnitude of the epidemic and the challenges it presents for the fire and EMS service
Fire-Rescue International conference speaker breaks down the legal issues that are important to fire and EMS departments