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Webinar: Tech-driven tactics: Innovating incident command for safer firefighting

Leveraging emerging technology to enhance firefighter safety

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Register to attend this webinar on Tuesday, July 23, at 12 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. CT / 9 a.m. PT by completing the “Register for this FireRescue1 Webinar” box on this page!

Can’t make the date? Register anyway and we’ll send you a recording after the event.

Join us for this webinar exploring the intersection of technology and firefighting where incident commanders can learn to use new tools to protect their team and community. We’ll examine the latest technology that is keeping firefighters safe and organized in real time. You will gain insights into innovative safety measures enabled by technology, such as wearable sensors and predictive modeling. We’ll also offer a sneak peek at a new technology for enhanced firefighter accountability. By staying ahead of the curve, you can lead your teams more effectively and adapt to evolving challenges. Don’t miss this opportunity to upgrade your command post and keep everyone safe.

You will learn:

  • Ways to leverage advanced communication systems to coordinate resources effectively during emergencies.
  • New insights into innovative safety measures enabled by technology.
  • Insider strategies to minimize risks and protect lives on the fireground.
  • Tips to elevate command skills by using emerging technologies, thereby empowering leaders to make better informed decisions.



L - R: Justin Capaul, John Morrison, Rob Karsch

Battalion Chief Justin Capaul is a 4th generation firefighter and Battalion Chief with Kootenai County Fire & Rescue (ID). An experienced incident commander and passionate about fire service training, he is also a co-owner of Batt 3 Public Safety Solutions and 2nd Due Training, LLC.

John Morrison is a working Battalion Chief with 28 years of experience and one of the original creators of ICx incident command software. He passionately believes that safer emergency incidents start with meeting the obligation of the incident commander to provide a well-organized scene along with functional firefighter accountability.

Rob Karsch, a dedicated member of the Bristol, RI Volunteer Fire Department for over 40 years, has focused his career on advancing technology solutions for Public Safety. His commitment to excellence extends to his work as an EMT-Cardiac and Captain of the all-volunteer ALS/BLS rescue squad, where he pioneered paramedic-level ALS services in Rhode Island. With extensive IT experience, including roles at Xplore Technologies and Motion Computing, Rob currently serves as a Senior Sales Engineer at Zebra Technologies.