Fire Smoke: The Hidden Dangers

June 4: Discussion includes the hidden dangers, overcoming complacency, smoke toxicity, air management, atmospheric monitoring, personal protective equipment care and maintenance, firefighter washing down and decon, and emerging options for improving health and training and policies.
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Date: June 4, 2021 1:00 PM EDT

Duration: 1 Hour

CEU: A certificate of attendance will be offered.

Behavioral changes are needed to improve health and safety. Discussion includes the hidden dangers, overcoming complacency, smoke toxicity, air management, atmospheric monitoring, personal protective equipment care and maintenance, firefighter washing down and decon, and emerging options for improving health and training and policies.

Presented by: Jason Krusen

Jason Krusen is the deputy chief for the Charleston (SC) Fire Department and a 25-year fire service veteran. He is the president of the Fire Smoke Coalition and instructs across the United States and internationally. He has a bachelor’s degree in fire and safety engineering from the University of Cincinnati.

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