What You Should Know About Your Station Wear: Myths and Misconceptions


DATE: August 12, 2021 | 1 PM EDT


A certificate of attendance will be offered.

We receive a lot of questions from firefighters about station wear, and in this Webcast we’ll answer some of the more common questions. Led by Workrite’s Technical Training Manager, Derek Sang, we’ll explore what to look for when selecting station wear, how it should be used, and how to properly care for and maintain it.


Presented by DEREK SANG

When you conduct an average of 20 live trainings a year for over 500 people in seven different countries, most would consider you an FR expert. And that’s exactly how many refer to Derek Sang. Derek has been involved with the flame-resistant clothing (FRC) industry in a variety of roles from the service, manufacturing and garment sides of the business for over 20 years. The first 10 years of his career Derek worked directly with end-users developing and implementing Flame-Resistant Clothing programs specific to the customer’s hazards. Over the past 15 years, Derek has worked closely with fortune 1000 companies as they look to develop FR clothing programs, educating them on various fabrics and FR technologies as well as the dynamics of arc flash and flash fire hazards. 


Sponsored By: Workrite Fire Service

When you’ve been the industry-leading flame-resistant manufacturer for the largest fire departments in the country since 1986, you know you’re doing something right. Workrite Fire Service understands that firefighters are more than just firefighters. When a few seconds can be the difference between saving a life, fire professionals depend on Workrite Fire Service. Visit us at www.bulwark.com/workrite-fire-service

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