Super Vacuum

Tactical Ventilation and Its Impact on Fireground Operations
Free to attend.
Approximately one hour.
George Healy, Battalion Chief, Fire Department of New York John Ceriello, Captain, New York City Fire Department
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The instructors, each drawing on their 20-plus years of experience in the fire service and background in the testing arena, explains how fire departments can integrate recent research findings into firefighting operations and better protect members. The research has been conducted over the past several years by the fire service in conjunction with the fire protection engineering community to determine how fire department operations impact the fireground so that the fire service can refine its tactics and develop standard operating procedures to prevent deaths and injuries on the fireground. Modern fire dynamics and the impact of tactical ventilation on operations and firefighter survival are among the topics emphasized.

Please join us for this webcast sponsored by Super Vacuum.

George Healy Battalion Chief Fire Department of New York   george_healy120x160
John Ceriello Captain New York City Fire Department   John Ceriello120x160
Super Vacuum :

Super Vacuum Manufacturing Company, Inc. is the world leader in the manufacturing of emergency ventilation products. Additionally, Super Vac has two other divisions: one that builds custom rescue vehicles, and the other that manufactures floodlighting towers. All of these products are sold to fire departments and industry throughout the United States and around the world.  

Super Vac manufactures electric, gasoline, hydraulic, and air powered units for the wide array of use seen in emergency situations and industrial use. The ventilators are used to remove smoke from a fire, thereby increasing visibility for firefighters, improving survivability for victims and reducing property damage due to heavy smoke.  Industrial uses include man and machine cooling, smoke and fume removal, painting, sand blasting, and fresh air supply.  Super Vac has designed state of the art ventilators to be used in confined space rescues. Our engineering facilities include an air test chamber built to AMCA Standard 210 and 240 for accurately measuring and maximizing the air performance of our ventilators.