TargetSafety has partnered with Retired Phoenix Fire Chief Alan Brunacini to lead their Fire and EMS Advisory Board. As the chairman of the advisory board Chief Brunacini will lead other chiefs and leading industry professionals as they advise TargetSafety on the development of new applications and training content to better serve the fire and EMS industry.
Chief Brunacini retired from the Phoenix Fire Department in 2006 after 48 years of service and has authored; the Essentials of Fire Department Customer Service, Fire Command, and Timeless Tactical Truths and Command Safety. He was also a past chairman of the Fire Service Occupational Safety and Health Committee of the NFPA, which was responsible for the development of Standard 1500.
“Online education is the future of fire service training and recordkeeping. I look forward to working on this important board and assisting TargetSafety, the leader in fire and EMS training to develop new applications and content for their current and future customers,” said Fire Chief Alan Brunacini, Phoenix Fire Department and Principal of Fire Command Seminars.
“TargetSafety is honored to have Chief Brunacini representing our service. His dedication and devotion to training and safety is second to none. After serving the Phoenix Fire Department for almost a half of a century, Brunacini brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience that will greatly benefit TargetSafety and its fire industry customers,” said Bruce Kaechele, President and CEO of TargetSafety.
For more information about the TargetSafety Fire Advisory Board and a complete list of board members, please visit: www.targetsafety.com/fire/tfab
TargetSafety’s fire industry business unit has been providing training, services and applications designed specifically for the fire and EMS industry since 1999. As a training partner of the NFPA, TargetSafety is dedicated to providing fire departments and EMS agencies with a complete solution to maintain compliance, promote safety, reduce losses, provide certified EMS CE hours, and assist with the management and documentation of all firefighter training.