If you are interested in developing and implementing an effective thermal imaging training program in your department or would like to evaluate your program, this Webcast is for you. It covers the following topics: applicable National Fire Protection Association standards for thermal imaging; thermal imaging technology, features, and concepts; key components of an effective thermal imaging training program; potential information sources of key training resources for use in the program; and measurement methods for determining program success. You will have the opportunity to discuss what is and what is not working in your program.
Please join us for this Webcast sponsored by Avon Protection Systems.
Sponsored By Avon Protection Systems
Avon Protection has been at the forefront of supplying specialist respiratory protection devices and equipment to police officers, paramedics, firefighters, armed response and specialist counter-terrorism teams around the world since the 1980s. Avon Protection acquired the argus range of thermal imaging cameras in 2015 and today more than 35,000 end users rely on their argus product. The Avon Protection engineers pioneered the development of handheld thermal imagers over 35 years ago and remain one of the leading innovators and suppliers to firefighting and security organizations throughout the World.
Avon Protection’s innovations are always specifically designed with firefighter safety in mind. The argus range of thermal imaging cameras – Mi-TIC E, Mi-TIC E L, Mi-TIC 320 and Mi-TIC S – are the most extensive offering certified to the latest NFPA 1801:2018 standard. Whether it’s the safest battery technology, unmistakable application of colors or the highest available dynamic temperature range, Avon innovations are always specifically designed with firefighter safety in mind.
For more information about the company’s thermal imaging products visit: https://www.avon-protection.com/products/argus-range.htm