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San Diego convention Center, CA
March 4-8, 2018

Come see us at the Exhibit Hall in Booth 1047 !

Steffan Magnusson (Sweden) "Healthy Firefighters - Improving the work Environment of Firefighers";Lars Axelsson (Sweden) "Fire Behavior in Larger Structures"; Graham Ellis (England) "Tragedy in London: Lessons Learned from the Grenfell Tower Fire; Interoperability for High Threat Challenges; Lessons learned from London Terror Attacks"; check our video below for all international speakers at FireHouseWorld. www.firehouseworld.com

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FireHouse World International Speakers continued: Stefan Svensson (Sweden) "Research Benefiting the Fire Service"; Art Arnalich (Switzerland) "3T Tools. Techniques and Tactics - Smarter Firefighting by Combining Existing Practices and Research Findings"; John McDonough (Australia) "Non-Negotiables: How to be the Firefighter You Want to Show up at Your House; How Water Extinguishes: Can We Be Both Effective and Efficient ?"; Les Karpluk (canada) "Being a Leader or Being a Bystander ? What You Don't Know Can Hurt You as a Leader"; Jennifer Keir (Canada) "Singeing Risk: A Scientific Approach to Reducing Firefighters' Toxic Exposure".

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