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***New for 2017***
Course will be held at TEEX Brayton Fire Training Field in College Station, Texas
The Week will offer the following content ...
Industry looks to Williams' for insightful leadership when it comes to industrial fire response. Our long history of successful extinguishment of land and marine-borne fires has informed our tactical approach and our equipment design to assure Williams' responders the greatest margin of safety and effectiveness possible.
Williams Fire & Hazard Control offers our first-hand experience confronting industry's largest fire events in our annual Industrial Fire & Hazard Training. Classroom study and practical exercises will cover various incident profiles and fire dynamics, foam and dry chemical applications, response logistics and field operations, and large-volume equipment applications.
Drawing from Williams' recent response activity and the experience of leading fire professionals throughout industry, attendees will get a closer look at response events that occur around the world — assessing event characteristics, response methodology, and event impact.
Instructors will offer insights into typical industrial operating profiles and their inherent exposures looking closely at fire suppression standards and Williams' Compliance + approach to fire protection and response strategies. This focus on lessons learned relative to operating conditions, incident characteristics and successful response measures strengthens the group and our industry.
Attendees will move from the classroom to the field rotating through a full day of hands-on equipment operations training. Operating stations will offer a close look at pump operations from submersible supply to relay pumping, foam proportioning and apparatus integration, hose volume and configurations, and end-of-line delivery options including Williams' Big Guns such as the Ranger3, Ambassador and Battler packages.
Williams' equipment has defined effective large -volume response tactics for over 30 years. This day of field activity offers an inside look at the most efficient and effective response logistics and equipment operations that can offer fire brigades response strategies that have been proven time and time again.
Flammable liquid firefighters rely on proper foam applications and reliability to overcome the unique dynamics of fires involving hydrocarbon and alcohol based fuels. Classroom and laboratory presentations will introduce participants to the fundamentals that make AR-AFFF foams so special, and why Williams Fire & Hazard Control insists on the very best performance in their foam of choice … resulting in ThunderStorm® foams.
Williams Fire & Hazard Control brings its first-hand experience and observation to all aspects of Fire Suppression —including response strategies, portable equipment fixed and semi-fixed suppression systems.
For decades Williams' Systems Engineering group has offered solutions to protect docks, platforms, process areas, terminals, loading racks, and more. Offering foam proportioning systems and compliance based foam chamber and sprinkler configurations Williams has also developed robust large-volume manifolds and water management systems, Quick Attack monitor stations, elevated large-volume remote-controlled Hydro-Foam™ and Hydro-Chem™ monitors and advanced COMPLIANCE + equipment tailored to more effectively address fire dynamics found in specific operating profiles such as Storage Terminals using "Jumbo" Tanks.
All phases of Fire Suppression will be studied during this week assuring participants understand the multiple response and equipment options and necessities that are "driven by the incident".
The week will culminate with a full day of LIVE FIRE* exercises involving pressure fed fires, pooling fires, running fuel fires, and fuels-in-depth all exercising the teams’ use of coordinated foam applications, dry-chemical usage, hand line attacks, ground-monitor deployment, Quick Attack monitor operations, and large volume Big Gun logistics.
Simulations will replicate process unit fires, pressurized pump alley fires, and storage tank fires.
*Participants in this Workshop may be exposed to certain risks that are inherent to any fire school. By submitting an application, the Participant agrees to assume all responsibility for such risk.
Throughout the week hospitality events help attendees unwind and to share quality time with both their peers and with Williams Fire & Hazard Control fire response personnel to explore all questions relative to fire response in a casual environment.
A group of 7 receives one free slot.
** School payment options include online credit card processing, PO# Invoicing, cost center, check, and wire transfer.
For assistance with credit card processing please contact Lindsey Boren (409) 550-3751 or via email Lindsey.Boren@tycofp.com
NOTE: Tuition must be paid in full for all pre-registrants by May 6, 2017
For those who register after May 6, 2017 payment is due upon registration by credit card.
Remit payment to:
Williams Fire & Hazard Control
9605 Richard Wycoff Dr
Port Arthur, TX 77640
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Payment for Bunker Gear Rental and/or any related cleaning or shipping services will be paid directly to Delta Industrial Service & Supply.
Contact - Eric Currie, Delta Industrial Service and Supply
800 249 5292 Toll Free
409 724 1055 Office
409 722 8062 Fax