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2018

2018

Minister Jan Jambon
Extrication & New Technology
CTIF
CTIF information for Associate Members
Fire, Rescue & New Challenges: CTIF Yearly Seminar
Technology in Fire & Rescue
International seminars
For firefighters and First Responders, New Technology have historically not only meant ...
Belgian minister Jan Jambon: "First Responders are now facing new types of risks and challenges like never before in history"
Kurt Vollmacher
Extrication & New Technology
Communication Group
CTIF information for Associate Members
Fire, Rescue & New Challenges: CTIF Yearly Seminar
Technology in Fire & Rescue
International seminars
National seminars
Executive Committé has given Kurt Vollmacher of the Extrication and New Technology Comm...
Kurt Vollmacher awarded a special CTIF medal for his work on the new ISO standard
An instructor teaching a student how to use the FLAIM virtual reality fire training system.
Extrication & New Technology
Communication Group
CTIF
CTIF information for Associate Members
Fire, Rescue & New Challenges: CTIF Yearly Seminar
Technology in Fire & Rescue
This rescue robot can gently pick up a thin paper cup and give it to a man in the audie...
The first realistic virtual reality fire training if its kind, rescue robot demonstrations, drones...
Opening of the seminar in Brussels Nov 9 - 2018.
Extrication & New Technology
Communication Group
CTIF
CTIF information for Associate Members
Fire, Rescue & New Challenges: CTIF Yearly Seminar
Technology in Fire & Rescue
The opening speech was held by Jèrôme Glorie, the Director General of the Civil Securit...
The Seminar Opening: "Fire, Rescue & New Challenges" has officially opened
Group photo from Brussels, Thursday
Extrication & New Technology
Communication Group
CTIF
CTIF information for Associate Members
Current Affairs in Fire & Rescue
Fire, Rescue & New Challenges: CTIF Yearly Seminar
Technology in Fire & Rescue
International seminars
The President Tore Eriksson opened the meeting, followed by a presentation from the "Se...
The Seminar weekend has started in Brussels with Executive Committé and several Commission meetings
Screen shot from the NBC Boston news video.
Hazardous Materials
Rescue/Health Service
Communication Group
Current Affairs in Fire & Rescue
Fire & Rescue World News
They tested the gear for PFAS, chemicals that s have shown to increase the risk of a ra...
Research: "Chemicals used in firefighter turnout gear identlified as potential cancer agents"
A solar charging roof being installed.
Extrication & New Technology
CTIF information for Associate Members
Current Affairs in Fire & Rescue
Fire & Rescue World News
Fire, Rescue & New Challenges: CTIF Yearly Seminar
Technology in Fire & Rescue
Traffic Accidents
Plans for integrated solar panels on the roof of cars could lead to new challenges for ...
Asian car manufacturers announce solar panel roofs - creating new high voltage challenge for extrication teams
Dr Ivana Kruijff-Korbayová
Fire Prevention
Hazardous Materials
Rescue/Health Service
Education and Training
Communication Group
/Events
CTIF information for Associate Members
Current Affairs in Fire & Rescue
Fire & Rescue World News
Fire, Rescue & New Challenges: CTIF Yearly Seminar
New Technologies, drones, Alternative Energy Vehicles, the new ISO Standard and the lat...
Speakers´List for the CTIF Seminar "Fire, Rescue & New Challenges"
FLAIM training
Extrication & New Technology
Communication Group
Fire & Rescue World News
Fire, Rescue & New Challenges: CTIF Yearly Seminar
Technology in Fire & Rescue
FLAIM Trainer™ places firefighters in a realistic training scenario available by utilis...
Meet the Seminar Sponsors: FLAIM Training and XVR Virtual Reality Firefighting
Brussels By Night. Photo by Flickr
Extrication & New Technology
CTIF
CTIF information for Associate Members
Fire & Rescue World News
Fire, Rescue & New Challenges: CTIF Yearly Seminar
Technology in Fire & Rescue
In order to accommodate more participants for the Seminar, CTIF has recently secured in...
Deadline Extended to October 31st for CTIF Brussel´s Seminar "Fire, Rescue & New Challenges"
Hurricane Michael ripped through Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, and the surrounding area leaving severe damage through its path. The storm sustained winds up to 150 mph, which significantly damaged every structure throughout the base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Liliana Moreno)
Communication Group
Civilian Deaths
Current Affairs in Fire & Rescue
Fire & Rescue World News
Natural Disasters
"It's ok to want to live by the beach, or on a mountain, but you have to build better. ...
FEMAs publice advice after Hurricane Michael: "You have to build better if you want to live here "