Tank-to-tank fire spread occurs from spreading ground-level liquid fires or radiant heat transfer.
Local worker group says inadequate safety standards at Marathon Petroleum’s St. Paul Park refinery have caused avoidable hydrocarbon and chemical releases.
Rosenbauer America and North American Fire Equipment Company, Inc. (NAFECO) have announced they will be expanding their partnership into the state of Florida.
REV Group® announces four appointments to its global sourcing and supply chain team, representing the Fire & Emergency, Commercial, and Recreation segments.
Training Specialties, Inc. announces exciting news with its first Advanced Foam Firefighting School being hosted at the TEEX Brayton Fire Training Field® at the Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.
Regulations for storing chemical or oils are a lot stricter than for water storage — for obvious reasons. After all, water is not going to catch fire and explode, potentially releasing toxins into the environment.
The leading causes of construction site fires were malfunctions that caused electrical sparks around discarded products and combustible materials.
“Inspector 3.0 represents a big step forward in our greater mission to remove the need for humans to enter confined spaces in the workplace,” says Patrick Thévoz, CEO of Flyability.
A large dome collapsed under the flames.
“Electrification is reaching all different types of fleet vehicles, and ambulances are a logical next step,” said Tim Reeser, CEO of Lightning eMotors.
The integration of the RollTek system in the Freightliner commercial chassis is exclusively available in Pierce fire apparatus.
FDIC International offers fire and rescue professionals access to world-class instructors, classrooms, workshops, H.O.T. evolutions, and the most innovative products and services available from over 800 exhibiting companies.
Every team that is tasked with the responsibility of emergency response faces the likelihood of one day being overwhelmed when confronted with a major or large scale incident.
An oil tank could be working just fine. However, if it’s struck by lightning, a catastrophe could be imminent, particularly if the tank has not been grounded.
Valero Refining-Meraux has agreed to pay $47,357 in fines to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to settle allegations that it did not follow federally mandated safety procedures during an April 10, 2020, incident.