Leadership & Training

TEEX Training Reinforces the Basics

A propane torch is used to ignite Project 42, the pipe alley.

Nobody on the Brayton Fire Training Field during the annual Industrial Fire School in July knows the pipe alley project better than retired Exxon firefighter Harold Broom. He has served as an instructor on the prop for 10 years, graduating to module leader for the course four years ago.

Passing the IFW Torch

David White (left) and Tim Sendelbach

Industrial Fire World has transitioned to new ownership, but the mission remains the same. Industrial emergency response is a highly specialized portion of the fire service that deserves its own voice.

David White Inducted into Hall of Legends

Inductees to the National Fire Heritage Center's Hall of Legends, Legacies and Leaders

Industrial Fire World publisher David White was among six new members of the National Fire Heritage Center’s Hall of Legends, Legacies and Leaders to be inducted during April ceremonies at FDIC International 2019 in Indianapolis, IN.

Shell's Training for Fire Responders

Jason Dyer, red helmet, directs a foam attack on the burning tanks at TEEX.

Protecting the tank farm at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport falls under the jurisdiction of the Kenner Fire Department. To help with that obligation, Shell opened its corporate fire school in April to Kenner firefighters.

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