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A Closer Look at Private Sector Fire Response
XTreme Event Returns to Brayton Fire Field
Texas Volunteers Confront Uncertain Silo Situation
Williams F&HC's Xtreme School Returns to Texas

Williams F&HC's Xtreme School Returns to Texas

College Station, Texas, is now one of three annual international stops made by the Williams Fire & Hazard Control Xtreme Industrial Fire & Hazard Training event held at Brayton Fire Training Field in June.

July 1, 2017

Boilover in Nicaragua Dies Unchallenged

Williams Fire & Hazard Control was ready, willing, and able to extinguish the aftermath of a crude oil boilover in Nicaragua that left two 150-foot diameter storage tanks in flames.

October 1, 2016

Singapore Firefighters Battle Tank Fire

Responders used a new, customized rapid intervention mobile package that includes Williams Fire & Hazard Control's Ambassador monitor that can shoot 6,000 gpm of foam onto the fire, the WFHC’s Dependapump, and large diameter hose.

July 1, 2016

Exceeding the Rules

Playing fair is not critical in calculating foam application

January 1, 2016

Russian Chief Assesses Xtreme Training

One Russian industrial fire chief flew from Moscow on his own dime to take part in the Tyco Williams Fire & Hazard Control XTREME Industrial Fire & Hazard Training held in May in Beaumont, TX.

July 1, 2014

Triple Threat

New pumper represents accomplishments of three fire protection giants

April 1, 2014

Trouble in Trinidad

Engine room blast aboard a propane carrier proves tricky for Williams F&HC

January 1, 2014

Phase II

Williams F&HC opens its new headquarters in Port Arthur, TX

January 1, 2014

To the Xtreme

Williams Fire & Hazard Control holds annual foam school in Beaumont, TX

July 1, 2013

Firefighter Dwight Williams Calls it Quits

Dwight Williams, founder of Texas-based Williams Fire & Hazard Control, announced in September that he is no longer employed by the company he led for more than 30 years.

October 1, 2011

Epic Oil Spill Pushes Fire Protection Limits

Epic Oil Spill Pushes Fire Protection Limits

An oil slick that spread across thousands of miles of the Gulf of Mexico drew upon two of the leading names in industrial fire protection — Williams Fire & Hazard Control and Wild Well Control.

April 1, 2011