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Texas Fire School Cancels, Postpones Classes Through April 8

Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service operates the largest fire training academy in the U.S.

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IRECA Conference Still Slated for June in Texas

Annual event brings together professionals and students specializing in emergency rescue

Annual Spanish Fire School at Texas A&M Cancelled Due to COVID-19

The industrial and municipal fire schools are still being planned for July, TEEX says

TEEX Training Reinforces the Basics

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.

TEEX Partners with Online Leadership Training

The program conducts live training for chiefs and prospective chiefs.

Xtreme Training to Address Evolving Hazards

Johnson Controls' Williams Fire & Hazard Control team has adapted the curriculum for this year’s Xtreme Industrial Fire & Hazard Response Training to “cut straight to the heart of what makes the company unique,” said Chauncey Naylor, Williams director of emergency response and training.

TEEX Holds 56th Annual Industrial Fire Training

Seven hundred and thirteen industrial emergency response brigades members and safety officers from some of the world’s largest energy and chemical companies attended the 56th annual Industrial Fire School at Brayton Fire Training Field last July in Texas.

Chevron Firefighters Battle Live-Fire Training Prop at Dawn

An hour before dawn nearly 80 Chevron responders took up positions on three live-fire projects at the southeast end of the fire field – the chemical complex, rail car loading rack and tank and dike project.

Autistic Teen Yearns to Fight Fire Someday

Leland Paniza attended a live-fire training project at Brayton Fire Training Field.

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2017 TEEX Field Exercises

TEEX industrial fire school helps keep Texas summer hot.