Learning Labs

Attend valuable education with no price tag attached! The IAFC Pavilion (booth #1628) will feature a series of Learning Labs providing short, information-packed sessions.

Whether you drive in for the day or visit the Exhibit Hall as part of your time at FRI, plan to attend the Learning Labs. This dynamic classroom setting is designed to present the facts and then create opportunities for engagement and further discussion in the lounges surrounding the classroom. Learn about new programs and leave with valuable resources.

Thursday July 27, 2017

5:30 PM
There's an Easy-To-Use Digital Tool for That?
6:00 PM
IAFC Wildland Fire Programs
6:30 PM
TBD

 

Friday July 28, 2017

10:00 AM            
Physicals; Implementation of IAFC Physicians Guide to Firefighter Physicals
10:30 AM
Operation Reach Out
11:00 AM            
Behavioral Health Project and the Women's study in the Fire Service
11:30 AM
New Research on Fire Scene Decontamination
12:30 PM
National Public Safety GIS Viewer
1:30 PM
Bullying in the Fire Service
2:00 PM
Exposure in the Fire Service
2:30 PM            
Framework for a Multicenter Prospective Cohort Study of Cancer in the Fire Service
3:00 PM             
Cardiovascular and Chemical Exposure Risks in Modern Firefighting
3:30 PM
Basement Fires
4:00 PM
COS / Succession Planning White Paper
4:30 PM
TBD

 

Saturday July 29, 2017

8:30 AM
There's an Easy-To-Use Digital Tool for That?
9:00 AM       
The VCOS Yellow Ribbon Report on Behavioral Health
9:30 AM
Managing the New Reality
10:00 AM          
Moving Forward or Falling Back: Planning for your agency’s Future
10:30 AM
Succession Planning
11:00 AM
TBD
11:30 AM
TBD

 



A Fresh Perspective in the Fire Service

The FRI conference was amazing. I took away several teaching points for our crews and saw a fresh perspective of the fire service. Although we are steeped in tradition it is refreshing to see so many departments making changes. I look forward to attending this conference again.

– Robert Beam, Paramedic/Firefighter/Acting Captain, Arlington (WA) Fire