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Key Steps for Simplifying Your Agency’s PPE Tracking and Inspections

About This Webinar

On the fireground, a firefighter's safety and operational effectiveness depend on having well-maintained gear that provides reliable protection against hazards. Old or improperly maintained PPE can elevate health risks, shorten careers, and hinder firefighters' performance.

Vector Solutions' new PPE Tracker inside the Vector Check It mobile application can simplify your department's PPE management and help you meet NFPA standards to enhance operations and protect personnel.

Reserve your spot for this special webinar presentation on May 9 to learn how your department can ensure every piece of PPE is inspected, cleaned, repaired, and maintained correctly.

During this webinar, we'll cover how to do the following:

  • Perform and track PPE inspections with the Vector Check It mobile app
  • Customize PPE checklists and escalation policies
  • View inventory status, quantities, and locations
  • Create work repairs, track out-of-service equipment, and notify personnel
  • Create work repairs, track out-of-service equipment, and notify personnel
  • Monitor inspection completions and set up verification features to ensure accountability
Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
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Solutions Engineer, Vector Solutions
Robbi King spent 27 years in public safety, including 13 years with Camden County, GA, Fire Rescue where he reached the rank of Assistant Chief. He also served more than 13 years as deputy coroner at the Camden County Coroner’s Office. As assistant chief in Camden County, King helped the agency with firefighting support, management of logistics, and administration of Vector Solutions’ training management platform. He now serves as a solutions engineer with Vector Solutions.
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Solutions Engineer, Vector Solutions
Matt Shronts has been in public safety for more than 20 years rising through the ranks to fire chief. Throughout Matt’s fire service career, he spent time in numerous positions with a focus on training and EMS. His experiences allowed him to utilize the Vector LMS and Check It platforms, while learning best practices for improving productivity, recertifications and data tracking. Matt is still active in the Fire and EMS service and has successfully completed his accreditation as a Chief Fire Officer.
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Subject Matter Expert, Vector Solutions
Brad Lyon has spent 17 years working in the Fire Service. He was the very first employee of CrewSense before it was acquired by Vector Solutions and is a subject matter expert within the Vector Scheduling platform with more than four years of experience helping clients maximize the platform.
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Fire Program Manager, International Association of Fire Chiefs
Richard Miller has over 46 years of experience in the fire service industry as a career and volunteer firefighter and now as a Fire Service Program Manager for the Firefighter Safety Research Center at the IAFC. He has held the positions from Firefighter to Training Officer for the City of Fairfax Fire Department in Virginia. His goal is to provide knowledgeable factual information to the fire service industry to meet a diverse community by established leadership, that meets the needs of the leading Fire Chiefs.
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International Association of Fire Chiefs webinar platform hosts Key Steps for Simplifying Your Agency’s PPE Tracking and Inspections
The International Association of Fire Chiefs represents the leadership of over 1.2 million firefighters and emergency responders. IAFC members are the world's leading experts in firefighting, emergency medical services, terrorism response, hazardous materials spills, natural disasters, search and rescue, and public safety legislation. Since 1873, the IAFC has provided a forum for its members to exchange ideas and uncover the latest products and services available to first responders.
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