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Public Safety News
Houston Fire Department
News Release
Thursday, October 13, 2011

Houston Fire Department Fire Chief Terry Garrison will be a featured speaker at the 2nd Annual  Brunacini Hazard Zone Conference at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana next week, October 17-20, 2011.

The conference focuses on major hazard zone breakdowns, including Incident Command Systems,  Critical Decision Making Processes, and highlights some of the most up to date and inclusive fire/burn studies conducted over the past 2 years.

Chief Garrison will be speaking on several topics including: “From a Fast Attacking Incident Commander to Building a Command Team “ and “Executive Leadership in Managing Hazard Zone Operations”. He will also be a guest on a special panel discussion during the last day of the conference.

“I am excited to help provide participants an opportunity to help eliminate the lethal and costly mistakes that cause injury, death, and unnecessary fire losses in their communities,” said Chief Garrison. “This is also a wonderful opportunity for the Houston Fire Department to be seen as the leader we are in the hazard zone.”

The conference will also provide its participants with leading edge information, presentations, interactions and networking that can be taken home and applied in their department the very next day.

Additional information may be found at  www.regonline.ca/builder/site/default.aspx?EventID=910019




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