Events 2010 calendar for Fire Rescue and Safety Personnel released by Setcom
Published on 18 May 2010
By providing a comprehensive calendar of events, Setcom makes it easy for fire rescue and safety professionals to find and choose events happening close to them.
Setcom Corporation (www.Setcomcorp.com), an industry leader in wireless communications equipment and accessories for public safety vehicles, including fire apparatus and police motorcycles, has released their 2010 calendar of fire training and conference events.
With over 30 events listed currently, additional dates are continuously being added to provide a one-stop calendar consisting of an extensive list of dates for fire-rescue and safety personnel.
The fire industry has a significant amount of resources that are available to firefighters and safety officers, which come in the form of hands on fire apparatus training, classes, conferences and expositions, all of which take place throughout the country and feature the latest innovations for fire trucks, apparatus communication, and fire equipment handling. Setcom, an avid supporter of the fire industry, compiles this calendar of events because along with promoting the health and safety of the officers, the events provide a great pool of educational resources.
"These training events are a necessity for fire service professionals who put themselves in harm's way to protect their communities," said Mike Boyd, Setcom president and former volunteer firefighter. "We want to offer an effortless process for these officers to find, evaluate, and choose which events are right for them as quickly and easily as possible." By providing a comprehensive calendar of events, Setcom makes it easy for fire rescue and safety professionals to go to one place, find and choose which events are happening close to them, and see which of those are relevant. To find upcoming training events, visit the Setcom website at the following link . For live updates and additions to the calendar, as well as other fire industry news, follow Setcom on twitter.
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