Middletown, RI (Oct 5) – When F.I.E.R.O.’s Fire PPE Symposium opened in Raleigh, NC, last month, PURVIS Systems was prominent in both speaker and exhibitor roles.
Rick Foster, Vice President, PURVIS Public Safety Division, was a featured speaker at the four-day event. His presentation, Critical Success Factors for Selecting a Fire Station Alerting System, offered nine essential guidelines drawn from actual PURVIS installations, including those at Charleston County, SC; Plano, TX; the District of Columbia, and the Cities of New York and Boston. A white paper, which summarizes the key points made during the presentation, is available by clicking here.
As an exhibitor, PURVIS Systems provided PPE attendees with information about the superior alerting technologies it can bring to fire station design, construction and modification.
The not-for-profit F.I.E.R.O. (Fire Industry Equipment Research Organization) hosts annual symposia that recognize exceptional station design and give fire service personnel the tools to make responsible technological and fiscal decisions. The biennial PPE symposium focuses on personal protective equipment.
To read about recent PURVIS Systems success at implementing fire station alerting solutions that help agencies decrease fire department call processing and turnout times, click here.