10th Wildland Fire Safety Summit

The International Association of Wildland Fire is putting on:

The 10th Wildland Fire Safety Summit, “10 Years after the TriData Study: What is different?”
April 27-30, 2009, Phoenix, Arizona
Embassy Suites North Phoenix Hotel

To register or to find out more:

Early registration ends March 15, 2009 – deferred credit card payment options available

In the mid-1990s, the interagency Wildland fire community commissioned the groundbreaking Wildland Firefighter Safety Awareness Study. The final TriData report, released in 1998, made specific recommendations for implementing cultural changes for safety in the areas of culture, leadership, fire management, training, human factors, and organizational learning, to name a few. To revisit the impact of this landmark initiative, a major emphasis of the 10th Wildland Fire Safety Summit will be:

“10 Years after the TriData Study: What is different?”

Who should attend

* Agency Administrators
* Fire Aviation Specialists
* Fire Managers
* Fire Researchers
* Firefighters
* Incident Commanders
* Land Managers
* Public Officials
* Social Scientists
* Students of Fire

Areas of interest and research

* Aviation safety on wildfire operations
* Issues in wildfire safety around the world
* Safety in the Wildland-Urban Interface
* Advances in Wildland firefighter safety
* Research, practices, training, and equipment
* Case studies and lessons learned
* Firefighter liability
* Human factors in the fire organization
* Firefighter health and fitness
* New approaches to investigation and
* Learning from close calls
* Policy, practices, and procedures
* Post-Traumatic Stress

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