IAFF John P. Redmond Symposium on the
Occupational Health & Hazards of the Fire Service
in conjunction with the
Dominick F. Barbera Emergency Medical Services Conference
"Our fire fighters and paramedics continue to face traditional hazards and emerging threats during an economic crisis where budgets are being cut across North America. The IAFF continues on the frontline to sustain and improve the safe, efficient and effective operational environments of our members. This yearís IAFF Redmond Symposium and Barbera EMS Conference reflects our commitment to ensure the survival of our members on the fireground and on EMS scenes with research, new programs, initiatives and tools."
Harold A. Schaitberger, IAFF General President
The IAFF and the John P. Redmond
Foundation have been on the frontline of every major health and
safety initiative in the fire service. The IAFF
Redmond Symposium reflects our commitment to explore the cause
of every IAFF memberís death, injury or illness and address
solutions to further protect our membership. Charged with
defending North America from new and reemerging hazards, our
members must be armed with the knowledge and tools necessary to
protect our fire fighters and paramedics now and in the future.
Can't Make it to the IAFF Redmond
Symposium and EMS Conference?
This upcoming IAFF John P. Redmond Symposium and Dominick F. Barbera EMS Conference in New York City will include several live webinars that will allow participants to attend some important classroom sessions live via the internet.
The first webinar is FREE
briefing session, "Protecting Responders and the 9/11 Health and
Compensation Act" (Zadroga bill) on Monday, August 15 from
Monday, August 15 - FREE
Tuesday, August 16 - $20 buys webinar access for the day
Wednesday, August 17 - $20 buys webinar access for the day
The courses being made available via live webinar will not be accessible online at a later date like most other Redmond Symposium/EMS Conference courses. You will only be able to access these courses by signing up for the live webinar.
To register for these informative live classes via webinar, click here.
The John P. Redmond Symposium and Dominick F. Barbera EMS Conference is scheduled for August 14-18 at the Hilton New York.