Craig Remsburg, Director of Special Projects at Telgian, recently shared his expertise in the fire and life safety industry with Disaster Recovery Journal. His article, “Fire Training Investments Could Lower Personal, Financial Risk” examines the need for fire training within organizations and on who’s shoulders does the responsibility lie. Remsburg also examines the importance of organizations taking the extra steps needed to ensure that they are protected when dealing with unique hazard situations. One example is the Kentucky bourbon whiskey industry, where specific to fire fighting training is needed for whiskey-related fires.
“Any organization selling or manufacturing goods assumes a certain level of risk, and it is their responsibility to protect against it.,” says Remsburg. “Similarly, fire departments assume the responsibility of protecting people in emergency situations. So, when it comes to properly preparing for unusual or atypical fire risk, who should take the lead?”
The piece details managing risks proactively, calling in the experts and stepping up to the challenge. To read Remsburg’s article “Fire Training Investments Could Lower Personal, Financial Risk” in its entirety, please click here.
About Craig Remsburg
Craig Remsburg is the Director of Special Projects at Telgian Corporation, a worldwide provider of comprehensive fire, security, life safety consulting and engineering/design services. Remsburg’s areas of expertise include industrial fire protection management programs, firefighting and tactics, incident command systems and private fire brigade activity.
An experienced instructor, he has provided numerous training courses for a wide variety of fire conferences. In addition, he teaches at Webster University, in St. Louis, Missouri in the Security Management Graduate Program as an adjunct faculty member.
Remsburg received his Bachelors of Arts Degree from the University of Phoenix in Phoenix, Arizona and a Master’s Degree in Security Management from Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri.
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Susan McNeill Telgian Holdings, Inc.