ABOUT UL & FSRI

Advancing Fire Safety Science

UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute (FSRI) advances fire research knowledge and develops cutting edge, practical fire service education aimed at helping firefighters stay safe while more effectively protecting people and property. Guided by a global advisory board comprised of fire service personnel, UL FSRI investigates residential, commercial, and industrial fires through full-scale testing, field-testing, and modeling to replicate actual fires faced by firefighters. Research results are shared through interactive training courses that have reached hundreds of thousands of firefighters globally. To learn more, visit ULFirefighterSafety.org

ABOUT OUR PUBLIC EDUCATION ADVISORY GROUP

The Public Education Advisory Group is comprised of members of the fire service and serves to provide guidance on the development and execution of UL FSRI programs and campaigns to educate the general public about fire safety and awareness of preventative measures that can help save lives. They provide the invaluable perspective of firefighters, both from what they’ve learned on the job and while conducting their own fire safety education and training activities.

ABOUT OUR PUBLIC EDUCATION ADVISORY GROUP

The Public Education Advisory Group is comprised of members of the fire service and serves to provide guidance on the development and execution of UL FSRI programs and campaigns to educate the general public about fire safety and awareness of preventative measures that can help save lives. They provide the invaluable perspective of firefighters, both from what they’ve learned on the job and while conducting their own fire safety education and training activities.

Becki White

Assistant Chief

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Nick Ledin

Firefighter Paramedic

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PJ Norwood

Deputy Chief Training Officer

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John Shafer

Chief of Training & Safety

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Sean DeCrane

Battalion Chief

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With the modern fire environment allowing fire to spread much quicker than years ago, it's more important than ever for the fire service community to get this important message out. After all, an educated community is a safer community.