Williams Fire & Hazard Control offers Open Enrollment classes with subjects ranging from Pump Operations and Fire Ground logistics to Tactical Studies such as the Bulk Storage Tank Firefighting.
Course schedule is as follows ...
Leveraging Williams’ 35-year experience, this course offers students an inside look at what it takes from a logistics prospective to manage an event, both Macro and Micro incident. The course goes into incident planning, response, and the necessary considerations given to the interdependent components of response operations. Students will receive a mixture of lecture and table top exercises to ensure that they have a good grasp of the concept.
The pump operations course is designed to provide the pump operator the information necessary to accurately and safely operate a fire pump, portable or apparatus. This course is eight hours and will be a combination of class room and field exercise. Classroom topics include pump maintenance, operation and hydraulics. Field exercises cover basic pump operations, drafting operations, relay pumping, and other water supply activities.
Leveraging the 35 years of the Williams Fire and Hazard control experience, this course is designed to provide emergency responders with the information necessary to safely and effectively manage an event involving a storage tank and associated equipment emergency. During the course we will provide students with a solid foundation of knowledge and skills to safely and effectively resolve emergencies that involve a variety of products to include liquid bulk-storage structures found at any location where flammable liquids are stored in bulk. This will be achieved through a mix of class room lecture and field exercise.
Sr. Technical Training / Emergency Response & Training Operations
Williams Fire & Hazard Control / TFPP
Fax: +1-409-745-3021 Lee.Hall@tycofp.com
Administrator of Emergency Response & Training Operations
Williams Fire & Hazard Control / TFPP
Fax: +1-409-745-3021 Lindsey.Boren@tycofp.com
Our Dual Agent Chamber is an equipment design directly resulting from recent response events involving internal floating roof tanks that have presented nearly insurmountable odds when attempting extinguishment with traditional tank protection systems and ground assault tactics.
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Williams Fire & Hazard Control's Dual Agent Chamber applies a two-phase extinguishing agent attack to the internal space of the tank. The first phase foam application secures the fluid surface and extinguishes any potential fire within the tank, while the second phase of PKW evacuates the vapor space above the pan and renders the space inert.
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Over the passed 30 years Williams Fire & Hazard Control has
responded to hundreds of major industrial related incidents involving flammable liquids, pressurized gases, hazardous chemicals and more.
These land and marine based responses
have been the catalyst for our product design and the driving force behind engineering equipment that makes us safer on the job and much more efficient in the face of what some see as insurmountable odds.
The experience we have gained in the field on calls across the globe give us a distinct advantage when confronting the most dangerous and explosive events industry has known. This same experience is invaluable in helping our clients thoroughly assess their exposures and plan for events that are yet to come. We have also been heavily involved with Plant Management, Fire Chiefs, and Engineering Groups in developing the orper response arsenal including systems engineering to protect today's massive storage tanks, pipelines, terminals ... even the Panama Canal!
Williams Fire & Hazard Control will work with you onsite to assess the challenges and exposures unique to your facility. We can then offer response solutions and systems integration tailored to meet potential threats that may occur in light of various potential scenarios.
Training may then be designed using corporate or training facility assets to assure respnse personnel are acquainted with equipment, tactics, and response logistics that will likely be encountered during an incident involving various regions of the site.
This dramatic video is a rare insight into the volatile nature of the combustible energy stored inside and above the floating pan of an internal floating roof tank!
This animation reveals the flammable dynamics inside an Internal Floating Roof tank and the unique Two-Phase extinguishing agents approach of our Dual-Agent chambers.
Williams Fire & Hazard Control takes great pains in developing and testing custom equipment that is not merely compliant but actually addresses the challenges associated with our extreme flammable liquids and their specific environments.