• September 6, 2017
    Responding to current resource and response challenges with wildland fires in the Northwest, Hurricane Harvey and the approach of Hurricane Irma, IAFC Go Teams are ready to deploy to any location in the U.S. to assist local, state, tribal and federal officials with the myriad duties relating to fire resources and job tasks. read more
Reset the Clock - Replace liability with credibility

Reset the Clock

November 2, 2018
Chantilly, VA
Day-long seminar to help departments avoid EEO litigation based on proactive, what-to-do training and scenarios.
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