Webinar - New Developments for Public Safety Drones

The use of drones has become more prevalent in many industries in recent years, including the fire service. Fire departments and other public safety agencies can utilize drones to increase efficiency and help protect personnel and the public. In this free webinar, Chief Charles Werner (ret.), the director of DRONERESPONDERS, will describe the ways drones can benefit public safety and examine case studies from local agencies. Participants will then take a deep dive into how to implement a public safety drone program, including important considerations and guidelines.

This webinar is sponsored by Aladtec. Powered by TCP Software, Aladtec is an online employee scheduling system created specifically to meet the challenging 24/7 shift rotations of mission-critical public safety agencies. Easily accessible anywhere at any time, Aladtec allows you to quickly schedule simple to complex shift rotations, track licenses/certifications, and communicate instantly with

Maggie Mojab

Chief

NVFC

Chief Charles L. Werner (Emeritus - Ret.), has served in public safety for 45 years.   Chief Werner started his fire service career as a volunteer firefighter in Harrisonburg VA.  He then became a career firefighter with the Charlottesville Virginia Fire Dept. for 37 years, serving the last ten years as fire chief. Following retirement, Chief Werner served 2 years as senior advisor/acting deputy state coordinator for the Virginia Department of Emergency Management. Chief Werner presently serves as the director of DRONERESPONDERS, is chair of the Virginia Secure Commonwealth UAS sub panel and is a certificated FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot. He is a contributor to numerous public safety publications with a combination of over 300 nationally published articles, webinars, podcasts and presentations. And a proud member of the NVFC and we have happy to have him with us today!

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Recorded 10/24/2022
Recorded 10/24/2022 The use of drones has become more prevalent in many industries in recent years, including the fire service. Fire departments and other public safety agencies can utilize drones to increase efficiency and help protect personnel and the public. In this free webinar, Chief Charles Werner (ret.), the director of DRONERESPONDERS, will describe the ways drones can benefit public safety and examine case studies from local agencies. Participants will then take a deep dive into how to implement a public safety drone program, including important considerations and guidelines. This webinar is sponsored by Aladtec. Powered by TCP Software, Aladtec is an online employee scheduling system created specifically to meet the challenging 24/7 shift rotations of mission-critical public safety agencies. Easily accessible anywhere at any time, Aladtec allows you to quickly schedule simple to complex shift rotations, track licenses/certifications, and communicate instantly with individuals or groups. Learn more.
New Developments for Public Safety Drones
No credits available  |  Certificate available
No credits available  |  Certificate available The use of drones has become more prevalent in many industries in recent years, including the fire service. Fire departments and other public safety agencies can utilize drones to increase efficiency and help protect personnel and the public. In this free webinar, Chief Charles Werner (ret.), the director of DRONERESPONDERS, will describe the ways drones can benefit public safety and examine case studies from local agencies. Participants will then take a deep dive into how to implement a public safety drone program, including important considerations and guidelines. This webinar is sponsored by Aladtec. Powered by TCP Software, Aladtec is an online employee scheduling system created specifically to meet the challenging 24/7 shift rotations of mission-critical public safety agencies. Easily accessible anywhere at any time, Aladtec allows you to quickly schedule simple to complex shift rotations, track licenses/certifications, and communicate instantly with individuals or groups. Learn more.