Webinar - Reducing Occupational Cancer Risks in the Fire Service
Understanding how and where firefighters are exposed to carcinogens is an important step towards mitigating occupational cancer risks. Join Dennis Wolf, fire management consultant with the University of Tennessee’s Municipal Technical Advisory Service, to learn more about exposures to carcinogens, the dangers of soot, contamination control activities, and risk reduction strategies for the fire station, firefighters, and the apparatus. This webinar is sponsored by Ward Diesel Filter Systems. Learn more about their range of NO SMOKE Filter Systems at https://warddiesel.com.
Dennis Wolf entered the fire service in June 1974 as a volunteer firefighter for the Shelby County Fire Department. He joined the Germantown, Tennessee, Fire Department in March 1977, and rose through the ranks to the position of fire chief in 1995. He retired from Germantown in July 2011 and went to work as a Fire Management Consultant for the University of Tennessee’s Municipal Technical Advisory Service. He has a bachelor’s degree in fire administration from the University of Memphis, and a master’s degree in fire service leadership from Grand Canyon University. He is a graduate of the National Fire Academy’s Executive Fire Officer Program, holds the designations of Chief Fire Officer and Chief EMS Officer from the Center for Public Safety Excellence, the grade of Member in the Institution of Fire Engineers, and is a proud member of the NVFC.