- Topic: Your PPE questions, answered: Navigating evolving PPE changes and challenges
- When: November 10, 2021, 1 p.m. ET
- Presenter: Jeffrey Stull, President of International Personnel Protection, Inc.
What are the most important factors for selecting turnout gear? How realistically does cleaning limit secondary exposures to fireground contaminants? What does the future of turnout clothing look like? PPE is one of the most critical – and complex – topics in firefighting. With ever-evolving information and research into toxic exposures, appropriate cleaning protocols and how long gear lasts, it’s easy to see why departments struggle to provide members consistent PPE guidelines.
In this webinar, which is sponsored by Homeland-Six, Jeffrey Stull answers top PPE questions to help firefighters stay safe on scene.
Meet the presenter
Jeffrey Stull is president of International Personnel Protection, Inc., and a regular FireRescue1 columnist focusing on PPE. He serves on several NFPA committees on PPE as well as the ASTM International committee on protective clothing.
Stull was formerly the convener for international work groups on heat/thermal protection and hazardous materials PPE, as well as the lead U.S. delegate for International Standards Organization Technical Committee 94/Subcommittees on Protective Clothing and Firefighter PPE. He participates in the Interagency Board for Equipment Standardization and Interoperability and authored the book, "PPE Made Easy.”