Coordinated Fire Attack Acquired Structure Experiments – Visitor Day in Sidney, OH
Robin Zevotek
May 18, 2018

Have you wondered what goes into a full scale fire experiment? This is your opportunity to find out!

The UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute (UL FSRI) is partnering with the Sidney Fire Department to conduct a series of experiments involving live-fire as part of our 2015 AFG “Study of Coordinated Fire Attack utilizing Acquired Structures” research project. The experiments will be conducted in four houses in Sidney, OH (slated for demolition) that were donated by the Land Bank of Shelby County. Members from the Sidney and surrounding fire departments will be participating in the experiments.

We are inviting you to attend our Visitor Day on June 11, 2018 at our test site located at 2401 Wapakoneta Avenue, Sidney, OH 45365.

The day will begin at 0800 hours and run through approximately 1600 hours. Visitors will have the ability to view the structures, instrumentation, and test plan in the morning before we begin. Visitors will then have the opportunity to witness two full-scale experiments followed by networking with the fire service project technical panel members and UL FSRI advisory board members.

If you’d like to attend please fill out the registration form below by June 1st so we can provide for parking and lunch. We look forward to seeing you in Ohio!

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UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute is dedicated to increasing firefighter knowledge to reduce injuries and deaths in the fire service and in the communities they serve.