TEEX announces training partnership with Tyco Williams Fire & Hazard Control during annual fire school in Beaumont, TX
Negotiations are nearing completion between on an official training partnership between the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service fire school and Tyco Williams Fire & Hazard Control involving certified industrial emergency curriculum, officials announced at the Xtreme Industrial Fire & Hazard Training school during March in Beaumont, TX.
Robert Moore, director of the fire school, made the first public disclosure about the partnership while addressing the Xtreme school’s general session.
“We are always looking for ways to make our school better,” Moore said. “One of the ways is to partner with companies like Williams Fire that pride themselves on their products, customer service and response.”
Under the agreement, Williams F&HC will deliver training curriculum developed by TEEX, spreading it to students that TEEX’s might not otherwise reach, he said.
“Also, the knowledge that Williams F&HC can provide helps us upgrade our curriculum and offer a better product to our students,” Moore said.
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