Nashville, TN, October 19, 2017 – The Fire Apparatus Manufacturers’ Association (FAMA) awarded its 2017 Phillip L. Turner Fire Protection Scholarship to Oklahoma State University student Brett Seggerman during the Opening Ceremonies of Firehouse Expo. Seggerman was selected to receive the $5,000 scholarship in recognition of his outstanding achievements and dedication to the protection of life-safety.
The Firefighters Apparatus Manufacturers’ Association, FAMA, an organization committed to the safety and efficiency of the fire industry apparatus and components, has supported its members to revolutionize fire-manufacturing technology from basic post-war water haulers to contemporary, cutting-edge fire trucks. To commemorate FAMA’s 70th anniversary, association’s members recently voted to approve an impressive new logo to represent the dedication of its members to the support of fire and emergency workers.
Buying a new fire apparatus can be overwhelming, expensive and compounded by evolving national standards. Tom Shand and Mike Wilbur are industry experts when it comes to helping you understand and write a fire apparatus specification for your department.
“Everyone can be a hero” is the title of Steve Pegram’s keynote presentation at the Fire Department Safety Officers Association’s 29th Annual Apparatus Symposium, January 16-18, 2017, in Orlando, FL. Pegram’s message is one of personal experience and the individuals who are part of the industry that support the brotherhood and sisterhood of firefighters.
The Fire Apparatus Manufacturers’ Association (FAMA) has awarded its 2016 Phillip L. Turner Fire Protection Scholarship to University of Maryland student Julie Bryant. Bryant was selected to receive the $5,000 scholarship in recognition of her outstanding achievements and dedication to the protection of life safety.
The Fire Apparatus Manufacturers’ Association (FAMA) has awarded its 2015 Phillip L. Turner Fire Protection Scholarship to Oklahoma State University student Tyler Lambert.