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FireLens.com is the exclusive web site of fire photographer Sylvain Pedneault, Captain for the St.Dominique Fire Department and Safety Officer for Flash Training.
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Last copies of my book
If you do not have your copy of the BOOK OF FIRE yet, please note that there are no more books at the store, but I still have a few copies with me. If you wish to get a copy of this spectacular photo book, please contact me via the Contact page..
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In addition to having been named official photographer for the St.Hyacinthe City Fire Department a few years ago, I have also been recently appointed official photographer of the following fire departments:
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Thursday, March 27, 2014
Civil security simulation in St.Hyacinthe
A major industrial accident simulation was conducted in St.Hyacinthe. According to the scenario, a major NH3 leak occurred in a factory, seriously injuring numerous people and requiring the confinement of hundreds of citizens in a very large area. The simulation was organized in collaboration with the city's fire department, the Sûreté du Québec (police), paramedics, Civil Security, and many others.
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NFPA 1403 live fires
A house to burn?
If you have a building to burn down as part of a drill for your firefighters, make sure you are aware of all the requirements included in the NFPA 1403 standard.
Being part of a specialized live burn team that works with the NFPA 1403 standard, we can help you find you what your planning process should include. Contact me for more information.