Public Safety Division
Source One MRO
Brad Bihun has been in the Fire Service for 19 years and 15 years full-time, currently working as a Fire Engineer/Paramedic in the Southern California area. Brad has helped educate and implement policies, product, and procedures for proper hygiene and toxin mitigation for some of the largest fire departments across the U.S. and many others. Going beyond just on-scene decon Brad teaches about the science behind the toxins we face and what NIOSH refers to as "toxic hand-off," the transfer of toxins throughout our work environment and home. Learning about the toxins we face and the science of how the stick to our skin and surfaces is the first step to understand how to properly mitigate them at every level of exposure.
Brad also serves as a Public Information Officer on many of the large fires throughout California over the last two years. Brad has been involved with many non-profit organizations, including the Terry Farrell Fund and is the Co-Organizer of "StachetoberFest," a charity for a variety of first responders in need. Co-organizing this charity has allowed Brad to see the effects of occupational cancer on the lives of friends and first responders.
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM ET