TEEX 2020 Training Session 1



Though COVID-19 has interfered with countless programs, pipeline safety training and preparation doesn’t stop. Firefighters from counties across east Texas attended the first TEEX training since the pandemic began, participating in a modified curriculum on June 27th and 28th in College Station, Texas. Base programming remained the same while new safety precautions were implemented to prevent the spread of coronavirus including temperature checks, mask and face coverings, pre-screenings, maintaining social distancing and more. See more coverage of the training in the gallery above.

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TEEX Fire and Emergency Services Training Facebook Post
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Brazoria County First Responders Facebook Post

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