Fire Safety Trailers

Mobilize Your Workplace Education with Interactive, Hands-On Scenarios

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Mobilize your workplace’s safety program with a BullEx Fire Safety Trailer. Simulate facility emergencies to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to undertake the duties of Chief Warden, Deputy Chief Warden and Communications Officer in and Emergency Control Organisation. Train employees to extinguish simulated fires that are intense and true to life, yet completely safe. Instruct employees to respond to industrial emergencies such as gas and chemical leaks and electrical fires. Extend your employees’ training to include common risks at home such as cooking fires. The available severe weather package utilizes sound, strobe effects and alerts to teach employees how to react in an emergency weather situation. Employees of all skill levels will benefit from the lifesaving lessons learned in the realistic settings of our Fire Safety Trailers.


Industrial Emergency Scenario
Train employees how to respond to a fire, low voltage electrocution incident or hazmat leak in the workplace in the industrial room. In one possible scenario, an electrical box shorts causing sparks to ignite the adjacent parts washer. The parts washer creates a hot, smoky fire which then ignites the nearby trashcan resulting in a full scale industrial emergency.

The industrial scenario can be as simple or complex as you need.  It can include numerous industrial elements that may become hazardous to a worker, such as a leaking gas manifold or chemical drum, overflowing chemical test tubes, or a gas fume hood that has caught fire.


Kitchen Fire Scenario
Designed to resemble a real home or office kitchen, this setting uses heat, smoke, and digital flames to create an intense fire emergency. Challenge trainees to respond correctly in this hands-on emergency response and hazard recognition training scenario.

Choose a combination of stove, oven and cabinet props and instruct trainees to use the proper PASS technique to knock down the flames. The sparking microwave, smoking toaster, and smoking outlet show the hazards of improper use or placement of appliances and how to mitigate a potential hazard. A chemical cabinet display demonstrates how to properly store chemicals and prevent children from accessing dangerous materials. Overhead heaters, dense smoke, digital flames and sound effects combine to recreate the stress of an actual fire.


Severe Weather Package
Life-threatening weather emergencies can occur with little or no notice. The optional Severe Weather Package, an add-on to the Kitchen Fire Scenario, broadcasts realistic severe weather alerts and teaches trainees how to react if faced with an extreme weather event. Weather simulations incorporate actual news broadcasts with surround-sound effects for cyclone, earthquake, and flood safety education. The BullEx Severe Weather Package teaches critical life-saving steps in a highly realistic training environment.

  • Emergency alert warns of severe weather
  • Integrated television broadcasts emergency weather news report
  • Digital amplification creates realistic weather sound effects
  • Strobe effects simulate lightning and intermittent power outages

The Severe Weather Package allows for breaks in the action so the instructor can discuss the emergency procedures specific to your location.


Bedroom Scenario
In addition to workplace hazards, the Bedroom Scenario extends your training to include risks at the home. Prepare your employees to conduct A Home Fire Evacuation Plan at home. Show trainees how to feel a door for heat and block the smoke with a pillow or towel and then evacuate to safety using the window and escape ladder. Additional props include a smoking outlet and air conditioner to simulate electrical fire hazards.  Sound, smoke, fire effects, an interactive Triple Zero (000) phone and an automatic smoke detector create a realistic emergency scene.


The progression of a kitchen emergency

  1. Oven fire ignites
  2. Smoke issues from oven & microwave
  3. Fire spreads to stovetop
  4. Overhead heaters intensify
  5. Trashcan ignites
  6. Smoke detector alarms

Trainees must first call Triple Zero (000), then knock-down the fire with a laser training extinguisher and turn off the oven and stove to prevent re-ignition. If the trainee doesn’t get the fire out, the heat and smoke force evacuation.


The progression of a bedroom emergency

  1. Door heats up
  2. Smoke appears under door from the kitchen
  3. Air condition sparks
  4. Smoke detector alarms
  5. Escape through the pre-planned evacuation window

Teach the basics of fire safety in a realistic, but safe environment.  Feel the door for fire outside the bedroom, block smoke from entering under the door, call Triple Zero (000) and if necessary, use the home fire evacuation plan to escape the danger.


The progression of an industrial emergency

  1. Electrical panel arcs
  2. Parts washer ignites
  3. Heat and smoke intensify
  4. Trashcan fire ignites
  5. Paint locker catches fire

Trainees must pull the alarm, shut-down the power and use a training extinguisher properly to prevent a fire from spreading throughout the scenario. Hazard Recognition Props include HazMat placards, gas leak prop, lock-out / tag-out station and a smoking outlet.

ROANOKE FIRE-EMS Tiffany Bradbury, Fire Prevention Specialist

Roanoke Fire-EMS is committed to the safety of the citizens and visitors to the City of Roanoke. We had a fire safety public education program in place but it was missing something. We did not have the tool to teach people how to exit their homes safely in the event of a fire. In September of 2010 all of that changed when Roanoke Fire-EMS took delivery of the BullEx Fire Safety Trailer.

Our Department did a lot of research before the purchase of a fire safety trailer. BullEx was the winner hands down among their competitors. The customer service we have received from BullEx has been exceptional! When we “debuted” our trailer for our community during Fire Prevention Week, BullEx sent a representative to our event to make sure that everything was running smoothly. Many companies do not exhibit this type of exemplary service any more. I was truly impressed.

The Fire Safety Trailer has proven to be a key component of our public education programs. We visit schools and local events with our traveling safety house! Everyone that visits the trailer is amazed how realistic the fire and smoke simulations are. Adults love the fire extinguisher training in the kitchen and the children are learning so much about what to do if they woke up to their smoke detector sounding. I know that countless lives may be saved because of the use of this trailer.

Our Department has also utilized the severe weather package on the trailer. This is truly an amazing component. With changing weather in Southwest Virginia, we are able to show our community how to stay safe should a tornado or severe storm happen in our community.

We have had several other departments in neighboring communities come by to see our trailer. They too have been very impressed. We are truly grateful to BullEx for all of your assistance with our trailer and for making such a fine, quality product.