Piplein Association reps with Kevin ZumwaltTodd Johansen, Charlie Peel, Kathy Reed, Kevin Zumwalt and Gail J. Hagans show the recently signed agreement between the Pipeline Association of Missouri and the MU Fire and Rescue Training Institute.

The University of Missouri Fire and Rescue Training Institute (MU FRTI) is excited to announce a new partnership with the Pipeline Association of Missouri (PAM). Recently the two organizations have entered into an agreement that will benefit Missouri emergency responders. This agreement is designed to help meet the training and educational needs of Missouri responders by providing programming that will aide in meeting state mandated training requirements.

MU FRTI is dedicated to doing what we can to enhance the service capability of the Coordinated Response Exercise program. MU FRTI will be responsible as a partner provider for registering participants that attend these meetings. In doing so, participants will receive completion certificates and appropriate CEUs that may include: Missouri Division of Fire Safety, Fire Inspector; Fire Investigator; Fire Instructor; or, Missouri POST CLEs as applicable. In addition, MU FRTI will maintain student records for lifetime credit and will be available upon request by students through the MU FRTI transcript service.

For information regarding the Coordinated Response Exercise program, and scheduled meeting availability and registration, please visit the Pipeline Association of Missouri website at: