Fire, Hazmat Training Tower Company Named Top Provider

Fire, Hazmat Training Tower Company Named Top Provider

Government Business Review Magazine named WHP Trainingtowers its Top Firefighter Training Towers System Provider 2024. The award was based on nominations received from the publication’s more than 80,000 subscribers worldwide.  

“This recognition highlights the company’s dedication to excellence and innovation, acknowledging the hard work of each team member in making our training towers the best in the industry,” says Amanda Jahnke, WHP Trainingtowers’ director of marketing. “The collective efforts of all departments, from design to sales, have been crucial in achieving this honor. This accolade celebrates our impact on community safety and emergency services worldwide. WHP is proud of these accomplishments and looks forward to future  successes, continuing to push boundaries and set new industry standards.”  

Earlier this year, WHP rolled out a hazmat training trailer. The 8.5-foot-long trailer comes with different training props and is grant eligible. The trailer is the latest in WHP’s hazmat training options. 

Government Business Review is a premier online and print publication focused on providing insightful coverage of government services, including policy, regulation, and technology trends. The publication aims to deliver in-depth analysis and expert commentary on the latest developments in these areas, serving as a valuable resource for government professionals and stakeholders. Their content is crafted by a team of experienced writers and industry experts who ensure comprehensive and authoritative insights 

WHP was also named the 2022 Top Modular Construction Service Provider by Construction Tech Review. 

WHP has provided fire training towers and burn room liners to the fire industry since 1980 with over 1,000 installations in the US and abroad. No other company in the world has built as many training towers as WHP and done so as a turn-key supplier. The company’s mission is to provide continuous innovation that responds to the changing needs of emergency preparedness in a way that positively impacts the quality of emergency services training.

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