About RJ the Fire Dog

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RJ The Fire Dog
RJ the Fire Dog is the mascot for RJ Westmore, Inc., the premiere provider for e-based fire life safety training for residents and workers in high-rise buildings. His young son, JR, sometimes takes over writing his posts. RJ also maintains an active Twitter account, which he posts to when he isn’t working in the firehouse.
The RJWestmore Training System helps commercial buildings with compliance to fire life safety codes. Our interactive, building-specific e-learning training system motivates and rewards tenants instantly! It’s a convenient and affordable solution to all of the training needs of your building(s).

Choosing our service cuts property management training related workloads by 90% and saves you over 50% compared to conventional training!

Most importantly, IT SAVES LIVES!

jr the fire dog

JR the Fire Pup
RJ the Fire Dog’s son, JR sometimes takes over writing his dad’s Twitter and Blog posts. Both Dalmatians are on a mission to teach people and pups about fire life safety and disaster preparedness, and serve as mascots for the e-training corporation, RJ Westmore, Inc.

Responses

  1. Hey I am very impressed with this and i would like to use your tips on my blog. i would like to see if i could be emailed tips and facts as part of a mailing list (if you have one) I enjoy trying to educate people on their safety. Thanks for all the good tips!

    • Please subscribe to our blog for new tips published weekly. Thank you for your interest in the RJWestmore Training System.


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