Upcoming Webinars

May 30, 2024

Transform How You Manage Your Department’s Crew Scheduling


FirePublic Safety


Vector Scheduling

How You Can Improve Scheduling Efficiency While Ensuring Coverage and Reducing Grievances

Thursday, May 30 at 11 a.m. (PT) | 2 p.m. (ET)

As the scheduling needs of your department and the fire service continue to evolve, having a digital solution in place that can be customized to meet your needs and streamline scheduling tasks can help save valuable time.

Vector Solutions’ shift scheduling solution, Vector Scheduling, is continuously evolving and is designed specifically to meet the complex, 24/7 staffing needs of the fire service.

Join us for this upcoming webinar on May 30 to learn about the platform’s latest enhancements to further drive scheduling efficiency and how you can configure this powerful app to simplify and streamline all aspects of your scheduling management while reducing grievances and ensuring comprehensive coverage.

During this webinar, we’ll cover how to do the following:

  • Manage day-to-day scheduling and communicate changes through the native Scheduling app
  • Use hire dates to fairly assign and fill shifts based on seniority
  • Enable personnel to choose their preferred station or location, streamlining shift allocation and reducing grievances
  • View breakdown of daily staffing counts to monitor shift assignments



Brad Lyon, Solutions Engineer
Brad Lyon has spent 17 years working in the Fire Service. He was the very first employee of CrewSense before it was acquired by Vector Solutions and is a subject matter expert within the Vector Scheduling platform with more than four years of experience helping clients maximize the platform.

Matt Shronts, Solutions Engineer
Matt Shronts has been in public safety for more than 20 years rising through the ranks to fire chief. Throughout Matt’s fire service career, he spent time in numerous positions with a focus on training and EMS. His experiences allowed him to utilize the Vector LMS and Check It platforms, while learning best practices for improving productivity, recertifications and data tracking. Matt is still active in the Fire and EMS service and has successfully completed his accreditation as a Chief Fire Officer.