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Lives in:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Private Training Video Company
Senior Video Producer
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Top issues in your department:
Fire Fighters Safety, Fire Dynamics, Fire Behaviour, HazMat
Professional Qualifications:
Served 6 years as senior video producer for, the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (formerly SRSSA) producing videos and documentaries for Lessons Learned within Fire & Rescue.
Topics you provide training for:
Fire Fighters Safety, Fire Dynamics, Fire Behaviour, HazMat
Areas of expertise:
Fire Fighters Safety, Fire Dynamics, Fire Behaviour, HazMat
Experienced Director / Producer, Video Editor, Camera Operator, pre-production, post-production, production management.

BT Videoproductions specialize in instructional videos around Workplace Safety, Fire & Rescue, Educational Video & Document

Bjorn spent over five years (2008-2013) as the senior Director/Producer for a video series called "90 Seconds" at the Swedish Civil Contingencies ( and along with his wife Terri Casella he was producing, shooting and editing hands on 15 - 20 training videos / Lessons Learned short educational documentaries per year, in the area of Fire Fighting, Dangerous Goods /HazMat, First Respons, Crisis Management, and also Foreign Aid.

During 2015-16, Bjorn´s company was involved with From Knowledge to Practice and an e-learning course in Fire Dynamics paid for by the US DoD.
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