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The bag is designed to securely store equipment used when reversing an opioid overdose
The grant money will buy an SCBA fill station, hoses, thermal imagers and flashlights.
How people, data, processes and things help public safety increase operational efficiency.
In April 2013, FireRescue1 conducted a survey on SCBA/Air Product use and trends in the industry. We have posted the results to the survey below. Highlights: • 86% of those
The following is sponsored content contributed by MagneGrip By Ray Stefanelli * MagneGrip Alarms are alarming! Combine heart-pounding response, the stress of crisis situations,
The importance of the compressed-air fill station cannot be overlooked; here's how they work and what to look for when buying a new one.
By Lionel Green The Sand Mountain Reporter ALBERTVILLE, Ga. — For the second time in two years, Albertville is hosting the Scott Safety Firefighter Combat Challenge, billed
By Randy Ludlow Columbus Dispatch CHILLICOTHE, Ohio — Rather than retire or resign, Chillicothe's fire chief will appeal his suspension for allegedly allowing
HILLSBORO, Ore. — An oxygen tank explosion Sunday injured an Ore. EMT and volunteer firefighter. Eric Nehl, 25, of Scappoose, was working alone filling oxygen tanks in the
The Intelligencer Journal/New Era Lancaster, Pa. — Two local fire departments have received almost $90,000 in grants from the federal government. Gap Fire Company received
By Tim Omarzu The Chattanooga Times Free Press LaFAYETTE, Ga. — Walker County firefighters soon should have a weight taken off their shoulders. That's because
The Milwaukee Journal SentinelHARTLAND, Wis. — The Hartland Firefighters Association Inc. has purchased a new 6,000-psi air compressor for the Hartland Fire Department. The
By Donna M. Perry The Sun JournalJAY, Maine — Selectmen voted Monday to allow the Fire Rescue Department to trade four new air bottles that were intended to be part of a
By Scott M. Bruner FireRescue1 Product EditorOne of the most popular destinations at FDIC in Indianapolis was the MSA booth, where the company was demonstrating what could be the
The IAFF and DHS have selected MSA to begin work on a prototype of new SCBA built on pressure-vessel technology
TendersInfoST. LOUIS — The widow of a St. Louis firefighter has received more than $40 million after a company that made fire safety equipment lost its appeal.Attorneys for
It's no secret that attendees of EMS EXPO return home every year with new ideas of potential purchases for their agencies. While there weren't as many new products on display this
By FireRescue1 StaffMIAMI — A Miami-Dade firefighter who relinquished his air pack and mask to trapped individuals during a fire on a yacht was acknowledged for his rescue
By Walter Griffin The Bangor Daily NewsNORTHPORT, Maine — A stubborn fire at a Cobe Road residence kept firefighters from three communities busy Monday morning as they chased
The Associated Press via KSWOHOBART, Okla. — A Hobart firefighter is back on the job less than two weeks after helping save three injured firefighters from a grain bin fire