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The fire station can serve as a transfer site for the bugs we encounter with patients and our own bodies; here's how to kill off those little bugs.
Keeping turnout gear clean is critical to firefighter health; here's how to buy and use turnout gear washers.
Not taking fitness serious is an invitation to injury and illness; here's a look at some of the equipment options to keep you in shape.
WEST, Texas — The West Volunteer Fire Department will end up better-equipped than before the April 17 plant explosion thanks to the generosity of donors nationwide. Waco Trib
FARMINGTON, Maine — A group of resourceful firefighters in Maine have come up with a new way to save money in a time of tight budgets — they built a new fire truck from
By John Martin Courier Press EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Evansville Fire Department administrators are eager to move forward on installation of some new, heavy duty equipment washers,
By Denise A. Raymo Press-Republican MALONE, N.Y. — Blaring tones barked from laptops every few seconds, cutting the silence in a conference room at the Franklin County
By George Graham The Republican SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — A high-tech digital training device recently obtained by the Springfield Fire Department allows users to hone their fire
The following is paid content sponsored by MagneGrip Background: The Dyersburg Fire Department in Tennessee is a full-paid agency with 50 sworn firefighters and three stations,
The following is sponsored content contributed by MagneGrip By Ray Stefanelli * MagneGrip Alarms are alarming! Combine heart-pounding response, the stress of crisis situations,
By Dana Wormald The Union Leader LONDONDERRY, N.H. —When a freak October snowstorm left most of the town in the dark last fall, many residents reported a lapse in
QUEENSLAND, Australia — A Gold Coast firehouse is determined to keep the tradition of fireman poles alive, remaining the only station in the city to have them. The Surfers
By Mark Mulcahy The Border Mail WANGARATTA, Australia — Wangaratta's fire station staff and volunteers now have plenty of room to move. The new fire station near the
By Lenore T. Adkins The Chicago Daily Herald EAST DUNDEE, Ill. — It is all but guaranteed that residents within the East Dundee Fire Protection District will vote on a ballot
By Jim Steinberg The San Bernardino County Sun RIALTO, Calif. — Skylights provide powerful lighting in the hallways. A sophisticated alarm system sends audio and visual
The Federal Information and News Dispatch WASHINGTON, D.C. — Senator Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) today announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded the City of
By Dick Lindsay The Berkshire Eagle PERU, Mass. — Voters at a special town meeting will decide whether to spend $166,800 more than expected to build a new fire station to
While fires can start at anytime and anywhere, below are descriptions of the four most common types of fires. Acknowledging these types of fires may help you to reduce or even
A fire triangle is used as a model for conveying the components of a fire. The fire triangle’s three sides illustrate the three elements of fire, which are heat, fuel, and
While I think it is uncommon, although certainly not unheard of, for firefighters to formally clock in and clock out of the fire station, I wonder if this story is a sign of