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Rescue Equipment News & Articles
Follow these procedures for primary and secondary stabilization to properly secure a vehicle on its side with in your first five minutes on scene.
There are a lot of choices when it comes protective eyewear, and that's a good thing; here's a guide to selecting the right protection for the right situation.
Proper training, equipment, technique and awareness can reduce the dangers of ice rescues.
It was another good year for the development of products that help make the job of firefighters safe, more effective and efficient
Pick offs require a lot of repetition and are a high-risk rigging event; these steps and video will help you train for these rescues.
ProGear Protector and Voyager cases designed for use in rugged terrain environments
Waterproof and rechargeable, the flashlight is capable of reaching 650 lumens output
Both flashlights offer LED lights, one for focused lighting and one for floodlighting, that can be used in tandem or separately
The new liners are the latest addition to the company’s FR clothing line, DragonWear
Whether looking for victims in an urban or wilderness setting, these 10 tools will help get the job done
“Power to Protect” sweepstakes will benefit the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation
Company Name: Practical Fire Equipment Headquarters: Bay City, Michigan Signature Product: R.O.S. Platform Website: Practical Fire Equipment
Understanding how rope angles change the force needed to move a load will improve rescue safety and effectiveness.
The state grant program provided a retired military wildland firefighting vehicle that replace a 1960's-era truck.
Fire Chief Joe Jenkins said most of the money is going toward new extrication tools that will reduce the amount of time it takes firefighters to rescue crash victims trapped in
By Dan White FireRescue1 Columnist Contributor At the EMS State of the Sciences Conferences, held in Dallas, Texas, I saw a new innovation in patient transportation: the Ferno
Here are five swift-water tools to address post-winter flooding incidents.
Firefighters added additional shoring in the trench to stabilize it; 40 emergency responders were at the scene
The rescue took about two hours after a car hit a tanker truck and fell 120 feet and landed upright on 8 feet of snow
These shoring devices and techniques will make rescuers safer and more effective.