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Forcing firefighters to exercise and abstain from tobacco is not the best way to sell better health and job performance, but may be necessary initially. ...
Firefighters said the program violated the law by imposing the requirement ...
The grievance states that the township violated the contract by implementing a participation rate for fitness work ...
The union agreed to the ban in 1990, but now want its members to be able to use tobacco without risk of being fired. ...
The department hired a sports firm to train a team of firefighters to serve as in-department fitness experts. ...
The law, which funds treatment for workers sickened by the toxic fumes of Ground Zero, expires in 2016 ...
Never mind the workout, focus on these job-specific training exercises to improve fitness and reduce injury. ...
Understanding what it means to be extreme and when to do it will make you the best you can be even at running rehab sectors. ...
Working the medical tent at an endurance event shows similarities and differences to firefighter rehab. ...
Commissioner Daniel Nigro said their deaths are a painful reminder that 13 years later we continue to pay a terrible price for the department's heroic efforts ...
When you're a firefighter on the go, you need to make the most of your fitness, when you can fit in the time ...
Jeff Patterson was burned while fighting a house fire in May; he spent nearly five months in the hospital and underwent 12 surgeries. ...
Hero Fund America founder said he wanted to recognize those who ran into smoke and bombs after Boston Marathon bombings. ...
Capt. Rudolph Peter Witton was on his way to a house fire with crew members when he appeared to go into shock ...
Firefighter Alex Quinn left the burn unit last week and went home Tuesday, but Capt. Grider is still in critical condition ...
Alcohol and other substance abuse is a serious issue that requires root-cause investigation and correction to have any meaningful impact. ...
Bedbugs can and will get in your turnout gear; the nature of PPE makes eradicating them all the more tricky. ...
Capt. Ian Buckley spent 8 days in the ICU, had 4 surgeries and was released with a vacuum pack sealed tightly around his leg to keep the wound clean ...
David McCrady was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2013, a condition possibly caused by the exposure to smoke and toxic fumes from responding to fires over the years ...
Exposure to chemicals, carcinogens and other contaminants accumulated over a firefighter's career can cause cancer years later ...