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What to do when the training chief blows off your idea for enhanced MCI training following a major incident
Live Oak officials approved purchasing the Dräger system to keep firefighters from having to leave their response area for training
This unique cardiac and metabolic screening program, specifically designed for the heart health of first responders, is now available to individuals
Former state trooper helps MHS students become comfortable with law enforcement
Properly fitting pants, coats and boots are essential for firefighter safety and performance
How changes in the new NFPA standards for turnout gear and SCBA will affect the fire service
Safety Stand Down 2024 goes back to basic training
The latest methods and the strategic value of implementing Gas Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) devices
Follow the SROVT principles – solid, realistic, ongoing, verifiable training – to develop strong incident commanders
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Dr. Rachelle Zemlok takes the Better Every Shift crew inside the psychologist’s office during First Responder Wellness Week
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During the webinar “Violence prevention — the fire and EMS safety checklist,” Dr. Jennifer Taylor details the emerging threats of violence
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