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The 4 most common types of fire–
Kitchen, electrical, heater and smoking-related fires are the four most common types of fires
How to put out a grease fire–
An informative article on how to put out a grease fire to share with your community
5 common causes of electrical fires– 2
According to the U.S. Fire Administration, there are approximately 24,000 electrical fires per year
FLARE score: The 10 best states for firefighters in 2017–
FireRescue1.com looked at economic and fire industry data to determine the states offering the most for firefighters.
How Jaws of Life became a tool to snatch you from the jaws of death–
Jaws of life were first created in 1961 and are now an indispensable tool for fire departments.
Exercises to improve performance during NFPA 1582 fitness evaluation–
These fitness routines are important to learn to pass the NFPA requirements and for long term success on the job
What do the NFPA 1582 physical fitness requirements say?–
In order to perform their best, firefighters must adhere to NFPA 1582 standards
How to perform arc flash risk assessment under NFPA 70e–
NFPA code 70e helps firefighters calculate and maintain a safe boundary when dealing with flashovers
5 academies aspiring firefighters should check out– 1
If you wnat to become a firefighter, you might consider these top fire academies
How many classes of fire extinguishers are there?–
Learn about different classes of fire and the types of extinguishers used in the fire service
7 knots you need to learn for NFPA 1001 skill sheet–
Here is a compilation of video tutorials to help you learn the knots for NFPA 1001 skill set.
11 requirements to become a firefighter–
The firefighting career field is very competitive; here's a quick breakdown of what you should and should not do as you prepare to join the fire service
How to become a 911 dispatcher–
Emergency dispatchers are crucial for obtaining information needed to determine an emergency course of action.
How much does a firefighter make?–
Firefighter salaries and benefits vary by location and rank.
What is fire made of?–
Understanding the elements of fire is an essential component of firefighting education and suppression efforts
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