November 7, 2018 | View as webpage
How Firefighters Can Prepare for Traumatic Experiences
Firefighters must respond to graphic and distressing incidents that can be hard to shake. Don’t wait until it happens to learn how to process trauma. Take time to put plans in place, both at home and at work, so you’re not caught off-guard by the aftermath of a bad call.
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What is Vicarious Trauma and How to Prevent It

You don’t have to directly experience trauma to be affected by it. Due to the nature of the job, firefighters are at high-risk of suffering from secondary trauma. Learn what secondary trauma is, how to recognize symptoms, and how to protect yourself and others.

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Treating Invisible Wounds: Helping One Another with Unmanaged Stress
In the fire service, we trust ourselves to make life or death decisions. When it comes to dealing with the dangers of stress, we should afford it the same attention. Learn why it's important for every firefighter, especially supervisors, to recognize signs of unmanaged stress and take action.
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