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Risk Management

Risk management is the practice of keeping firefighters safe, well trained and out of trouble.

The 33,000-square-foot structure had been empty for eight years
Captium collects vehicle health and critical component data and provides insight to keep your department operationally ready
Well-crafted fire policies are in the best interest of your department and will help reduce risks to the organization and its members
The more we get jammed up, the more we lose organizational trust, public trust ... and insurance coverage
Transparent communication between city managers and fire chiefs is essential for building a strong partnership and ensuring the city’s overall wellbeing
Li-ion batteries are here to stay and it’s on firefighters to keep up with advances in battery technology
Fire apparatus are powerful machines and must be operated responsibly and with “due regard” for the safety of the public
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No loss of time due to an injury from falling out of your rig is acceptable, and certainly not a loss of life
When good people get involved in high risk, low-frequency events, you are much more likely to make a mistake; ongoing training is key
We should not let the nobility of what we must do be corrupted by the excitement of what we want to do
The risk management expert says too many firefighters are unaware of the issues facing the entire industry
West Metro firefighters said the Lakewood structure was being used by homeless people as a shelter
Baltimore Firefighter John McMaster talks about being in the Stricker Street collapse that killed three firefighters
The fire service is uniquely positioned to lead the transition to more electric devices in our homes, workplaces and community as a whole