Full list of SAFER results
Mich. fire department struggles with budget despite a $1 million grant–
Following staffing shortages last year, the city racked up $300K in overtime pay
Mass. town accepts $1.2 million grant to hire eight additional firefighters–
Town representative believes the new personnel will result in a "better community"
Cancer in the fire service (eBook)–
Learn more about the risks and what you and your department can do to reduce your exposure to fireground toxins
Ohio dept. to rehire 10 firefighters with help from federal grant–
Money from the SAFER grant will bring total staff to 144 for the next two years
Fire grant programs: How to save them–
While funding for next year's grants is on track, the entire program is set to expire; here's how to keep them alive
Mich. fire dept. awarded $691K grant for recruitment–
The department will hire six 24-hour shift firefighters
White House budget proposal cuts fire service programs–
If adopted, the cuts will impact fire grant programs and the United States Fire Administration
Fire chief: Sales tax would ensure fire department staffing–
The tax would pay for firefighters after the SAFER grant used to hire them expires
Preparing America's Fire & Emergency Services for the Next Call–
This video was written and developed by the Congressional Fire Service Institute. The goal of the video is to communicate the importance of the Department of Homeland Security's Assistance to FireFighter grants. The Fire Act which includes the AFG and SAFER grants provides very important funding for both equipment and personnel in the fire service.
S.C. fire department to use grant to hire more firefighters–
The $256,000 SAFER grant will be the salaries of three firefighters
What you need to know before applying for this year's SAFER grant.