The more we can recognize and understand how our thoughts work, the better equipped we will be to break the habit
First responders can search for providers by by location, areas of expertise, accepted insurance, licensure and telehealth
The study investigated how burnout influenced the relationships between work stress, workplace support measures, COVID-specific assistance strategies and potentially harmful substance use
Takotsubo syndrome might be a clinical trap, but the firehouse shouldn’t be
As a fire chief, you can’t stop traumatic calls from happening, but you can show up and support your crews before, during and after
Firefighters pinpoint their top stressors and acknowledge the impact of stress on the quality of service provided
The Waterloo fire chief also hopes to lessen stress on his crew by buying a new front-line ambulance for Station 3
What are you going to do today to have a positive impact on you, your crew, your organization and your community?
5 ways a Texas city ensures first responders are mentally and physically fit, from recruits to retirees
The Irving Police Department and Irving Fire Department combined forces to offer EMDR therapy, an employee health clinic, wellness incentives and much more
The COVID-19 RAPID Mental Health Assessment highlights key concerns related to first responder stress, general wellbeing, and work-life balance
In this webinar, we discuss how to overcome the inherent challenges first responders face, including high-pressure shift work, ever-changing job demands, and daily exhaustion.
FireRescue1’s 2023 state-of-the-industry survey revealed some alarming statistics related to respondents’ feelings about the job. Download your copy to learn critical insights into what is driving the perfect storm of stress among many firefighters.