The ongoing efforts to reduce line-of-duty deaths and improve firefighter safety just got a big boost from the federal government.
Sometimes being a hero means doing something extraordinary for yourself or a buddy. It is estimated that suicide is four times more likely to happen in a fire department than a line of duty death...and it can almost always be prevented. Download the Statement.
As firefighters we are trained and ready to do our best to try to save lives and property of people in our community. But are we prepared to deal with the crisis when it's one of our own? The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation now offers its successful Stress First Aid for Fire and EMS Personnel (SFA) class for free through, the NFFF's flagship online learning system.
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