The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and the Everyone Goes Home® Program is proud to announce that pre-publication ordering is now available for its textbook, Understanding and Implementing the 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives. Chapters in the book, written by our nation’s leading fire service experts in their field, include:
- National Fallen Firefighters Foundation: The Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives & the Everyone Goes Home® Program
– Chief Ronald J. Siarnicki, Executive Director, NFFF
- Fire Service Culture and Safety
– Chief Dennis Compton, Chairman, NFFF
- Research and Data Collection in the Fire Service
– Daniel Madrzykowski, P.E.
- Firefighter Fatality, Injury, and Near-Miss Data and Investigations
– Greg Jakubowski, P.E.
- Personal and Organizational Accountability for Health and Safety
– Kevin Roach and Sally Young
- Risk Management on the Emergency Scene
– Chief Ronald E. Kanterman
- Fire Service Training and Safety
– Steven T. Edwards
- Medical and Fitness Standards and Programs
– Sara A. Janhke, Ph.D.; Richard Gist, Ph.D.; Vickie Taylor, LCSW; and Deputy Chief John F. Neeley
- Health and Safety Technology
– J. Gordon Routley
- Fire Apparatus Design and Response Safety Issues and Policies
– Robert Tutterow
- Effects of Fire and Life Safety Prevention and Education Programs on Firefighter Safety
– Vickie Pritchett
- Implementing the Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives in Your Department
– Howard Cross
This book, although written in a textbook format, has value for anyone outside the classroom who may have an interest in the 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives. It is, of course, perfect for any classroom setting and is geared toward a college level audience. “Understanding and Implementing 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives is designed to help any fire service organization with beginning the process of culture change in their department” said Chief Ron Siarnicki, Executive Director of the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. “The textbook is intended to be used by fire service leaders and students to develop programs or strengthen existing programs that will reduce the number of firefighter fatalities in the United States.” It should be noted that all proceeds for the sale of the book will go directly to assist surviving family members of those who have lost their lives in service to their communities.
The book is fully illustrated and provides many web addresses for further information.
Online ordering is available on the following sites:
» NFFF Online Store: Understanding and Implementing the 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives
» OSU-FPP shop website: Understanding and Implementing the 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives (ITEM-36870)
If anyone has questions regarding this book, please contact JoEllen Kelly at [email protected]