The Everyone Goes Home® program depends on the outreach work you do to sustain our mission in the field. We will help you by providing support material to present and champion
the 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives.
The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation
Everyone Goes Home® Program
Summit & Symposium Reports
» Success Stories
» Share a Success Story or Share with Departments So They Can Share Their Story
» Applying the 16 Life Safety Initiatives
» Report How the 16 Initiatives Were Applied to a Department/Organization
» Be a Hero, Save a Hero®
» Seal of Excellence Award
» Nominate an Organization or Individual for the Seal of Excellence Award
» Other National Fallen Firefighters Foundation Awards
Everyone Goes Home® Advocate Handbook
Download and Print
The Foundation has provided the artwork that will allow you to print the file on your desktop or a press quality PDF send to a professional printer for local production.
Everyone Goes Home® Bookmark (2″ x 8″)
Everyone Goes Home® Card (8.5″ x 5.5″)
16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives (8.5″ x 11″)
16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives (11″ x 17″)
Training and Instructor Tools
Getting Started on the Fire Hero Learning Network
How to Register, Course Evaluations and Retrieve Certificates
Fireherolearningnetwork.com Online Course Offerings
This firefighter training module provides an introduction to all sixteen Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives and assists the user in taking the first steps toward addressing these safety initiatives in their job and department.
Just as doctors talk about “bedside manner” when talking to patients, the “curbside manner” of first responders really makes a difference in how people experience and process a difficult life event.
After Action Review (AAR) offers the fire service the opportunity to formalize the tradition of informal post-incident conversations.
This module educates fire officers how to make changes in their departments that will help prevent line-of-duty deaths.
Firefighter Life Safety Initiative #13 states: “Firefighters and their families should have access to counseling and psychological support.”
This firefighter training module is designed to help you to better understand and support the needs of both family and fire service survivors after a line-of-duty death and to learn how to create a plan for your fire department in case of such an event.
This self-paced program helps company officers understand their leadership role in the fundamentals of firefighter health and safety. This program discusses a wide range of topics at only the awareness level of depth. Further training and resources are recommended for company officers.
This self-paced program helps company officers understand their interpersonal communication and mentoring responsibilities. Knowing how to effectively communicate priorities, understand and respond to problems, and handle difficult situations is key to being an effective officer. This program is an introduction to the communication and mentoring topics through the eyes of seasoned company officers.
For National Fallen Firefighters Foundation Instructors
Classroom Materials for Instructors
National Fire Academy Resources
Vulnerability Assessment Program (VAP)
Create a Profile
Start the Assessment
Finish the Assessment
Health & Wellness
After Action Review
Initiative 13 Overview (PPT)
View all Initiative 13 Reseearch, Resources, Content for Psychological Support
» Mortality and cancer incidence in a pooled cohort of US firefighters from San Francisco, Chicago and Philadelphia
» Evaluation of Dermal Exposure to Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Fire Fighters
» Evaluation of Chemical Exposures during Fire Fighter Training Exercises Involving Smoke Simulant
» Evaluation of Chemical and Particle Exposures During Vehicle Fire Suppression Training
» More Firefighter Cancer Research Articles
» More Firefighter Cancer Resources
A young firefighter’s
story about cancer
The Silent Killer:
Boston commissioner & union president:cancer video
Firefighter Injuries/Injury Prevention
» Injury among a population based sample of career firefighters in the central USA
» Firefighter Fatality Investigation and Prevention Program
» More Fatality and Injury Investigation Research
» More Fatality and Injury Investigation Resources
Heart Disease & Firefighting
» Extreme sacrifice: sudden cardiac death in the US Fire Service
» Sudden Cardiac Death Among Firefighters <= 45 Years of Age in the United States
» Sudden Cardiac Death in the Fire Service: Risk Factors, Causes, and Unanswered Questions
» Modified Mediterranean Diet Score and Cardiovascular Risk in a North American Working Population
» More Firefighter Heart Disease Research Articles
» More Firefighter Heart Disease Resources
Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives Resource Kits
The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation has launched a national initiative to prevent firefighter line-of-duty deaths and injuries.
This material provides opportunities to take part in the important mandate to prevent firefighter line-of-duty injuries and deaths.
The implementation of the 16 Life Safety Initiatives is essential to elimination of preventable line-of-duty injuries and deaths.
Part of Everyone Goes Home® program mission is to provide resources that enable departments to implement the 16 Life Safety Initiatives.
All Video Resources
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