Rapid decision making on the fire ground
Author: Klein, Gary A., Calderwood, Roberta, and Clinton-Cirocco, Anne
Developing Leaders for Decision Making Under Stress: Wildland Firefighters in the South Canyon Fire and Its Aftermath
Date Published: Jun 1988
Publisher: Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences
Keywords: Initiative 1, human resource management, leadership, incident command, decision making, training/edu
Author: Michael Useem, James Cook, Larry Sutton
“Discursive Opening” and Closing Organizational Self-Study – Culture as Trap and Tool in Wildland Firefighter Safety
Date Published: 2005, Vol. 4, No. 4,
Publisher: Academy of Management Learning & Education
Keywords: Initiative 1, human resource management, leadership, wildland firefighting, decision making, wildlan
Author: Thackaberry, Jennifer Anne
Authoritarianism, inner/other directedness, and sensation seeking in firefighter/paramedics: their relationship with burnout.
Date Published: Vol. 17, No. 3, Febr
Publisher: Management Communication Quarterly
Author: Palmer, RG; Spaid, WM
NFFF Seal of Excellence Award for Rhode Island Association of Fire Chiefs
Date Published: 1996 Jan-Mar;11(1):1
Publisher: Prehospital and Disaster Medicine
Keywords: Initiative 1, human resource management, organizational culture, Initiative 13, mental health risks, burnout, mental health
When the Rhode Island legislators passed a bill exempting emergency vehicle drivers from wearing seatbelts, the Rhode Island Fire Chiefs Association (RIFCA) stood up for safety.
Wildland Firefighting: Everyone Goes Home
Wildland Firefighting: Everyone Goes Home, a video produced by the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, is a story that honors friends and can save the lives of others.
Charleston 9: The Ultimate Sacrifice
For South Carolina’s Charleston Fire Department change has come rapidly and in the most difficult of ways. After the deaths of nine firefighters at the Sofa Super Store fire on June 18, 2007, the department has remade itself in ways both dramatic and inspiring.
Fire Service Safety Leadership Award to be Presented to Three Organizations for Their Work to Improve Firefighter Health and Safety:
The Congressional Fire Services Institute and the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation have selected Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue, the Office of the Oregon Fire Marshal and the Governor’s Fire Service Policy Council as the recipient of the 2013 Senator Paul S. Sarbanes Fire Service Safety Leadership Award.
Philadelphia Fire Department Receives LODD Prevention Training
Members of the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation’s Everyone Goes Home® program delivered Courage to Be Safe ® and other LODD prevention courses to the Philadelphia Fire Department cadet classes.