Initiative 4: Empowerment
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.
Country music fans have not only heard the message, they’ve taken the steps to protect themselves, loved ones and the firefighters in their communities from the risks of toxic smoke and fire.
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.
Firefighters across Iowa now have more access to Everyone Goes Home® programs and training thanks to a new partnership between the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) and the Iowa Fire Service Training Bureau (FSTB).
For the members of the Raleigh Fire Department, celebrating 100 years of service to the community was reason enough to don formal attire and attend the Fireman’s Ball.