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Five hundred firefighters of various ranks and departments, industry representatives and researchers are gathered again in Phoenix for the Fire Service Occupational Cancer Symposium. It’s the first of its kind meeting focused solely on this issue.
“Checking In: A Behavioral Health Size-Up” was created to help firefighters, their families and health-care providers better understand the behavioral health challenges and needs of firefighters.
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The contest will take place over three months, where firefighters will be encouraged to submit their best chili recipe to HORMEL® Chili for judging.
In November 2016, the management team from the Everyone Goes Home® Advocate program hosted a strategic planning meeting with the Regional Advocates. The purpose of the meeting was to review the Advocate activities and develop a strategic plan specific for the Advocate program and it’s activities.
The award will be presented at the 29th Annual National Fire and Emergency Services Dinner on April 6, 2017, in Washington, DC.
The Sarbanes Award recognizes organizations for outstanding leadership in advancing firefighter health and safety.
Singer/songwriter Dave Carroll’s new music video, “The Fallen and the Brave” honors firefighters who died while protecting their communities.
This tribute was shot at the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial in Emmitsburg, Maryland.
Congratulations to Kim Fitzsimmons, our Everyone Goes Home® Photo Contest winner! Kim’s photo received 162 Likes by 11:00 am Friday, September 16. She will receive a roundtrip coach class air transportation for one to attend the 2016 Lt. Joseph P. DiBernardo Memorial Foundation Seminar held November 4 – 5, 2016 in Stony Brook, New York…. Read more »
Over the past few months, there have been an alarming number of firefighter fatalities. In light of that, we do want to remind every operational firefighter, company officer, crew boss, superintendent, and command officer about the importance of situational awareness, evaluation of risk, value of risk as compared to the likelihood of success and the all-important desire of your family, loved one’s and friends that they want every firefighter to go home at the end of their tour of duty.
Dr. Jahnke presented the keynote address, “Health, Wellness, and Readiness in the Fire Service,” as part of the Research Symposium sponsored by Fire Protection Publications immediately prior to the IFSTA Validation Conference. The Granito Award is presented annually to an individual who has significantly advanced the fire leadership and management literature through their research efforts.