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The IAFC and the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) have announced the theme for the June 19-25 Safety, Health and Survival Week: Surviving the Fire Ground – Firefighter, Fire Officer & Command Preparedness.
The Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors is excited to be working with the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and the IAFF Burn Foundation to explore the needs of firefighters who have sustained burn injuries and their families as it pertains to peer support after a burn injury.
» Take the Survey: Community Risk Reduction Program Survey The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, in partnership with Vision 20-20, is studying the profile of Community Risk Reduction (CRR) programs across the country. Community Risk Reduction incorporates both fire prevention activities and public education outreach; it is a more encompassing term that incorporates all the tools… Read more »
Our law enforcement officers, fire fighters and EMS personnel deserve the latest technology available. The FCC’s commitment to building a nationwide, interoperable public safety wireless broadband network represents a historic opportunity to enhance the services available to Public Safety.
The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) and Fireman’s Fund Insurance are proud to announce the winners of a Video Safety Contest hosted by the Everyone Goes Home® Program.
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… Read more »
Firefighters serve a sacred duty to protect life and property in their communities, but they also must serve a higher duty to themselves and their family to stay safe and healthy.
On Wednesday, May 12, 2010 regional and state advocates converged on the Robert J. Quinn Training Academy, in Chicago to begin the evaluation phase of the Leadership, Accountability, Culture, and Knowledge (LACK) training course.
A landmark study issued today by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) shows that the size of firefighting crews has a substantial effect on the fire service’s ability to protect lives and property in residential fires.
Courtesy of FireEngineering.com