Departments That are 100% Compliant With the International First Responder Seatbelt Pledge

Setting an Example for the First Responders Everywhere – It’s All About Responsibility

Congratulations to these fire and EMS departments for achieving 100% compliance with the International First Responder Seatbelt Pledge! These departments serve as an excellent example to other public safety agencies around the world.

If your department has not taken the International First Responder Seatbelt Pledge, please take a moment learn more about the program and to download and sign the pledge form today! Once you have taken the pledge to wear your seatbelt, please contiue to support our efforts by spreading the to neighboring departments in your area. Together we can ensure that Everyone Goes Home!

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Natrona County Fire Protection District

Casper, Wyoming

Assistant Fire Chief Darin Pepple

Grand Teton National Park Wildland Firefighters

Moose, Wyoming

Deputy Fire Management Officer Mack McFarland

Grand Teton National Park Firefighters (Structural)

Moose, Wyoming

Fire Captain Chris Valdez

Laramie County Fire District #2

Laramie County, Wyoming

Firefighter Jim Thurman

Sheridan Fire-Rescue Department

Sheridan, Wyoming

Health/Fitness Coord. Greg Luhman

Sweetwater County Fire Deistrict #1

Rock Springs, Wyoming

Assistant Fire Chief Scott Kitchner

Big Laramie Valley Fire Department

Laramie, Wyoming

Training Officer Jake Riske

Carbon County Fire Department - Rawlins Division

Rawlins, Wyoming

Lieutenant William Brooks

Centennial Valley Volunteer Fire Department

Centennial, Wyoming

Training Officer Stephen Kaiser

Evansville Volunteer Fire Department

Evansville, Wyoming

Fire Chief Leo Malsom