About UslAdvertisinglMagazinelNewsletterlContact Usl Instagram



Clearing the Air: What Do You Get for “30 Minutes”?

3 September 2015

Critical decisions are made on the fireground, on the training ground, and in the boardroom based on “air.” How much air is still available? How much air has been consumed? How do we train firefighters to be critically aware of their air? How much air do we need to provide to keep our members safe? Recent research is shedding new light on this subject. The class covers the effects of working in self-contained breathing apparatus on the human body in terms of heat stress and its impact on injury risk and a firefighter’s ability to do the job on the fireground. The audience will see new data on how a firefighter’s physical abilities change with the second air cylinder and how this can be related to a firefighter’s preparation for the job. The tradeoffs between 30-minute and 60-minute bottles are also covered.

Please join us for this webcast sponsored by Avon Protection.


Rural Water Delivery

27 August 2015 register:WEBCAST

Step Up and Lead

6 August 2015

The focus is on the highest-rated fire service leadership traits. Among them are loyalty, adaptability, determination, enthusiasm, empathy, courage, and honor. This class is a collection of stories and lessons followed by action steps that will help students elevate their ability to lead themselves and others. The class is for fire service leaders and aspiring leaders at all levels.


On Demand

Cardiovascular and Carcinogenic Hazards of Modern Firefighting

30 June 2015

This project addresses the most important health concerns of firefighters and does so in a way that ensures that the results are “directly” applicable to firefighters.  Keeping with our team’s long standing tradition of dissemination, and leveraging an extensive network of fire service collaborators, we will distribute our findings to those who need it and can implement it, including standard setting bodies (i.e, NFPA 1500, 1582, 1584, 1851, 1971), policy makers, training academies, fire officers and firefighters.

Sponsored by MSA.


Fighting Cancer on the Fireground One Departments Model

25 June 2015

With firefighter cancer on the rise and the risks of cancer growing exponentially with today's dynamically toxic environment firefighters need to be more aware and take more precautions in order to remain healthy. Jacksonville Fire Rescue Department has begun an innovative program to try to improve firefighters health and safety by reducing their exposure to toxins on the fireground.

Join us for this webcast sponsored by Tempest Technology, and learn what JFRD is doing and what potentially more can be done to lower your risk of cancer from fighting fire.