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Winter fire season is almost upon us. Tom Kiurski describes the fire dangers associated with this time of year and asks what are your firefighters are doing to educate citizens about these hazards.
Incidents at "big box" retail stores can present various hazards. Tom Kiurski has a short video on things to look for in your area.
As Thanksgiving approaches, many people will sit down to a delectable turkey dinner. Be sure to cook up some "fire safe common sense" to help ensure that tragedy does not come between you and your family gathering around the dinner table.
To truly make a difference in the lives of our citizens, firefighters must give them the information they need to live a more fire-safe life, Tom Kiurski writes. Are you up to the challenge?
With the holiday season fast approaching, it is wise to take a few minutes away from the "decoration duty" to spend some time using your "safety sense." There is no better gift this holiday season than a safe and healthy gathering of friends and family.
When the cold weather arrives, one alternative to outdoor evolutions is to hold a refresher course on rope and knot-tying skills. Tom Kiurski takes a look at how this training can be structured.
While speaking to groups in your community, take the time to go over some simple but often overlooked aspects of fire safety in the home.
Tom Kiurski managed to secured a number of new vehicles for his firefighters to examine some of the hazards they present to responders.
Comparing your SCBA units with those in neighboring departments can help eliminate surprises in case of a mutual aid situation. Tom Kiurski writes about coordinating this type of training evolution.
The acquisition of two side-by-side houses provided Tom Kiurski the chance to practice laddering and venting evolutions. Tom discusses drills you can perform to keep these basic skills sharp.