Dr. Beth Murphy discusses all things mental health and wellness regarding the fire service.
In remembrance of 9/11, members of Women in Fire are honored to talk with two responders to the tragic Ground Zero event.
YOU matter more than you know!
This year that marks the 18th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center (WTC) and the Pentagon. Mary Jane Dittmar focuses on health and wellness issues related to the aftermath of the attacks.
TargetSolutions, a Vector Solutions brand delivering the leading operations and training management software for public safety agencies, is offering complimentary access to its online course, NFPA 1851 – Cancer-Related Risks of Firefighting, and will donate $1 to the American Cancer Society for every course completion through 2019.
Members of the 'Sons of the Flag' have a candid conversation about the origin of Sons of the Flag, their various programs, upcoming events, and getting to know the team that runs Sons of the Flag behind the scenes.
Tony Carroll reviews the circumstances behind the line-of-duty death of Denver (CO) Firefighter Mark Langvardt along with the Denver Drill, whose creation was spurred by that incident.
In this podcast, host Doug Cline talks about the mental health aspects of emergency services today.
Todd LeDuc reflects on firefighters and retirement and the debt the fire service owes to its retired members.
Firefighters responded to a deadly explosion and fire Wednesday in Rochester, New York.