Who Says EMS Recertification Needs to Be So Difficult? The Benefits of Online Learning...

July 29, 2021 | 1 PM EDT

Attend this informative Webcast to find out how online coursework and documentation technology can help increase compliance, reduce headaches and legal exposure, improve performance, and prepare personnel for hands-on and classroom training.

New Technologies for Aerial Fire Trucks

August 24, 2021 | 1 PM EDT

How safe is your aerial? From SMART controls technology to short jacking, centralized command seats and pedestals, new technology is helping make today's aerials safer than ever before. In this webinar, we'll discuss new aerial technologies and how to specify them in your next aerial apparatus. Our job at Rosenbauer is to help you save lives and protect property, and an aerial apparatus is a key component to that.

What You Should Know About Your Station Wear: Myths and Misconceptions

August 12, 2021 | 1 PM EDT

We receive a lot of questions from firefighters about station wear, and in this Webcast we'll answer some of the more common questions. Led by Workrite's Technical Training Manager, Derek Sang, we'll explore what to look for when selecting station wear, how it should be used, and how to properly care for and maintain it.

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Audit: Military Members Unprotected from Toxic Chemicals Associated with Firefighting Foam

The Defense Department has dragged its feet on protecting service personnel from “forever chemicals” at military installations and isn't doing enough to track health effects from exposure to the toxic compounds, according to an internal audit.
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NYC COVID-19 Mandate Would Include Firefighters

All New York City municipal workers — including cops and firefighters — will have to get vaccinated or submit to weekly coronavirus tests under a new mandate.
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NM Firefighter Dies After Being Struck by Fire Apparatus

Caballo Firefighter Janet Tracy, 59, was at the scene of a single vehicle non-injury crash when she was run over.
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CA Firefighter Dies After Contracting the Coronavirus

Firefighter/Paramedic Matthew “Bear” Michael Rominger, 48, contracted COVID-19 while on a medical call from a patient with a known case of the virus
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Transformational Change and Fire Service Survival

Fire service leaders must seize the opportunity to effect lasting, transformational change when it comes to preventable threats to firefighter health.
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Volunteer NM Firefighter Fatally Runs Over Another

A volunteer firefighter was helping a person injured in a crash when another member backed over her with a fire truck.

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