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.

Holyoke (MA) Firefighter Dies Suddenly

Holyoke firefighter Jonathan Robert has passed away, officials said.
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IN Firefighters Respond to CO Fires: ‘It’s Kind of an Indicator That It’s Going...

Area firefighters have been sent west to assist with wildfires earlier this year compared to last year, officials said, which indicates a long fire season ahead. The air quality in the Midwest has been impacted by the most recent fires as well, officials said.

Death Toll in Turkey Wildfires Rises to Four

The death toll in wildfires raging in southern Turkey rose to four as fire crews on Friday battled blazes that burned down homes and forced people to evacuate villages an
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Teenage Boy Dead After Being Swept Away in AZ Canyon

Authorities say a teenage boy died but another one was rescued after rushing water swept them both away in a canyon near Rio Rico.
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Canadian Wildfires Smoke Causing Air Quality Issues in IA

An air quality alert has been issued for most of Iowa on Friday as smoke from Canadian wildfires drifts south, bringing high, unhealthy air particulates with it.

Mudslides Force More Than 100 to Spend Night on CO Highway

More than 100 people had to spend the night on a highway, including nearly 30 who took refuge in a tunnel, after rain over an area burned by a wildfire once again triggered mudslides in western Colorado.

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