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.

Captain David Mellen

Fire for Effect: The Lost Art of Realistic Training

August 19, 2021 | 1 PM EDT

The focus is on the impact realism in training has on firefighters. In today's fire service training, we often are faced with having to choose between realism and safety. You will learn how to incorporate both and why it is vital that trainees be exposed to situations as close to real life as possible.

Wildfires Blasting Through West Draw States to Lend Support

Out-of-state crews headed to Montana Saturday to battle a fire that injured five firefighters as the West struggled with a series of fires that have ravaged rural lands and destroyed homes.
Firefighters battle a blaze at the 90 block of Beverly Street that is part of the Bristol Station Apartments in Carteret.

Massive Fire Engulfs NJ Apartment Building

Building 4 of the Bristol Station Complex in Carteret caught fire, and the building is a total loss
Houston ambulance stolen

Police: Armed Person Stole Ambulance with Patient, Firefighter Inside

An armed suspect stole an ambulance early Friday while a patient and a firefighter were inside, Houston police said.
Bootleg fire spot fires

Western Wildfires: Crews Make Progress on Huge OR Fire

The Bootleg Fire, which has destroyed an area half the size of Rhode Island, was 40% surrounded after burning some 70 homes.
Firefighters at fire in garage in Westminster, Massachusetts

Neighbors Heard Blast Prior to Three-Alarm MA House Fire

One firefighter was treated for minor injuries and transported at the explosion and fire in Westminster.
Injured Red Lodge firefighter Dan Steffensen

Injured Red Lodge (MT) Firefighter Has Second Surgery

Dan Steffensen, 65, was burned last week after a shift in winds sent flames over his fire engine while he was fighting the Harris fire.

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