Discover how you can document personal exposures throughout your career. In this free webinar, learn how you can track this and other data to take advantage of the wealth of information in your department. Imagine what you could do if the data were just there – you didn’t need to spend hours building a report or pay someone else to create a report that you can’t modify. Eliminate the guessing and quickly identify trends for stakeholder reports or to justify funding. This can be your new reality.
As the fire service and the nation looks back to remember the fallen and their heroism during the September 11, 2001 attacks, the staff of Fire Engineering offers our thanks to all those who responded that day and in the aftermath. We also ask you to keep in mind all those yet struggling from the adverse health effects from the response at Ground Zero.—Pete Prochilo, Online Content Manager
A Northern California wildfire that destroyed a foothill hamlet has become the state’s deadliest blaze of the year with 10 people confirmed dead—and the toll could climb as searchers look for 16 missing people.
On this the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, we look back in remembrance of the 343 members of the Fire Department of New York (FDNY) who gave their lives in defense of the citizens of our nation.