Sal Ancona examines some of the challenges current construction practices present to firefighters when operating at modern taxpayers.
There are numerous buildings in the state that have only partial sprinkler protection or none whatsoever. Bill Gustin on what's at stake during high-rise fires in these structures.
The Fire Apparatus Manufacturers’ Association (FAMA) awarded its 2020 Phillip L. Turner Fire Protection Scholarship to University of Maryland student Genevieve Tan.
Oakland will pay $32.7 million to settle lawsuits filed over a 2016 fire at an illegally converted warehouse dubbed the Ghost Ship that killed 36 people, the city announced Thursday.
In this firefighter training video, Adam Hansen and Anthony Deko review some of the dangers firefighters ought to know about dangers associated with HVAC RTUs.
As cities and buildings get smarter, so should the fire departments that protect them. Jack Murphy and Jerry Tracy review how tech advances will help firefighter preplanning.
Adam Hansen and Anthony Deko examine a facet of HVAC RTU investigation that could precipitate a serious emergency—a cracked heat exchanger.
Johnson Controls announces the release of the new TYCO® Model CWS Concealed Window Sprinkler.
Russell Maitland details a carbon monoxide leak at a local roasted coffee facility. It underscores the need for first responders to better acquaint themselves with the hazards involved in the production of the product.
Are we educating potential firefighter candidates about all aspects of the job? Mandy George enumerates the reasons why we ought to.