A car struck a Delray Beach (FL) fire apparatus while it was blocking firefighters and medics from oncoming traffic at a crash scene.
The International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) and the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) are urging Congress to pass the Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act, or HEROES Act.
Jack J. Murphy looks at an instance of tilt-up construction and the many firefighter safety hazards that may be concealed within.
Besides quickly turning out for a response, donning your personal protective equipment (PPE) proficiently is one of the proven ways to save time and lives on the fireground.
Wilmington (DE) firefighters are raising concerns about the city's contingency plans in the event that the fire department is hit hard by COVID-19, according to reports.
Leigh H. Shapiro explains the need for training that fully prepares firefighters for the uncertainties of the fireground.
Highway incident responders can at times face death or serious injuries. However, they can prepare for and mitigate these risks using the techniques the author recommends.
We can blame or we can learn from incidents where things went wrong, but we can’t do both. Read January's Editor's Opinion from Bobby Halton.
Chief Bobby Halton takes a look back at an article from the October 1964 issue of Fire Engineering that deals with the recurring issue of firefighters and seat-belt use.