Brady Robinette shares research on how a helmet must be designed and constructed to protect the heads of responders working at roadway incidents.
Sal Ancona reviews bowstring truss roofs and the dangers they present to firefighters operating in these buildings.
The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), an association for occupational and environmental health and safety (OEHS) scientists and professionals, announces the availability of free resources to inform emergency response leaders about the longer-term health risks, not just daily safety on the job.
The building is your enemy. Jack Murphy, Paul Dansbach, James Johnson, and Lex Shady join Joe Pronesti to review building construction issues for firefighters.
Beirut, Lebanon. West, Texas. Ammonium nitrate (AN) disasters cause devastation and death, but they don't need to happen at all. Dr. Vyto Babrauskas says there's a straightforward way to secure AN and save lives.
Frank Ricci and P.J. Norwood are joined by guest Lenny Carmichael to talk about the role of the safety officer at emergencies and fires.
How do you practice safe driving techniques and fire apparatus accident prevention? Mike Dugan, Bill Gustin, and company discuss this topic.
Federal officials are seeking to fine Boeing $1.25 million, saying Wednesday that company managers pressured employees who were designated to perform safety-related work for the government at an aircraft factory in South Carolina.
Use of personally owned vehicles (POVs) for fire response is a reality for many departments. Tim Zehnder examines some safety concerns and considerations.
The rate of fatal automobile crashes in the U.S. jumped dramatically in March, even though the number of miles driven plummeted due to coronavirus stay-home orders.