The actions of a small number of firefighters can badly damage the reputation that those before us worked to establish. David Lewis revisits the core tenets of the Firefighter Code of Ethics.
Paul Combs discusses the lack of civility in today's discourse about firefighting and death by social media firing squad.
Public Information Officer and Social Media expert Eric Hurst shows fire departments around the world how to better promote their services to their communities.
John K. Murphy looks back on legal issues fire departments faced in 2019.
Well, if it's on social media...new one from Paul Combs.
Hopefully, as we move through this age of electronic immediate communication, we get more elegant in how we handle it.
Ron Morgan of the Hillsboro (OR) Fire Department offers a presentation aimed at fire departments that want to start or beef up their social media program.
Continuing Fire Engineering's look back at FDIC International 2019, today we feature South Metro (CO) Fire Rescue Public Information Officer Eric Hurst, who instructed students on getting their departments' message out to the community through the increasingly relevant avenue of social media, with an emphasis on visuals through photography.
Internationally published photographer and videographer Eric Hurst offers his insight on how fire departments should best use social media to promote their organizations and report on their actions.