A systems familiarization from Fire Marshal Patrick Nicholson of Kittitas County, Washington,
I know of a volunteer fire department where an elderly lady walked into the fire station and asked the firefighters what they could use.
Resources and recommendations that address long-term and emerging health and safety issues faced by female firefighters and EMS responders.
Captain John Lukancic gives reasons why you should not be comfortable about your SCBA training.
Several takeaways from February to help our operations, administration, and attitude.
A knowledgeable, involved citizen is always a fire department’s best “customer.” But the responsibility to create this kind of support is up to each of us, not just our department.
We cared when we started this profession. Compassion for others is what drew us into the job. If we truly love the job, we must fight to keep it. We must fight to keep caring.
As additional units began to arrive, the fire conditions worsened. This was noticed from the disposition of the smoke going from light gray to darker brown.