The smoke we are exposed to needs to be our number one adversary, not the fire.
It is up to us to be vigilant when it comes to keeping ourselves safe.
If you’re a firefighter facing a cancer diagnosis or other serious illness and concerned about financial toxicity and caring for your family, know your full range of options.
Over the course of my career, it’s nearly impossible for me to know exactly how many fires I participated in the suppression of, motor vehicle accident extrications I’ve been involved with.
The fear of failure thrives on partial information, which is all we’ll get until we arrive on scene.
Function and intensity are great, but it’s important for firefighters to consider what functional movements and what intensities are important for their jobs, daily tasks, and goals.
Two firefighters were killed and a third injured when struck by a vehicle.
FCSN’s Keith Tyson examines the increasing rate of cancer in firefighters and offers strategies to reduce firefighters’ exposure to carcinogens.
As the fire service safety culture continues to evolve, some leaders are recognizing that fireground size-up is no longer enough. Chris Naum presents a model of dynamic, ongoing risk assessment he believes will ensure greater firefighter safety.