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  Assigning an Agreed Value to Your Emergency Vehicles   Deciding on an appropriate agreed value for each of your emergency vehicles is not an easy task, but it is an important one. Below are some tips you may find useful. But first, let’s briefly review the coverage provided by VFIS’agreed value endorsement (AU1002). READ MORE >>

Preventing Apparatus Roll-Aways   VFIS is interested in helping emergency service organizations (ESOs) prevent apparatus roll-aways. The tools to avoidance are readily available to ESOs, and the cost can be minimal. READ MORE >>

Protect Your Members with High Visibility Traffic Vests As of November 2008, if your fire department, rescue squad, fire police unit or related group is operating on the highway without approved high-visibility garments you have two problems: your members are at increased risk of injury and your organization risks penalties and litigation. READ MORE >>

Lessons Learned -Intersection Accidents - A View from the Inside Safely negotiating intersections is a major obstacle when responding to an emergency. The costs (fatalities, serious injuries, department reputation, poor morale/suffering among the membership and damage to vehicles) resulting from intersection accidents involving emergency vehicles is significant. READ MORE >>

 Nondestructive What? Aerial Device Testing Enhances Safety and Prolongs Device Life   Aerial devices are critically important apparatus to fire departments. An aerial device could be a sectional ladder, an elevated platform or an articulating boom. READ MORE >>

Protecting Your Home from Storm Water Damage A heavy rainstorm has finally stopped. Or maybe a long winter has finally ended, and the deep snows have begun to melt. While good weather may seem like a relief, the potential for  water damage may just be beginning. READ MORE >>

Yard Safety Backyard entertaining has gotten more elaborate in recent years. Fire pits are helping homeowners extend the backyard season, and today’s playsets involve more than a simple set of swings and a slide. READ MORE >>

Summer Home Maintenance Tips For many, there is no better time of the year than summertime to be outside in the yard enjoying the weather and sunshine. Warm temperatures and longer days make the perfect backdrop for picnicking, barbecuing or just enjoying drinks and snacks on the deck or patio. READ MORE >>

Spring checklist: How did your home hold up? Cleaning out gutters should be on your spring to-do list. As the calendar turns to spring, it’s time to assess how your property weathered the winter. This is a good time to make a “to-do” list to prevent property maintenance and liability issues. READ MORE >>

Special events: Know why, what, where and who By Christina Meyer Evaluate the risks as well as the benefits of conducting a special event. From luncheons to extreme sporting events – and everything in between – special events can be excellent ways for nonprofit organizations to raise money and increase visibility. READ MORE >>

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