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Wednesday, September 2, 2020"As if their jobs aren't dangerous enough"
How many of your crew members have undergone a full-body check for skin cancer? The reality is that every one of them should regularly have this done.
Dr. Jennifer Vickers of Sanova Dermatology said, “As if their jobs aren’t dangerous enoug... READ MORE >>
Wednesday, January 1, 20204 ways your fire department can fight back against cancer Once a silent killer, the risks of cancer to firefighters are no longer in the dark. As a part of the fire service community, you've likely seen the damage, destruction and devastation this disease can cause. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, May 8, 2019We found this excellent article via FireEngineering.com on having the courage to clean your turnout gear and helmet even though the rest of the firehouse may not be doing so. It is an excellent reminder of taking responsibility, being a leader, and being proactive in avoiding dangerous exposures to your health and family. READ MORE >>
Monday, May 23, 2016"Firefighters risk their lives and health every time they answer the bell. And it's not just smoke and flames they have to worry about, but dangerous fumes and toxins, in some cases known carcinogens..." (*) What topics come up at the Annual National Fire and Emergency Services Symposium each year? READ MORE >>