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Drones Are Here Drones have entered into our culture at an alarming pace. AFA regulations pertaining to the use of drones have been implemented in the last few years. Media and marketing firms are using drones for every day operations. READ MORE >>

Critical Illness Coverage for Firefighters   FOCUS: Each year, about 735,000 Americans have a heart attack and 800,000 have a stroke, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Meanwhile, approximately 40% will be diagnosed with cancer at some point during their lifetimes, according to the National Cancer Institute. READ MORE >>

Holiday Hours! We would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation for your business and friendship. May the Joy of the season be with you and yours. Sending our warm wishes for a safe and Merry Christmas & a prosperous New Year. Thank you for your continued loyalty! READ MORE >>

What does "VFIS" stand for in VFIS of North Carolina?  The "VFIS" acronym started being widely used in 1971 when the new logo incorporated the policy program initials - "Volunteer Firemen's Insurance Services."  READ MORE >>

We are excited to have received the Independent Insurance Agents of North Carolina’s Education Foundation Scholarship for 2017. Chairman Bill Vogedes III presenting Scholarship to Sherry Marshall - September 25, 2017 IIANC 120th Annual Convention at Myrtle Beach       READ MORE >>

By Mike Baker, Director of VFIS Risk Control Frigid temperatures, heavy snow, icy roads, strong winds, flooding and more can make winter particularly dangerous. Make sure your emergency service organization (ESO) is prepared for hazardous weather by checking your station for the following items:  READ MORE >>

House fires will kill about 3,000 Americans this year. Surprisingly, more than a third of the victims will have at least one working smoke detector in their home or apartment. Ever wonder about the durability of your smoke detector?  Jackie Ireland picked up a nice picture of this alarm from the Fairfield Volunteer Fire Department - READ MORE >>

A View from the Inside Not another SOP. Why do we need those? Standard of Operating Guidelines (SOGs) are not something new in the emergency services industry, but they play a critical role in tracking changes in training or procedures and assuring that responders understand what is expected of them. READ MORE >>

"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 >>

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