DuPont Safety & Construction announced its donation as part of its donor partnership with the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF). Through this Innovating to Protect, Donating to Honor campaign, DuPont donated more than $80,000 to the foundation.
To celebrate and support the nearly 70 percent of firefighters who volunteer their service, Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire has announced a partnership with the National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC). A donation of $75,000 will be made by Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire to the NVFC to help support volunteer firefighters nationwide.
This article summarizes findings from a recent study that examined firefighter attitudes, norms, and perceived barriers to field decontamination processes.
Net proceeds from the sale of the ornaments will benefit the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF).
After a fire starts, there's very little time to act. Make sure the people in your community know to update their fire safety procedures to ensure they’re covering their bases.
The Fire Department Safety Officer Association (FDSOA) will introduce a new class on five critical fireground “reads” for chief officers, company officers and incident safety officers at the 2019 Safety Forum, to be held January 20-24 in Orlando, Florida.
Globe and DuPont Protection Solutions (DuPont), in partnership with the National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC), announced two more recipients of the 2018 Globe Gear Giveaway: the Burnettsville (IN) Volunteer Fire Department and the Pattonsburg (MO) Fire and Rescue Protection District.
The Fire Apparatus Manufacturers’ Association (FAMA) awarded its 2018 Phillip L. Turner Fire Protection Scholarship to Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) student Nicholas Brondum.
The Fire Department Safety Officer Association (FDSOA) announced Janine Driver, bestselling author of You Can’t Lie to Me and former lie detection expert for the FBI, CIA, and Scotland Yard, will be the keynote speaker for the 2019 Apparatus Maintenance & Specification Symposium and the 2019 Safety Forum.
On Thursday, October 4th, the leadership of the Congressional Fire Services Caucus presented 103 American flags to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation.