ConocoPhillips is the second largest refiner and the third largest integrated energy company in the United States, and it prides itself on its safe operations and preparedness activities for potential emergency response situations.
When looking to introduce CAFS into a department's operations, buying new isn't the only option.
Fire Authority, a new brand of apparel and accessories for firefighters and emergency medical technicians, has been created by Galls, Inc., a subsidiary of ARAMARK Company.
When it comes to the topic of mid-mount aerials versus rear-mount aerials, I want to be right up front and say I prefer a rear-mount.
FirePrograms announced the release of its Mobility Solution, a mobile software interface designed for in-the-field use with tablet computers and laptops running Windows operating systems.
One challenge when implementing Compressed Air Foam Systems (CAFS) into fire operations is choosing the most appropriate nozzle to enhance fireground foam applications.
The Oklahoma Department of Homeland Security has taken delivery on eight Foster ARU-320T technical rescue trailers for disaster management.
Thirty years ago, Mark Cummins saw the potential for a new firefighting technology - one that added a foaming agent and compressed air to the water in the hoseline.
Pierce Manufacturing, a leading maker of fire apparatus, has received the 2006 Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award.
Which is better, mid-mounts or rear-mount aerials, has been the topic of almost as many debates as what caused the great Chicago Fire of 1871.