Danko Emergency Equipment has developed what it calls "The Ultimate All-Terrain Wildland Attack Vehicle."
Streamlight Inc., maker of high-performance flashlights used by firefighters and first responders worldwide, has developed two new lights, one with a built-in laser and the other a hands-free, low hazard headlamp.
About 88 percent of the calls the Deerfield Beach Fire Rescue Department, Deerfield City, Fla., make are emergency medical service calls, so all of its engine companies are staffed and equipped for Advanced Life Support operation.
While attending this year's Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend at the National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, Md., I was saddened and frustrated to see family members grieving for loved ones that could have been saved if safety rules had been followed.
Recently, there has been an increasing emphasis on prevention in EMS training materials.
Hummer, a division of General Motors, introduced at Fire Rescue International exhibition in Dallas, a specially-equipped H3 model for first responders and command vehicles.
RELM Wireless Corporation has expanded its digital mobile radio line with a 100-watt version of its highest-specification BK Radio DMH digital and GMH analog mobile units.
Elkhart Brass set the bar a little higher for apparatus valves with the introduction of its new line of 1.5- to 4-inch Unibody Valves.
Fire Rescue International in Dallas was a showcase for new technology and Jadoo Power, Folsom, Calif., added its products to that line-up as well.
Fire-Dex, has been selected as a Cascade Capital Corporation Business Growth Award recipient.