In support of the program the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) developed the Firehero Learning Network, the official online training program that allows the fire service to receive free online training.
The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF), Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors, and Common Voices always stand in support of state efforts that take action to include fire sprinklers in the construction of new homes.
Battalion Chief Bryan Frieders spoke at the National Fallen Firefighters Occupational Cancer in the Fire Service Strategy meeting in Washington, DC January 13-15, 2015.
The Sarbanes award recognizes organizations for their outstanding leadership in advancing health and safety in the fire service.
Kidde will donate 2,000 Worry-Free sealed-battery smoke alarms to fire departments in select cities along Young’s 2015 A.M. World Tour and will contribute $25,000 to support burned firefighters.
The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation is proud to support the first Paradigm Challenge, a competition for 7 to 18 year-olds that generates new ideas to prevent injuries and fatalities from home fires.
A live side-by-side fire and sprinkler burn demonstration will be hosted in the infield FanZone prior to the NASCAR races.
The ongoing efforts to reduce line-of-duty deaths and improve firefighter safety just got a big boost from the federal government.
It’s estimated that suicide is four times more likely to happen in a fire department than a LODD…and it can almost always be prevented.
Denver firefighters opened their doors and their hearts to share painful lessons to help improve firefighter safety across the country and around the world.
Checklists are an integral part of fire service operations. They help reduce the possibility of errors and ensure incidents run smoothly.