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UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute in Partnership with NIST and FDNY Launch New Training

The interactive training takes learners through a research timeline of the previous fire dynamics research conducted by NIST and UL, all of the details that went into the tests, test results, and tactical considerations derived from the test results.


Senator Paul S. Sarbanes Fire Service Safety Leadership Award to be Presented to Three Organizations For Outstanding Achievements to Improve Firefighter Health and Safety

The Congressional Fire Services Institute (CFSI) and the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) have selected the Office of the State Fire Commissioner for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and a unique partnership between the Oklahoma Council on Firefighter Training and INTEGRIS Heart Hospital as the co-recipients of the 2014 Senator Paul S. Sarbanes Fire Service Safety Leadership Award.


Texas Fire Chiefs’ Association Receives NFFF Seal of Excellence Award

Chiefs’ efforts created state drive for all fire service personnel to complete the NFFF Courage to be Safe® program The Texas Fire Chiefs’ Association doesn’t …

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Pierce Announces Winner of its Support for the Long Haul Sweepstakes to Benefit the NFFF

Specialist Bossen was presented the grand prize while on duty at Fort Bliss. In a surprise ceremony, she was called to the Fort Bliss Fire Department where three of the department’s Pierce pumpers were driven away to reveal the firefighter inspired Ford F-150 4 x 4 SuperCrew pickup truck.

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NFFF Seal of Excellence Award for Rhode Island Association of Fire Chiefs

When the Rhode Island legislators passed a bill exempting emergency vehicle drivers from wearing seatbelts, the Rhode Island Fire Chiefs Association (RIFCA) stood up for safety.

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Don’t Miss Your Chance to Bring Stress First Aid Training to Your Department

Stress and anxiety in the workplace and in our personal lives are common problem for firefighters and EMS responders — they can be job-killers and destroy our families.

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George Shingleton Performs “Proud” at the 2013 CMA Music Fest

Written in response to the April fire in West, Texas that killed 12 firefighters, Shingleton dedicated the song to the West and Houston firefighters recently killed and injured and the millions who risk their lives every day.

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As Maryland Fire Fatalities Rise, Safety Leaders Urge Families to Replace Older Smoke Alarms and Increase Their Home’s Fire Protection

To address the increase in Maryland residential fire fatalities as compared to the same time last year, a new state law aimed at reducing home fire deaths will require long-life sealed-in battery smoke alarms effective July 1.

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Kidde Joins Local Fire Officials at the CMA Music Festival to Encourage Families to be ‘Safety Super Heroes’

Interactive Exhibit and Concert Highlight the National Be a Hero, Save a HeroSM Pledge & Program to Help Fallen and Injured Firefighters


Charleston 9: The Ultimate Sacrifice

New documentary focuses on the recovery of the Charleston Fire Department after nine firefighters were killed almost six-years-ago

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Wildland Firefighting: Everyone Goes Home

Lessons from the survivors of South Canyon Fire that killed 14 firefighters

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Helping Firefighters Deal with Psychological Stress from Job’s Routine and Extraordinary Events

Research and lessons learned from 9/11 supports alternative to mandatory debriefings