One of the worst calls an EMS provider can experience is a child drowning.
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Water-related incidents can cover a wide variety of emergency calls. Some fire departments may have a specialized rescue team that handles water responses
Political leaders and municipal stakeholders are under increased pressure to ensure the highest levels of both transparency and stewardship.
Studies have shown that firefighters have a higher risk for multiple types of cancer than the general population.
A few of the functions of truck company operations require ventilation and forcing openings within a structure.
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The art of reading smoke (ARS) is not a one-hour DVD training,
In the past few years there has been an increase in the number of top-floor fires.
Colonel R. P. Mortenson, the director of the Illinois Fire Service Institute (IFSI), University of Illinois- Urbana/Champaign, will present
In this new Training Minutes video, Paul Dansbach discusses
A common call for an engine company emergency medical services (EMS) crew