Most people don’t like paying taxes. Money taken out of a paycheck isn’t something to get excited about, and it’s one of the driving reasons
As 2019 comes to a close, it can be seen plainly that this past year has enabled us to lay the foundation for a new
As we already know and have covered extensively, insufficient funding has caused firefighters across the country to work longer hours with fewer resources to effectively
In a fire or other emergency, there is one thing that matters almost more than any other, response time. Every other aspect of the job
One of the most critical public policy issues facing the fire service today is the implementation and expansion of residential sprinkler ordinances in the states.
Recently, we covered how new building methods and materials are making structural fires more dangerous. New synthetic building materials and cost-cutting building methods all contribute
Representatives from the Fire and EMS Fund were in attendance October 9 – 11 at the annual FEMSA (Fire and Emergency Manufacturers and Services Association)
Firefighters face countless risks on the job, and new reports are showing that they may be at more risk than ever before as a result