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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Firefighter Safety

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Why fire safety officers need education, training
Fire chief debate: Book smarts vs street smarts
Does formal education or job experience hold more sway when it comes to firefighter safety?
5 ways officers can keep firefighters safer
Company officers have a great deal of influence over their firefighters' behaviors and safety
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Firefighting gear: Is it time for large changes?
By Jeffrey & Grace Stull, FR1 Columnists
Here's a hard look at the barriers prohibiting meaningful PPE innovation.
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Firefighter CRM can reduce injuries and deaths
By Sara Jahnke, FR1 Columnist
Here are eight steps to making "one for all and all for one" improvements to health and safety.
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Leaked fire department injury report called incomplete, political
Ore. fire depts. want body cameras for protection
Conn. firefighters get lesson on solar panel safety
Utah fire chief put on leave for reporting dept. safety concerns
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Reality Training: Dangerous roof ops
Firefighter talks fireworks safety after losing eye
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