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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Fire Rescue 1

November 15, 2016|View as webpage
Dear FireRescue1 Subscriber,
In this month's FireRescue1 Safety eNews, our experts discuss the importance of PPE, mayday calls and firefighter health and wellness.

Jeffrey and Grace Stull provide an update on how much contamination remains in PPE after cleaning.

Charles Bailey discusses the importance of effectively handling a mayday call, and Walker S.C. Poston breaks down the data of obesity in firefighters. 
รข€” FireRescue1 Team
FEATURED ARTICLE
Update: Firefighter PPE cleaning initiative
2 ways to check firefighter gear cleanliness tested 
New research: How clean is firefighter gear? 
How Your Turnout Gear Works
Knowing how and why turnout gear performs the way it does will not only help you select better gear, it may save your life.

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SAFETY EXCLUSIVE
2 firefighter maydays and Jupiter's gravity
By Charles Bailey, FR1 Columnist
Commanding and running a real mayday happens at a speed and force that instruction cannot replicate.
Earth to firefighters 
SAFETY EXCLUSIVE
Severely obese firefighters: What the data says
By Walker S.C. Poston, et al., FR1 Contributor
When researchers studied severely obese firefighters and its effect on their health and safety, the results were alarming.
Reading the data 
SAFETY NEWS
4 Conn. firefighters injured during fire
Injured Del. firefighter released from hospital
Woman faces arson charge in blaze that hurt Toronto firefighter
Ore. firefighters threatened during fire call, police standoff
More Safety News 
SAFETY VIDEOS
Reality Training: Rolling vehicle fires
Live demo: How sprinkler systems can save lives during a fire
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