Posted by Bryan on 4/28/2013
Fire fighters around the world are encouraged by the International Association of Firefighters to observe Workers Memorial Day.
One of the most challenging and rewarding career paths one can follow is to enter the field of first responders.
The tools, equipment and gear required for fire fighting are as varied and complex as the role of the fire fighter in an ever-changing landscape of emergency response.
Posted by Joe on 3/12/2013
That children learn these invaluable lessons should be a parent's No. 1 priority. Keep your children safe; Read on to discover 3 important fire safety tips to teach your children.
Do you have a plan of action in case of a fire? Are you taking necessary precautions to prevent a fire in our homes?
It has happened to most of us. We decide to try that new recipe we find online or we try to take on the burden of cooking the holiday meal. We step into unfamiliar territory and try to cook using utensils and deep fryers to make foods we cannot even pronounce. But, hey, it sounds pretty easy, right?
Posted by Bryan on 1/29/2013
Annual expenditures of aerial firefighting are in excess of $250 million per year. The cost, however, of this service is inconsequential compared to the good this type of firefighting provides to the public.
Fire safety is something that everyone should
agree is important. Unfortunately, however, it is too often something not many people devote much thought.
It is crucial for parents to focus on fire safety. Every year thousands of preventable fires occur because of household accidents. Here are some fire safety tips for parents.
The best way to fight a fire is to prevent one in the first place. Here are some things to keep in mind while you think about fire safety...