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2025 FDSOA Conference

Tradewinds Island Grand Resort

Coming January 13th thru 16th 2025

The 2024 FDSOA  Health & Safety, and the Apparatus Conferences were a huge success!! Be sure to mark your calendars for next years conferences!  If any speakers provided their presentations to share - they will be provided on each conference page - click below ...

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Billy Moon Foundation

EVT OF THE YEAR - David Rupert


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Is on sabbatical.  Preparing to come back with a new look and a new attitude.

Stay tuned for updates on upcoming wellness tips resources and articles to help you live your healthiest life. In the meantime, don’t forget to take care of yourself and prioritize your well-being. Remember, self-care is not selfish – it’s essential. Stay healthy and happy! 


      Safety Stand Down Bulletin

      For those planning ahead: 2025 Safety Stand Down dates: TBD

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      Reporting Struck-by Incidents
      The Emergency Responder Safety Institute has launched a new nationwide database to collect detailed information about incidents on the roadway where emergency responders or their equipment were struck by a vehicle while operating at a scene

      Members Resource - FDSOA Document Library

      Click here for an introduction
      and how to video!!


      View the proposed rule here:
      Webinar PowerPoint Slides: OSHA 1910.156 webinar slides 1-31-2024 OTIEC R1
      Consensus Standards: Consensus standards in proposed 1910.156 as of 1-31-24

      OSHA has published its new proposed 1910.156 Emergency Response rule. The proposed rule modernizes and replaces OSHA’s existing 1910.156 Fire Brigades standard, expanding it to include fire/rescue, Emergency Medical Services, and technical rescue. It will affect both workers with primary duties and those with collateral duties (workplace emergency response teams). Over two dozen consensus standards are being incorporated into the proposed rule. From new firefighting and PPE requirements, to EMS, to technical search and rescue, this rule change dramatically affects emergency response operations for private employers — and for municipal emergency services in states with state OSHA plans.

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