- Congressional Record – December 11, 2019
CONGRATULATING JUDGE GOGLAS ON HIS ELECTION AS THE NEW EASTERN DIRECTOR OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT SAFETY OFFICERS ASSOCIATION (FDSOA) HON. PETER T. KING OF NEW YORK IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Mr. KING of New York. Madam Speaker, I rise today to congratulate one of my constituents, Judge Phil Goglas, an ex-captain of ...
- Station Design Trends Addressing Health, Safety
Submissions for the 2019 Station Design Awards make it clear that fire chiefs and risk managers are responding to concerns about firefighter health and safety.
Janet A. Wilmoth
September 23, 2019
FIREHOUSE Home Stations Station Design Trends Addressing Health, Safety
It’s not your father’s fire station anymore. No more sitting in ...
- FEMA Fire Academy – R0154 Safety Program Operations course
Calling all company-level officers, chief officers, and supervisors who have department-level health and safety responsibilities (such as program planning and implementation) and who may serve as an Incident Safety Officer or department Health and Safety Officer. The National Fire Academy has three six day offerings
September 22-27, 2019, October 20-25, 2019, and October 27- November 1, 2019, ...
- Everyone Goes Home® Speak Up – Rich Marinucci, Executive Director, Fire Department Safety Officers Association
Chief Rich Marinucci, Executive Director of the FDSOA, speaks on the importance of on-scene incident safety officers and health & safety officers who manage wellness programs in in their departments. He identifies three mindsets of firefighters – complacency, competence and cockiness — which need to be countered by on-scene and management safety officers to promote ...
- Clean Cab Concept is Alive and Well
Clean Cab Concept is Alive and Well
Health concerns about contaminated gear are driving the movement.
August 1, 2019
The Clean Cab Concept is a moving target that frequently ends up being a slippery slope for all involved. We all know that firefighting is obviously a dangerous career. More recently, firefighter cancer prevention ...
- Active Shooter Resources (The Secret List)
Everyday a training day…especially these days:
Here is the IAFC Active Shooter Toolkit for Fire Chiefs to prepare, respond, recover from active shooter & associated incidents:
This is the US Fire Administration Active Shooter Preparation & Response Guide:
Consider these along with your coordinated policy with local law enforcement.
Take Care. Be Careful. Pass It On.
The Secret List 8-5-2019-0745 ...
- FDSOA Celebrates 30th Anniversary
FDSOA Celebrates 30th Anniversary
The Fire Department Safety Officers Association will celebrate its 30th anniversary January 12-16, 2020, in Scottsdale, AZ.
“The FDSOA Board of Directors is very excited to be celebrating our 30th year anniversary of the FDSOA and with our new logo commemorating this milestone,” said Eric Valliere, chairman, FDSOA.
“This is also a significant time ...
- Don’t be caught off-guard when you encounter your first “self-driving” or “driverless” vehicle.
Jack Sullivan, Instructor, Safety Consultant: Don’t be caught off-guard when you encounter your first “self-driving” or “driverless” vehicle. Know what to expect and what to watch out for. Take Autonomous Vehicles from the Responder Safety Learning Network today. The program is free and takes less than 30 minutes.
- Fire Apparatus Emergency Lighting Study Report
With the change in emergency vehicle lighting to LEDs, there are increasing concerns about the increasing intensity and the risks to emergency responders caused by blinding and distracting effects on drivers and others in the area. This report details the history of how the current fire apparatus lighting standards were developed, summarizes the last 20 ...
- NFPA’s annual U.S. Firefighter Fatalities report shows 64 on-duty deaths in 2018, continuing five-year trend of fewer than 70 deaths per year
June 19, 2019 – The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) released its annual “U.S. Firefighter Fatalities in the United States” report, which showed a total of 64 U.S. firefighter fatalities while on duty in 2018. This is the eighth time in the last 10 years that fewer than 70 on-duty deaths have occurred; the death ...