Christmas trees are a beautiful way to celebrate the holiday season. However, they pose risks to your organization. Check out these 5 Christmas tree fire safety tips.Continue Reading
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What is the New York State Volunteer Firefighter Enhanced Cancer Disability Law? Will it require your facility to provide cancer insurance coverage for members? We've broken down the...Continue Reading
Need winter maintenance tips? It's important for fire departments and ambulance centers to prepare their buildings for winter weather to help protect their equipment and members. There are...Continue Reading
Have you ever reached for the heat, only to realize it isn't functioning? With winter weather on the way, you do not want to deal with a broken climate control system or frozen pipes. Help...Continue Reading
The use of solar panels is increasing across the nation, and it is important for municipal workers and public entities to be aware of the unique risks they provide. Understanding the keys...Continue Reading
Expect the unexpected. There are ways to train your staff to strategically protect themselves and your residents from an active shooter.Continue Reading
Prepare the employees within your municipality to be prepared to strategically react to an active shooter situation. Learn the five stages of safe response today.Continue Reading
Active shooter situations can happen unexpectedly and end before your crew arrives. Train your community on the best ways to keep themselves safe until you can help them.Continue Reading