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    Education

    Your passion is our purpose. We’d be honored to help you keep your school safe along the journey of making a difference in the lives of others.

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    Emergency Services

    As many of our staff are fellow first responders, we live, respect and protect the emergency services community. We’ve suited up to help protect you from the risks you face during your mission to save lives.

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  • Healthcare

    Healthcare

    We care for the caregivers. Together, we can help keep your facility, patients and residents out of harm’s way.

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  • Public Entities

    Public Entity

    Feeling risky? You don’t have to. We’re here to help you protect your municipality, water district or other public entity from the risks it faces.

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  • Religious

    Religious

    We want to help empower your passion and inspire others. Find out how to keep your religious organization a safe and welcoming place for all.

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Welcome to the Passion Project!

We see you. Out there, every day, pursuing your dreams and making strides in your industry. The Passion Project Blog is designed to celebrate people just like you—and to create an encouraging, inspiring place for you to find everything you need to pursue your professional passions more successfully and safely. We hope you’ll get lost in our stories, find value in our tips and put our strategies to good use. We’ve broken things down by industry so you can focus on what matters most to you.
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Education

Is your school secured against cyber threats?

There may not be a one-size-fits-all solution to preventing a cyberattack, but there are plenty of best practices that can help reduce your school's risk.

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Business

Religious

Is your church the perfect victim for cybercrime?
By Lindsey Elias, Marketing on October 3, 2022

Is your church the perfect victim for cybercriminals? They think so, and they're predicted to cost us $11.5 trillion in 2023. Get better protected now.

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Emergency Services

Intersection Safety During Emergency Response
By The VFIS Team on June 7, 2022

Why written training, policies and procedures are so important for intersections—and how to develop effective guidelines to help your emergency service organization address this risk.

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Emergency Services

Severe Weather Resources for Emergency Service Organizations
By The VFIS Team on June 6, 2022

These storms can bring a variety of risks, and when you’re expected to continue to answer and respond to 911 calls during them—the tensions can be high.

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Emergency Services

13 Steps to help reduce firefighter cancer risks
By The VFIS Team on June 3, 2022

While the risks are undeniably scary, there are policies and procedures you can implement today to help address cancer within your fire department.

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Public Entity

Is your municipality and its critical sectors secured against cyber threats?

While there is no one-size-fits-all solution to preventing a cyberattack, there are plenty of strategies you can put in place to help minimize your risk.

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Healthcare

Documentation Done Right: 7 Questions to Ask that Can Help Improve Quality of Care

Accurate, thorough and timely documentation provides clear communication and a record of actions taken within the care plan.

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Religious

4 Ways to Help Prevent Pastoral Burnout: Advice from Clergy Members on Self-Care

It may seem counter-intuitive, but learning how to care for your own needs helps you to better support others by avoiding pastoral burnout.

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Emergency Services

­­Houston…Our Policy is the Problem.

Why policies, procedures & guidelines exist in emergency services—and how to make sure yours are being followed.

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Emergency Services

3 Heart Healthy Tips for Firefighters and Paramedics

While the statistics are scary, the good news is that there are things we can all do to better understand the risks and help improve our heart health.

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