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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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Emergency Services

Differences without division
By The VFIS Team on August 26, 2021

Why diversity, inclusion and representation matter—and how your emergency service organization can make changes that make a difference.

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The Role, Responsibility + Risks of Emergency Service Board Members
By Rick Gurba on July 21, 2021

If you serve a board in any capacity—there are risks. We're breaking down what you should know.

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1 to 5: How many stars would you give your drivers?

How your emergency service organization can implement a comprehensive driving program to achieve 5-star drivers.

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Education

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Religious

Public Entity

You serve all types of citizens—but does your website? Find out.

It’s important to make sure your website is able to serve everyone—or you could find yourself in legal, financial or reputational trouble.

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Emergency Vehicle Rollover Prevention
By Scott Harkins, Risk Control on February 12, 2021

Emergency vehicle rollovers continue to be an all-too-frequent cause of vehicle damage, serious injuries and fatalities.

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6 Tools to Help You Address Roadway Safety

Thorough preplanning, ongoing training and strict adherence of procedures might not be your favorite parts of the job, but they make a difference.

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How one fire department improved their safety efforts—and you can too.
By The VFIS Team on February 8, 2021

Check out the award-winning safety steps one fire department made to help protect their members.

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Tips for Fighting Invisible Threats During EMS Response
By The VFIS Team on December 29, 2020

Let’s talk about one of the most common invisible threats EMS personnel face: pathogens.

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Top Behavioral Health Concerns for Fire Chiefs and EMS Leaders
By The VFIS Team on August 13, 2020

Being exposed to hazards is an inherent part of your job but that doesn’t mean there aren’t consequences.

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Crisis Planning For Emergency Service Organizations
By The VFIS Team on July 9, 2020

You can start to manage a crisis before it ever occurs by proactively creating a plan that outlines how you’ll prepare for, respond to and recover.

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