By Randall Hanifen
For today's firefighters and public safety professionals, the guarantee of a good retirement is quickly dwindling. Here are some tips for long-term retirement planning and advice on how to prepare for a career post-retirement.
By Jarrod Sadulski
When police are called into action, the stress can cause a variety of physiological responses like tunnel vision and auditory exclusion. Learn how officers can anticipate and then control these effects so they can maintain high levels of situational awareness.
By Greg Benson
Awareness about the mental health of firefighters is improving, but an unhealthy and outdated firehouse culture is often unintentionally perpetuated by fire leadership. Here's why leaders must address PTSD and trauma in the workforce.
By Tim Hardiman
Police officers must constantly interact with others, but how well do they actually listen? From investigations at work to relationships at home, here are eight ways officers can improve their active listening skills.
By Anthony Mangeri
First responders deal with mentally and emotionally challenging situations on a daily basis. Download this free online magazine to find out how firefighters and EMS personnel can begin to manage stress from their jobs.
By Natasha Amaral
Symptoms of post-traumatic stress are extremely common in corrections. After finding her co-worker attempting suicide, a corrections counselor decided to initiate a suicide prevention program at the PA DOC. Find out more about how the program addresses mental health so corrections staff can get the help they need before it's too late.