Fire & Emergency Service
By Glynn Cosker
A devastating crash that left seven motorcyclists dead is drawing attention to New Hampshire's lack of helmet regulations. However, learn why helmet use in the state is unlikely to become mandatory anytime soon.
By Liam O'Brien
During an emergency response, the influx of raw location-based data can be overwhelming. Find out how operational dashboards can provide a visual presentation of data to help emergency managers make more informed decisions and create comprehensive strategies during a crisis.
By Brad Bouchillon
Getting promoted to company officer is a great honor and responsibility, but firefighters need to know that there is more to the role than decision-making and a pay raise. In their leadership position, it is essential that company officers are dedicated to counseling others and being a confidant to fellow firefighters.
By Kevin Kupietz
The future of the fire service depends on the ability of leaders to understand what is causing the volunteer deficit so they can improve recruitment and retention. Learn about how leaders can appeal to more potential recruits and better support their current volunteers.
By Lieutenant Robert Hiller
When a shoulder injury left firefighter Robert Hiller recovering at home, the change of pace resulted in a gradual decline in his mental health. Read about the increasingly worrying red flags he ignored before finally deciding to seek professional help.