By Anthony Mangeri
In today's emergency service professions, training and knowledge are required to respond to every type of modern emergency. Learn more about why education is the key to being better prepared in the field.
By Dr. Randall Hanifen
In the economic resurgence, decisions on where to place or relocate fire stations should not be taken lightly. To best serve communities, both budget and personnel requirements must also be considered.
By Robert Hiller
Sometimes even a seemingly innocent question about their work can trigger deep-rooted anxiety and stress for firefighters. Learn how firefighters can educate those around them to avoid discussing difficult calls.
By Michele Ice
When firefighters from the Cobb County Fire and Emergency Services lost one of their own to cardiac arrest, they took steps to ensure it wouldn't happen again. Learn how check-ups, heart scans and prioritizing fitness have made all the difference.
By Rosie Rosati
Asbestos is a toxin linked to cancer and can still be found in many older homes. From 9/11 to Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy, there are lessons to be learned from how asbestos is handled in the aftermath of a disaster.