Our Public Safety Group team was thrilled to attend Oman Fire Safety and Security Expo 2018!
Last week, our Public Safety Group team was thrilled to attend EMS World Américas 2018! We thoroughly enjoyed seeing many new and familiar faces in Querétaro, Mexico.
Fundamentals of Fire Fighter Skills, Fourth Edition helps to prepare your fire fighters for their roles in the initial ICS structure on the fireground.
Traditionally, it was thought that attacking the fire from the outside may push the fire through other parts of the building. The result was fire fighters entering a burning building — often with low visability and little idea of where the fire is located — to make an offensive operation...
Cancer is now considered to be the leading cause of death among fire fighters due to the prevalence of synthetic material, which increases the toxicity of today's fires.
This week, our Public Safety Group team was thrilled to attend EMS Asia 2018, organized by the Asian Association for Emergency Medical Services (AAEMS)! We thoroughly enjoyed seeing many new and familiar faces in Davao City, Philippines.
Our Public Safety Group team exhibited at EMS World Expo in Las Vegas, NV on October 18-20, 2017. Booth 1719 was bustling all week and we enjoyed seeing many new and familiar faces! There was a lot of excitement surrounding the release of the personalized EMS continuing education solution, Recert, and many people stopped by to demo the all-new PEPP, Revised Third Edition Renewal Course (ALS Version and BLS Version).
A North Carolina fire fighter has developed an app for Google Glass that he hopes will enable first responders to save time during an emergency. As a "Google Explorer," Patrick Jackson is a member of Google's Glass Explorer Program, which allows him to test the wearable technology before it goes to market. Right now, his app is geared towards assisting fire fighters in the field by displaying important information hands-free at the fire fighter's command. Relevant and timely information may include: dispatch data, location of emergency, nearest fire hydrants, etc.