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A discussion on the core values of the fire service, and training on ethics, excellence, and leadership.
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The first thing you have to get in your mind, is you want to learn more than just what they are teaching you at the fire department.
Genuine people are held in high regard, because they are able to connect with others on a personal and professional level.
USAA and NFPA announced that USAA policyholders living in recognized Firewise USA® sites in Idaho, Montana, Washington, and Wyoming will receive discounts on their homeowners insurance premiums.
As firefighters and EMS personnel, there are certain values that we hold near and dear. Joining the ranks brings with it more than just a profession, we are now part of the fire department family. The pride that comes with such belonging goes back to the early days of the fire service, where our brothers and sisters worked tirelessly to […]
Stephen Marsar defines core values and attitudes, and how they shape our perceptions and behavior. He also discusses the important role company officers play in shaping their department’s perception and attitude toward change, such as new rules.
Chief Jeff Johnson explains that, unlike the retail world, our customers don’t get to choose which fire department serves them and, therefore, we must treat everyone we serve with empathy, compassion and a service-oriented attitude.
ImageTrend, Inc. introduces Preset Values, a new feature in Elite that provides crews with new workflows to reduce the number of repetitive clicks and time spent documenting common scenarios.
Officials were initially against the Coolspring Township Fire Department installing a Safe Haven Baby Box.