Capt. Dave Fornell looks at apparatus positioning on the fireground for ladders, engines and speciality units.
Summer is over and cold weather is here and chimney fires are around the corner. One Vermont man has made a product to help fight them.
There are many who work in the fire service industry who change companies and employers while still staying connected with firefighting and emergency services. They're part of the 'Velcro Club.'
John Lewis' American flag is a tribute to those who died on Sept. 11.
Firefighters say the industry hasn’t done enough to educate them about the color changes in black PPE from tan/gold PPE.
I cannot stand to see a woman publicly berate, humiliate, degrade, insult, and dominate her man.
Les Karpluk pulls quotes two books that helps firefighters see the fire service differently.
When you do not schedule the events in your life, you do not control your life. Instead, you are letting life control you.
Les Karpluk looks at five beliefs that people don't really understand when it comes to leadership in the fire service.
The best way to get a feel of the different options and features of custom fire apparatus cabs is to get inside and check them out.
While the rookie firefirefighter may be responsible for getting the cleaning done, the crew should pull together to accomplish tasks as well.
It seems like people are sadly starting to see people of a certain age in the fire service as possessing an absence of wisdom rather than a treasure trove of knowledge to be shared and celebrated.
Ryan Pennington shares three things that every firefighter can do to make a difference for others in the fire department.
Todd LeDuc explains how fire departments can get feedback from their service while they are in the field, especially at medical emergencies.
After a long career in the Canadian Fire Service, Les Karpluk looks back and discusses what the big picture really was.