Incident Rehab

The Incident Rehab product category is a collection of information, product listings and resources for researching various firefighter rehabilitation and wellness resources, including rehab, hydration, firefighter cooling and cardiac monitoring equipment options.
Water Cans
Incident Rehab

Anheuser-Busch Expands Emergency Drinking Water Program

The Anheuser-Busch Company is donating one million cans of water to support volunteer firefighters.
Nashville Fire Department
Firehouse and Endeavor Business Media made a $20,000 donation to the Nashville Fire Buffs Box 55 organization.
Incident Rehab

Firehouse Makes $20,000 Donation to Nashville Box 55 Organization

Aug. 9, 2018
The donation from Firehouse will help the Nashville Fire Buffs Box 55 organization provide rehab and on-scene support for Nashville first responders.
Since being placed in service, the department’s new incident support unit has already proven to be an asset for the entire region.

Is an Incident Support Unit Right for Your Department?

June 13, 2018
Chief Tony Nielsen reviews his department's experience purchasing a new incident support unit.
Each pallet contains 60 boxes of water and weighs 1,465 pounds.
Incident Rehab

W.S. Darley Helps Puerto Rico by Providing Drinking Water

Oct. 10, 2017
W.S. Darley & Company is working with the American Red Cross to provide safe water to those in need in Puerto Rico.
Outside vent firefighters had the highest neck exposure, most likely from inconsistent use of hoods. However, attack and search firefighters had the highest maximum levels of exposure on the neck.
Turnout Gear

Cleaning and Decon Considerations after the Fire

Sept. 1, 2017
Research reviews cleaning and decontamination after fire incidents related to PPE and skin contamination, gross decon, hood laundering and PPE-off-gassing.