Day (IFFD) is held on 4 May each year to honour the role firefighters
have in protecting and serving their communities.
were part of a Worcester County delegation that offered relief after Hurricane Sandy.
Armando Hogan of the Stentorians, an association of African-American firefighters
Eager to do what they could to help hurricane and flood victims, many of the firefighters
gave voice to their disgust and frustration.
EDM Publishers (Duxbury, MA) has begun the publication of three new newsletter titles, including 'Volunteer Firefighter
Law Bulletin,' 'Arson Investigations Law Bulletin' and 'Fire Damage Assessment Law Bulletin.
In both states, hundreds of firefighters
also helped turn out voters and post signs.
Three weeks after the disaster, scientists from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in collaboration with the New York City Fire Department Bureau of Health Services, collected blood and urine samples from 370 firefighters
working at the WTC site.
will remember Storm King as one of the most tragic fires of the 1994 fire season, which lasts from May to November.
To help identify potential job change areas, the DOT code for Firefighter
In a first for Rhode Island, firefighters
in Little Compton, Tiverton, Portsmouth, Middletown, and Jamestown are being offered free screening for bladder cancer in a voluntary program paid for and sponsored by their local state representatives.
8, 2011, firefighters
responded to a fire at 49 Arlington St.
Today, about 11percent of the department's 3,600 uniformed firefighters
are African-American, said Armando Hogan, president of the Stentorians, the department's black firefighters
Among the firefighters
who arrived at the scene of the blaze was Gerald Norgren, a resident of suburban Melvindale.
ANSUL and Scott Health & Safety, divisions of Tyco Fire and Security, announced today that they will be the signature sponsors for the National Remembrance Tribute Reception during the National Fallen Firefighters
Foundation's 25th Annual Memorial Weekend being held October 6-8 in Emmitsburg, MD.
The two women shared a long embrace in acknowledgment of their shared loss and pain, as well as appreciation for the work of both firefighters