Category: Safety


NFPA releases the world’s first active shooter/hostile event standard with guidance on whole community planning, response, and recovery Timely, critical document was developed with insight from law enforcement, fire, EMS, medical providers, facility managers, private industry, DHS, the CIA, FBI Read more…


Responding to Fentanyl Incidents: First Responder Safety Considerations June 2017  Article provided by Lexipol- Strategic Partner of IAFC-SW Division Written by Sean W. Stumbaugh, Battalion Chief (Retired) The use of mind-altering substances by humans is nothing new. Since the first Read more…


FIREFIGHTER SAFETY IN WARMER WEATHER By Scott Eskwitt As we come into the spring months, it’s a good time to review some Lexipol policies relevant to the changing weather and firefighter safety conditions. The changing weather conditions create special issues Read more…


Chemical Safety Board to Convene September 28, 2016 Public Meeting in Charleston, WV to Release Final Report and Safety Recommendations Resulting from Freedom Industries Investigation Washington, DC, September, 15, 2016 – The U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB) will convene a Read more…


This message brought to you by the ICC. Free resources available on wwww.campus-firewatch.com September 2016 is the twelfth annual National Campus Fire Safety Month. Since the program started in 2005, it has seen a lot of growth with more schools Read more…


When our gear is exposed to the products of combustion it needs to be cleaned each and every time . This includes your helmet. Remember the lining of your helmet has cloth that holds the products of combustion. The front door of Read more…

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