When considering new purchases for your department, it is important to focus your efforts on purchasing solutions to problems, as opposed to a feature rich product that offers no solution to the problems that your department is faced with.
When considering the purchase of new SCBA, it is important to understand the compliance implications of purchasing “refurbished” SCBA from an unauthorized supplier.
Wives, husbands, siblings, grandparents, children, and fellow firefighters from across the country made the trip to Emmitsburg, Maryland for the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend. Read a personal account of this emotional event as seen through the eyes of a 3M Scott employee.
In firefighting, hard skills like rolling a dash or replacing a hose bed are critical for a successful fireground or rescue operation. However, the soft skills, how we approach others, also play a part in these successes, Here’s a look at the six top characteristics, soft and hard, to look for when recruiting volunteer firefighters.
Learn more about the FRC’s goals and initiatives to advance firefighter health and wellness research and resources, and get involved.
Volunteer firefighters don’t always have the cancer-prevention resources as do career firefighters — and guess what, cancer doesn’t care.
Firefighter Combat Challenge founder and president talks about how firefighter fitness and the Challenge have evolved over the past 27 years.
Learn more about the upcoming changes to the NFPA 1981/1982, 2018 Edition standards and when you can expect to see approved SCBA.
Jeff Emery, Global Business Unit Leader for SCBA and Fire Solutions, talks about how the company's mission extends beyond the design and manufacturing of world class safety products.
Consider these important six attributes before you purchase a SCBA communication system for your fire department.
Scott Safety's Snap-Change cylinder connection is an industry first. Here are four features and benefits to know about this technology.
“It was not hard to segue over into creating a sport out of what was essentially an applied research study.”