You may think the comfort of an SCBA is subjective, but it's really not. Here are 10 obvious - and not so obvious - ways firefighters should judge the comfort of their SCBA.
Rapid Intervention Team (RIT) concepts have steadily changed over the years. As technology advances in the fire service we must continue to change our RIT operations to coincide with the new equipment and concepts that it brings.
In response to customers' requests for a more automated, simpler way to manage Air-Pak data, Scott Safety announced the launch of its Scott Connect Monitor software solution.
Rarely does a product come along that transforms the way firefighters do their jobs. That's what happened in 2016 when Scott Safety introduced Scott Sight.
3M Scott Safety and The First Responder Center launched a new Cancer Awareness Campaign as part of Scott’s unveiling of its new Air‐Pak™ X3 Pro at Firehouse Expo.
Smart technologies like artificial intelligence, mixed reality or autonomous vehicles are being deployed by first responders in ways hardly imagined even just a decade ago.
Learn more about Scott Safety's position on the issuance of a special permit by the Department of Transportation (DOT) affecting breathing air cylinders.
In the world of ever increasing and changing technology it can often be overwhelming deciding what thermal imaging camera brand an organization may need.
Scott Safety continues its commitment to honoring, educating and protecting first responders by donating $50,000 to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) for upcoming events and cancer awareness activities.
What is needed and surely desired by any firefighter is a simple means of getting clear and concise communications.
Each day the company officer sets the tone at the station whether intentionally or unintentionally. Everyone is influenced by the habits and behaviors of the officer.
The new Scott Sight app allows users to edit, save and share configurations for the in-mask display and is now available on both the Apple and Android app stores.