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Avondale Fire-Rescue experience with John Murphy was exceptional. His information was timely, and the role plays provide each participant an opportunity to test what they have learned in a real and practical way.
Fire Chief Ron Deadman, Avondale Fire-Rescue
Many conversations about women in the fire service center around issues of ill-fitting PPE, lack of facilities, sexual harassment, and negative opinions about women and firefighting. This webinar will bring together several male chiefs, career and volunteer, to discuss their experiences and perspectives regarding the benefits of women serving in emergency services. The chiefs will offer a few "promising practices" related to recruiting and retaining female responders.
Follow the links below to download notes, materials and a recording of the Benefits of Women: Perspectives from Male Fire Service Leaders Webinar.
Reach-out and engage a new generation of volunteer firefighters and emergency responders!
Now you can cost-effectively increase the reach, impact, and most important the results of your recruitment campaign by integrating the FREE Why I Chose Fire: Next Generation video for volunteer fire and emergency services. Learn more
The FREE online program teaches fire and emergency services personnel how to effectively engage their multicultural communities in sustainable, cost-effective prevention partnerships that bring free resources and increased commitment from the community. Learn more..
October is Disability Employment Awareness Month
In 1945, in an effort to assist disabled veterans, Congress designated the first week of October as National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week.
The efforts of disability activists led to significant changes in laws, such as the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990 and the designation of a full month to recognize the potential of America’s millions of working-age people with disabilities. View Calendar