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"OSHA's new rule, effective Feb. 13, 2008, may require some fire & EMS departments to purchase firefighter gloves, SCBA... see more

This is a free book offered by BookBoon. For project managers and engineers involved with hazardous processes, this... see more

Jim Pharr teaches about paper remnants. Paper, ash or remnants of paper in a fire are great clues, although water and... see more

The City of Madison Common Council unanimously passed a new smoke alarm ordinance in March 2009. The ordinance was named... see more

'This Guide was written for Resident Assistants to provide you with some additional information about fire safety that... see more

Traditions Training instructor Danny Doyle (Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire) offers some tips on "tactical nozzle work" for... see more

Flames and heat get quite a bit of attention. Flames showing from a couple of windows are sure to increase a firefighters... see more

One of the largest loss of life fires ever to occur in the U.S. happened in 1908 at the Rhodes Opera House in Boyertown,... see more

This is a short video on why smoke alarms matter and how to keep your smoke alarms working.

Public Service Announcement (PSA) for use of smoke detectors.

US Chemical Safety Board video on static sparks and safety related to flammable liquids and static electricity

The Swedish Rescue Services Agency (SRSA) promotes practice that improves emergency prevention and emergency response,... see more

A shortened version of Dave Dodson's longer seminar and 30 minute video on the same subject.  

This is the emotional story of the Phi Gamma Delta fire at the University of North Carolina that killed Ben and four... see more

'Fire safety is important, regardless of whether students live on-campus, in Greek Housing, or off-campus. This guide... see more

In an earlier study conducted by the Minger Foundation, it was learned that there is a significant gap in providing fire... see more

This article from Discover Magazine in 2001 gives a simple explanation of the Physics involved in flame recognition by ... see more

This video illustrates the dangers of residence hall fires and recommends safety strategies (8 minutes)

Jim Pharr teaches that unusual patterns are often great clues to investigate a fire. In this example, there is a doughnut... see more

Jim Pharr examines what investigators must prove at a fire. Pre-flashover, a firefighter can see items that have no... see more

"The problem is that we have not clearly defined lost, missing, or trapped. We leave it up to each firefighter to define... see more

'Key features of Wildfire Home: ★ Detailed wildland fire incident information from ★ Active fire perimeter... see more

'Key features of Wildfire Info: ★ Detailed wildland fire incident information from ★ Active fire perimeter... see more