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Subject: FFs grant dying man's wish; Video: FFs extricate pinned trucker
Date: Wed Jun 18 20:17:19 MDT 2014
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FR1 Member Newsletter
How to eliminate LODDs in fire service training
Video training: Safer ways to advance hose
June 18, 2014
Featured News
Charleston honors 9 Sofa Super Store FFs FFs, EMTs grant dying hospice patient's wish Video: FFs extricate driver pinned in crushed truck
Today's Top Stories:
Mo. board: Reinstate FFs suspended over campaign photo: Should be given back pay, have incident removed from personnel file
FDNY commish hires first female executive officer: Elizabeth Cascio has more than 30 years of EMS experience
Reno judge delays ruling on firefighter layoffs: FFs say city violated law that allows layoffs only through lack of work or funds
Feds: Ga. firefighters tipped off drug dealers
Maine firefighter dies while scuba diving
Off-duty firefighter goes missing while camping in Calif.
7-year-old dies saving siblings from Md. house fire
Off-duty dispatcher saves 2 as fire engulfs home
Photo: Firefighter catches home run ball while holding son
FR1 Exclusive
How to eliminate LODDs in fire service training
By Sarah Calams, FR1 Staff
A line-of-duty death can occur in any department. The Baltimore Fire Department lost a firefighter recruit during a live burn training exercise in 2007 and what they learned can help other departments avoid the same fate. Have a clear purpose
Free Guide: How to Maintain Turnout Gear & Reduce Cancer-Risk
What is the best way to maintain your Turnout Gear? How do you get rid of contaminants and reduce cancer risk? When should Turnout Gear be retired? FireRescue1 and Globe Turnout Gear bring you this free resource.
Fireground Flash Tips
Safer ways to advance hose
 Jason Hoevelmann looks at how crawling on all fours can be dangerous and detrimental when advancing hose line — and he shows you better methods. Watch the video

Take Emergency Lifting to Another Level
RESQTEC’s NT bags have no limitations, making lifting easy, safe and fast. They are light weight, offer high capacity, can be rapidly deployed and can prevent a floating load.
FR1 Video
Do firefighters float or sink?
Testing the myth that a firefighter will actually float in water despite the additional weight of full turnout gear and SCBA.
Bozo the fire dog participates in firefighting missions
The video is dated July 6, 1931 and was well before OSHA and PETA and fire dogs were allowed to do so much more.
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FR1 Exclusive
4 phases of leadership growth
By Douglas Cline, FR1 Columnist
Being a leader is like being an investor: the experience, knowledge and wisdom gained today will accrue and compound over time. The ability to lead is a development and collection of skills. Most every one of these skills can be learned, sharpened and honed.
Aazel Corporation Continues to Grow
Aazel provides world class firefighting tools. Aazel supplies only superior quality designs, making the job safer and easier for firefighters in the field. Aazel has recently changed ownership, and the new owners intend to build on that reputation by expanding its fire tool line with new, unique tools.
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