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Hearts and sirens: Preventing emotional overload

The personality profile of the emergency service worker is one that is action-oriented tainted with the concept of control. It is not hard to figure out what drives the average emergency service work... Read More...

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The golden rule

Our essential mission and number one priority is to deliver the best possible service to our customers —or is it? Do we only show up when someone calls 911? If this is the case, I maintain you are... Read More...

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Build Now, but proceed carefully!

The recent economic downturn (or disaster, depending on your point of view) has resulted in some of the best construction prices in years. Construction bids for stations are anywhere from 25 to 40 pe... Read More...

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Guatemala Mission Bound 2009

For several years now I have gone to the Appalachian mountains with a group from my church on an ASP project to do repairs and construction on houses of those less fortunate. These folks could not ot... Read More...

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Issue 31.3 | Winter 2017

Keeping First Responders Safe
Ideas to improve safety on the job, leadership, serving our community and keeping the desire to serve others...
 



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