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Issue 32.3 | Winter 2018

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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Recent & Popular CFJ Articles

Social Media Outreach Becomes Christmas Miracle

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The Truth About Cancer Hazards and Turnout Gear

Awareness of cancer clusters among firefighters h... More >>

9/11 Established Officially as “First Responder Day” in North Carolina.

RALEIGH – During the 2017 Legislative Session, th... More >>

Lessons Learned: A Personal View

In a follow up to my article in a previous editio... More >>

The Importance of Spousal Support and Understanding

Through my time of using alcohol as a coping tool... More >>

Minimizing Cancer Risk Through Station Design

(This is part one of a two part series.) S... More >>

Who is There for You During Community Tragedies?

Twenty firefighters sat together in the cavernous... More >>

Does Your Agency TRULY Benefit the Continuum of Care?

It should be no secret to any of us that change i... More >>

Peer Support Will it Work for Your Organization?

First off, let me preface this article to say I b... More >>

The Active Shooter Threat: Equipment Considerations

The threat of active shooters and active assailan... More >>

The Active Shooter Threat: Command and Control Considerations

In 2016 the Federal Bureau of Investigation state... More >>

Christmas at the Library Celebration

One look at the 40-foot cross on the front of the... More >>

There’s No Place Like Foam

When it comes to hazardous materials, the one cla... More >>

Minimizing Cancer Risk Through Station Design

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After the Explosion What Injuries Will You Encounter?

As we learn about trauma medicine, the topic of b... More >>

Engaging Future Leaders

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EMS Have Best Opportunity to Detect Signs of Child Abuse

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Back Pain and How to Prevent It

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