Many articles have been written about the differences in each of the three current generations serving in the fire service: Boomers, Gen Xers, and Millenials. While some from the Greatest Generation continue to serve, soon enough the next generation, Gen Z, will enter our workforce. It is helpful to
The ISFSI Executive Board connected on Wednesday afternoon to hold a healthy conversation regarding how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected your organizations training.
Everyone in the country is preoccupied with issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Firefighters,EMTs and other emergency personnel are concerned about their potential exposure to the virus as theygo about providing essential emergency services for the citizens in their service area. Each day bring
Firefighter safety and competency is predicated on many important factors—proper equipment, relevant resources, proper staffing levels, cognitive acquisition, and sufficient psychomotor/hands on training to master the abundance of task level skills firefighters are required to perform for successful
Firefighter training is conducted a lot of different ways, depending on where you serve and who’s coordinating your training. It can also vary widely depending on whether you are participating in company-level training, multi-company training, or attending a local, regional, state or national confer