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Congress Acts to Address Cancer in the Fire Service

Congress Acts to Address Cancer in the Fire Service

Cancer in the fire service is commanding national attention, and for good reason.  Various studies – including the NIOSH Firefighter Study (2013), Nordic Firefighter Study (2014) and Australian Firefighter Study (2014) – have concluded that firefighters are more exposed to certain types of cancer th

ISFSI Member Spotlight: Jason Powell

ISFSI Member Spotlight: Jason Powell

I am forty-four years old, and I have been in the fire service since I was eighteen years old where I started as a volunteer firefighter in Roan Mountain, TN; however, my fire service career began working as part-time as a dispatcher for fire, police, and EMS as well as a part-time EMT. I have been

Alan Brunacini Lifelong Learner Scholarship

Alan Brunacini Lifelong Learner Scholarship

The ISFSI is proud to announce the Alan Brunacini Lifelong Learner Scholarship for the 2018 ISFSI Fall Instructor Development Conference. Chief Brunacini joined ISFSI in 1979 and while his instructional techniques took the fire service by storm, his commitment to being a lifelong learner was equally

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