Can you afford to limit the pool of applicants to only those with all of the certifications? Unlike a business degree, firefighting certifications only work in one job and the general public does not go to school to see if they want to be a firefighter, thus the pool is very limited.
Solving the recruitment puzzle: Many volunteer ambulance agencies are having extraordinary trouble trying to staff their ambulances.
Hazardous material responses require a great deal of planning and training, which results in a direct benefit when an actual hazmat event occurs.
A Harvard Medical School doctor trains health workers in Liberia to administer simple health care procedures in places where treatment is hard to come by.
California's school vaccination rate is at its highest level since 2001 after the state required almost all public school children to get immunizations.
OSHA: A collaborative effort is under way to help workers better understand the hazards they face and how to work more safely.
A company is attempting to minimize the damage and destruction homeowners face by strengthening their homes before a hurricane or tornado strikes.
To ensure business continuity, business owners and managers should spend a few hours with local police and fire departments planning how emergency responders should react to an emergency at their business.
As big snowflakes fell high in California's Sierra Nevada on Thursday, surveyors on snowshoes measured the deepest springtime snowpack in years and said it boosted concerns about destructive floods when all that snow melts.