Memorial Day is a holiday that proves to be an important time for emergency managers to discuss public safety issues with the public to keep them safe.
A daunting plume of blackened ash, like the one that soared more than two miles above Kilauea on Tuesday, hasn't been seen over the nation's most active volcano in nearly a century.
There is a strong need for emergency education and training to be high on the list of how to ensure at-risk residents heed evacuation warnings.
Free active shooter training programs like the one offered by Fire Rescue 1 are an important resource for public safety departments.
On April 18-19, 2018, the Congressional Fire Service Institute held its 30th Annual National Fire and Emergency Services Symposium and Dinner.
Having related experience and a training background is key to teaching. A company officer requires experience and training before becoming an educator.
Lawmakers are faced with particularly complicated decisions as they work to create policies to end active shooter incidents.
EMS on the Hill: EMTs and paramedics come together to meet with Members of Congress and their staff about issues affecting Emergency Medical Services.
The school resource officer who responded inside of 60 seconds and fired off a shot at the attacker was praised as a hero.