National EMS Week starts on Sunday, May 19. The week was initiated by President Gerald R. Ford as a way of recognizing first responders.
Sadly, school shootings are a major factor in the growing prevalence of distance learning and homeschooling education in the United States.
This week in science history, WHO declared the smallpox virus was globally eradicated on May 8, 1980. It was a huge achievement in global public health.
Now that warm summer weather is here, it is a good time to practice basic skills. These basic skills will be important throughout a firefighter’s career.
The Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES) in Australia has combined first responder and emergency management departments and resources.
Thanks to events like Earth Day, a growing number of organizations are taking steps to reverse the critical ecological losses of the past several decades.
Baltimore Fire Department using overtime to fill nearly one-third of shifts amid daily staffing shortages
The Baltimore City Fire Department is paying overtime to fill nearly a third of its firefighter and medic shifts every day, blowing through its overtime budget.
Incident command vehicles: The overall resources of an organization and its standard operating procedures commonly dictate a vehicle’s design.
Measles was declared eliminated in the U.S. in 2000. However, cases have been rising in recent years, and 2019 is shaping up to be a bad one.