Fire Training – Here, you’ll find a video on the “60 Second Drill,” wherein a firefighter puts on his gear in less than a minute.
Chief to Chief Network – Was developed out of a need expressed by chiefs who had lost a firefighter in the line of duty.
Everyone Goes Home – Firefighter life safety initiatives by the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation.
Be a Hero Save a Hero – A community risk reduction program by the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation with the goal of helping tokeep the community and firefighters safe.
Local Assistance State Team (LAST) – The Local Assistance State Team Program is a collaborative effort between the Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance and the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation to assist families and departments who had lost a firefighter in the line of duty. This program trains a team of responders in each state to be deployed immediately upon notification of a line-of-duty death.
Vulnerability Assessment Program – Is an online Vulnerability Assessment Tool that will provide fire departments with a systematic process to evaluate risk and ultimately reduce the threat of firefighter injuries and deaths.
Taking Care of our Own – Fire chiefs and survivors tell us that most fire departments are not prepared for a line-of-duty death. This program provides senior officers specific information and valuable insights.
NFFF Training Opportunities – Offers a variety of training for the fire service including courses on: community risk reduction, firefighter behavioral health, firefighter LODD prevention, and LODD preparedness.
Fire Safety Guidelines – Here are some guidelines on how to respond, prevent, and prepare in the event of fire.
The Center for Campus Fire Safety – The Center for Campus Fire Safety is useful for any students looking to further their education of fire safety as it pertains to the university setting. The forums and conferences held regularly provide a useful base of events for those looking to get further involved.
Fire Science Courses – Find out what it takes to earn a fire science degree.
IFTA – Here is some fire science information from the International Fire Service Training Association.
FFBurn – A great resource for events and support from the Firefighters Burn Institute.
Hospital Fire Marshals Association – Volunteer organization with more than 400 members who are interested in preserving safety and security of everyone walking through the doors of a healthcare or educational facility.