With growing communities, Fire Departments are being pressured more than ever to maintain high levels of service, yet achieving this with no additional funding — a static budget.
COVID-19 has changed every industry, including Fire Departments. During this global pandemic, we still need our essential emergency services to serve the public. But how do you continue to do so?
During desperate times when municipal budgets are being slashed — service demands are growing like cities — doing more with less has become our new norm during unprecedented times like COVID-19. Fire departments are no different.
On August 4th, the day of the Beirut explosion, 10 brave responders walked into a situation with very little knowledge of the dangers that laid ahead of them, ready to put the wet stuff on the red stuff until it was too late.
All of us watched on December 2, 2016, at approximately 11:20 PM when this horrible fire broke out in a former warehouse converted into an artist collective with living spaces known as Ghost Ship. There isn’t a single city in America that can afford what happened in the City of Oakland California — a $32 million legal settlement.
An Improved ISO Score can have a big impact on your insurance rating and economic risk. Watch this quick video, as Thomas Weber, National Director ISO Community Hazard Mitigation, talks about the challenges you face when pre-planning your fire district.
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