THE SCENE

A head-to-toe safety blog from the experts at MSA Fire

MSA Cairns® Helmet Buying Guide: Why Cairns is the Right Choice for You

When choosing a Fire or Rescue helmet, it’s important to understand and take into account all of the key features that a helmet should provide. Download the MSA Cairns Fire Helmet Buying Guide to learn more about why Cairns is the right choice for you.

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Safety and Fire Service Accountability Systems

A key element in firefighter safety is accountability. Read this blog post to learn more about accountability, what it means to firefighters, and how LUNAR from MSA can help.

Why Reusable Half-Mask Respirators Are a Good Option for the Fire Service and EMS

Firefighters and EMS personnel are on the front lines of community safety during this pandemic, so you need protective equipment that will help to protect your own health while you do your job. Read this blog post to learn more about reusable half-mask respirators.

How Your Turnout Gear Works

Getting the right turnout gear for your department is critical, but it is just one component of firefighter health and safety. Read this blog article to understand not only the performance of gear and proper donning and doffing techniques, but also the limitations of the gear.

How To Help Improve Firefighter Safety Through Connectivity

Firefighting is an inherently dangerous environment, and maintaining constant communication and awareness is a key element in firefighter safety. Firefighters want to be connected: to each other and to their officers on- and off-site. Read on to learn more about connectivity on the fireground.

New Online Course: Cardiovascular and Chemical Exposure Risk Considerations During Training

The UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute (UL FSRI) has released a new online training course, “Cardiovascular and Chemical Exposure Risk Considerations during Training”. Read this blog article to learn more about the course and how to access.