MSA + O2X EAT SWEAT THRIVE Workshop – 2022 Application Period Now Open!
MSA and O2X are excited to announce another EAT SWEAT THRIVE workshop giveaway! Read the blog to learn more and enter for your chance to win.
MSA + O2X Workshop at Miami Dade Fire Rescue – Watch the Video!
In December 2020, Miami Dade Fire Rescue got to experience an O2X EAT SWEAT THRIVE Workshop sponsored by MSA. Check out the video for a recap of the workshop!
3 Ways Boots Made in the USA Benefit You
At MSA and Globe, we believe that “Made in the USA” means something. When you buy our athletic construction fire boots made in Maine, you’re helping to protect and preserve American jobs – not just for the workers in our boot factory, but beyond. We’ve made significant investments in new technologies, equipment, research and development, processes, and people.
Virtual Panel: Technology & Safety in the Fire Service – The Impact of Innovation on Modern Firefighting
View the on-demand virtual panel between firefighters and industry experts to understand what role technology currently plays in the fire service, what gaps exist, and how manufacturers can continuously improve the choices available to firefighters.
What is the National Volunteer Fire Council and How Can It Help You?
As a volunteer firefighter, you know how important it is to stay up-to-date on everything from the latest training courses to resources available to understand safety and health standards. But it can be challenging to access all of this information, especially if you are serving as a volunteer. That’s where the National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC) comes in. Read this article to learn more about the NVFC.
Science in the Fire Service: Research Update on Contamination Control
The fire service continues to drive the movement for science-based research to better understand how the fire environment, firefighting PPE, and fire department practices can impact firefighters’ risks. During this recently held webcast, Gavin Horn, PhD, shares some of the latest firefighter research on contamination control along with lessons learned from ongoing efforts to implement some of these practices.
Firefighter decontamination challenges: Knowledge versus practice
Do firefighters in the U.S. fully recognize the benefits of post-fire cleaning and decontamination of themselves and their equipment to reduce the risk of developing cancer? Common wisdom would say yes, given the amount of information that’s been promulgated by fire service organizations like the IAFC and IAFF as well as non-fire service organizations.
Free Online Course | Firefighter Cancer Prevention Tools and Resources
There are ways to mitigate the risks of exposure firefighters face in the field. Although it is an outcome we want to avoid at all costs, there may come a time when a firefighter will be diagnosed with cancer as a result of occupational hazards.