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.

In this course, we will explore some tools and strategies both firefighters and fire officers can use to help reduce exposure to toxic substances and provide important resources that are available to firefighters experiencing a cancer diagnosis. One such resource is the Firefighter Cancer Support Network.

This FireRescue1 Academy course is sponsored by Globe. Log in today and get started.

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