Please join FASNY in making the volunteer fire and emergency medical services as strong as they can be by getting informed and taking action in your organization with these articles and resources.

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The Big ‘C’ Is Something No One Wants

As chief officers, we all recognize that firefighting is a high-risk occupation. We have a front-row seat into the risks of the profession, and gain impressions about these risks as our careers progress. Through training and education, we teach the next generation of firefighters to lessen their own risk by performing new or modified behaviors. […]

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When the Unthinkable Happens: Moving Forward After a Line of Duty Death

By Kevin D. Quinn, NVFC Chairman I recently attended two funerals for firefighters who died in the line of duty.  As with every tragedy when we lose a brother or sister, my heart went out to the family, department and community that now must deal with the loss and figure out how to carry on […]

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Firefighter Wellness Testimonial: Stephanie Wowk

You’re going to have to deal with adversity in life, that’s just part of it. The fire department is no different. I faced it as soon as was sworn in. On October 13, 2015, I officially became a member of the Saint James Volunteer Fire Department and proudly joined Heavy Rescue Co. No. 9. Coming […]

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