Safety First

May 22, 2020

S5, E54 FDNY EMS On the Frontlines of the COVID-19 Pandemic with Paramedic Kimberley Laychock

April 18, 2020

S5, E53 Standpipe Operations with Lt Ray McCormack

March 24, 2020

S5, E52 A Return to Public Service with EMT Donna Jaworski

February 28, 2020

S5, E51 A Marathon Celebration with Captain Denis Sweeney and Firefighter Tim Clarke

This is our annual Pro Fit episode, which seeks to promote and provide practical ideas for first responders who are looking to maintain a healthy lifestyle. 2020 marks the 50thanniversary of the New York City Marathon. The event is the largest marathon in the world and […]
January 31, 2020

S5, E50 50th Episode

January 2, 2020

Forest Fire Leads to Destruction of 200 Homes in Chilean City

December 26, 2019

Alleged Arsonist Arrested for Dormitory Fires

December 19, 2019

California Continues to Experience Attacks on Moving Vehicles

December 12, 2019

Hijacking of UPS Truck Ends in Shootout

December 6, 2019

S4, E49 FDNY Warm Zone Triage with Captain Gregg Brady

July 27, 2016

Safety First: Safely Navigating the Streets of New York City

As FDNY EMS professionals, one of our most important responsibilities is safe emergency vehicle operation. At the FDNY Bureau of Training, EMS Academy, we take this responsibility very seriously in the form of our Emergency Vehicle Operators Course (EVOC). In this training course, the number one […]
June 7, 2016

Safety First: Stairwell Management

There is an old adage in the FDNY that if you want to know how many Firefighters there are on the stairs, all you have to do is count the steps and then add one. Stairwell management always has been a challenge for the FDNY. The […]
March 1, 2016

Safety First: Avoiding the Spread of Communicable Disease Starts with Personal Safety

The best and safest strategy for treating a patient suspected of having any communicable disease, but particularly Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), is: Assure early identification of the infected patient. Assure proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE). Assure proper cleaning and decontamination. Patient Identification In New […]
December 1, 2015

Safety First: Safety at Motor Vehicle Accidents

September 1, 2014

Safety First: Importance of Rehabilitation

June 1, 2014

Safety First: Truss Roof Failure and Snow Loads