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July 27, 2016

Public Matters: Bystander CPR Program Making Strides in New York City

July 27, 2016

Special Apparatus: FDNY’s Medical Evacuation Transportation Unit

July 27, 2016

EMS Leader: Scene Management at Emergencies Involving Bariatric Patients

July 27, 2016

One on One: EMTs Shaun Alexander and Khadijah Hall on Acting While Off-Duty

July 27, 2016

Step by Step: Cyanokit Hydroxocobalamin

July 27, 2016

Preparing for Success: The Threat of Active Shooters

July 27, 2016

Call Review: Bicyclists Struck by Boat on a Busy Boulevard

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 […]
July 27, 2016

FDNY Pro EMS: Commissioner’s Brief for 2/2016

July 27, 2016

Forging the Prestigious EMT-P Carlos Lillo/Lieutenant Ricardo Quinn Medal

December 14, 2016

#WednesdayWisdom from…FDNY Pro Firefighter Peter Kenney

Rig placement can set the tone at a fire. The importance of the first-arriving companies positioning their rigs correctly cannot be over-emphasized. Communication plays a significant role in this. With proper training and planning, members should anticipate and be prepared for what “could happen” when positioning […]
December 8, 2016

Firefighter Shot in Post-Operations Ambush

December 8, 2016

FDNY Overcomes Water Loss at Manhattan Two-Alarm Fire

December 1, 2016

‘Black Friday’ Violence Comes a Day Early

November 30, 2016

#WednesdayWisdom from FDNY Pro Firefighter Anthony Caterino

This is certainly the case for FAST Unit Operations. Although our purpose as Firefighters is to save civilian lives and protect property, when a fellow Firefighter becomes the person in danger and in need of rescue, the FAST Unit procedures that we implement will aid in […]
November 28, 2016

Blog: Facebook Data Raises Flag, Responders Should take Note

November 23, 2016

#WednesdayWisdom from FDNY Pro Deputy Chief Michael McLaughlin and Division Chief Christine Mazzola

Research indicates that effective routines shift activities in the brain from the active thinking areas, to the “auto-pilot” regions of the brain. This leaves the active thinking areas with more capability to process unique, non-routine information. Many of the Department’s protocols and procedures are intended to […]
November 21, 2016

Blog: Fire in a Tenement with a Penthouse Addition