- Windsor Fire Fighters: Using GIS to Preserve Public Safety – Video
- Mitigation of Occupational Violence to Firefighters and EMS Responders – (USFA/FEMA)
- NFPA 1710 Summary Sheet
- NPFA 1710 Explainer Video
- Promising Practices in Emergency Medical Response at Fire Rescue Services: Lessons From Winnipeg
- Airport Rescue Fire Fighting
- Best Practices in EMS
- Fire Department Based EMS Whitepaper
- Funding Alternatives for EMS and Fire Service
- Fire Service Deployment: Assessing Community Vulnerability
- Fire Service Deployment: Assessing Community Vulnerability: 2nd Edition, High-Rise Implementation Guide
- EMS Guidebook for Fire-Based Systems
- Fire Service Based EMS Advocates Coalition
- Effect of Deployment of Resources on Cardiovascular Strain of Firefighters
- The Economic Impact of Successful Commercial Fire Interventions
The Emergency Triage, Treat and Transport (ET3) model is a five-year payment pilot project authorized and maintained by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) to investigate potential savings by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
This is a full resource center complete with studies on crew sizes for high-rise, residential and medical calls. Members can also find materials on how to present the material to management.
Fire-based community healthcare providers (i.e., community paramedicine) is a concept that could enhance existing EMS systems by coordinating with other healthcare providers to improve patient care and reduce expenses and to become self-sustaining.
The Blue Campaign represents the unified voice of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s efforts to combat human trafficking. This site contains resources and training materials to help identify and stop modern-day slavery.
Fire fighters and EMS providers are often called to respond to situations involving opioid-related emergencies. As 9-1-1 calls for opioid-associated emergencies continue to increase, EMS providers of all levels must be properly trained to respond to these life-threatening emergencies, including the administration of naloxone (NARCAN). This toolkit includes resources and protocols for the opioid crisis in the U.S. and Canada.