– To address the increase in Maryland residential fire fatalities as compared to the same time last year, a new state law aimed at reducing home fire deaths will require long-life sealed-in battery smoke alarms effective July 1. READ
– The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation has lost one of its great allies in its mission to improve the health and safety of firefighters with the death last night of Chief Tom Carr. The Foundation had the honor of working closely with Chief Carr as he led departments in both South Carolina and Maryland. READ
– The Mason Lankford Fire Service Leadership Award was established in 1998 by CFSI and Motorola Solutions to recognize an individual who has been proactive at the local, state, or federal government level to improve fire/emergency services and firefighter life safety issues. READ
We are working hard to provide important resources, workshops, and timely information to help both firefighters and our Fire Hero Families stay connected and well during these unprecedented times. These new resources can be found here on our website, shared through E-mail, and through our social media channels.
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