U.S. Fire Administrator’s Summit on Fire Prevention and Control 2023

This is the U.S. Fire Administrator’s exclusive event that provides access to the top leaders and decision makers in the industry. We look forwarding to welcoming national fire service leaders and key invited members of the federal government along with a virtual audience of up to 2,500 additional fire service professionals.

International Firefighter Seatbelt Pledge

International First Responder Seatbelt Pledge

If your department has not taken the International First Responder Seatbelt Pledge, please take a moment learn more about the program and sign the pledge online today! Once you have taken the pledge to wear your seatbelt, please continue to support our efforts by spreading the word to neighboring departments in your area.

First Responder Center for Excellence

First Responder Center for Excellence

The FRCE is dedicated to protecting the lives and livelihoods of first responders, nationwide. Our education and research initiatives constantly shed new light on challenges to the health, safety and well‑being of firefighters, EMS personnel and other first responders.

Vulnerability Assessment Program

The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF), in coordination with the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), has developed an online Vulnerability Assessment Tool that will provide fire departments with a systematic process to evaluate risk and ultimately reduce the threat of firefighter injuries and deaths.

Company Officer-to-Company Officer Network

Company Officer-to-Company Officer Network

A line-of-duty death forever changes the fire department or agency and the community. So, where does a company officer who loses a firefighter in the line-of-duty turn for support after this tragedy? The Company Officer-to-Company Officer Network grew out of a need expressed by company officers who had lost a firefighter in the line of […]

IC to IC Network

The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation created the IC to IC Network to provide assistance to incident commanders who have experienced a line-of-duty death of a firefighter under their command.

LAST Team Resources

We appreciate your willingness to serve on this team and your dedication to the fire service family.

Grief Brochures

The Foundation has a Grief Brochures for survivors of fallen firefighters. These materials are provided free of charge.

Handling a Line-of-Duty Death

Here are important steps that a department needs to take to help the firefighter’s family, members of the department, and the community.

Firefighter LODD SOPs & Resources

Planning is critical to successfully handling a line-of-duty death. Having procedures in place will make it much easier for everyone – the family, the department, and the community.

Chief to Chief Network

Chief to Chief

A line-of-duty death forever changes the community, department or agency. So where does a chief turn for support after a tragedy?