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3M™ Scott™ Vision C5 Facepiece with E-Z Flo C5 Regulator

Expanding on the 3M™ Scott™ Vision C5 Facepiece with E-Z Flo C5 Regulator, the facepiece now includes Bluetooth® communications to help address critical communication challenges on the fireground.

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CO Dangers Found in the Workplace

Carbon monoxide is a common industrial hazard resulting from the incomplete combustion of material containing carbon such as natural gas, gasoline, kerosene, oil, propane, coal, or wood.

Innovations in Turnout Gear

Manufacturers look to a PFAS-free future with lighter materials, better designs, and improved fit.

MSA and NVFC Partner in Helmet Giveaway

To be eligible to enter, applicants must be an active U.S. volunteer firefighter and a member of the NVFC.

Company Transitions to PPE Maker

Daniels Wood Land  transitioned into PPE maker during the pandemic. It is now Paso Robles, California's largest employer.

Basic Training For Volunteer Teams

The Mahoning County Hazardous Materials Response Agency drives up volunteer skills with regular hazmat training that’s as engaging as it is demanding.

PPE Gets Smart

Rugged smart PPE, such as FireHUD’s BioTrac Platform, collects and shares critical data on firefighter physiology to enhance situational awareness.

Extractor 22 PPE Cleaner

Groves Incorporated's Extractor 22 (EW22) is a machine for washing personal protective equipment that follows NFPA-1851 guidelines.

Adding an Extra 'P' for Proper PPE

The system of selecting PPE by the four levels of A-B-C-D is a quick and simple method of describing what responders wear when working with hazardous materials.

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Having Fun Teaching Hazmat Training

For hazmat training to be absorbed into the brain as both information and hands-on skills it has to be interesting and fun. How do you achieve that?