A nurse who focuses on firefighter injuries, Hotshot crews, and first-responder helitack firefighters receive Wildfire Emergency Medical Service Awards
In Australia and New Zealand, an integrated assessment of prescribed burning identifies the highest risk-management benefit per dollar spent
Flipping from “top-down” to a community-based approach to fill the gap between the concept and practice of “shared responsibility”
A comparative study of fire fatalities and training asks how we might improve training and improve safety too.
How research has helped to understand what is in the smoke of rural/urban interface fires.
A sampling of topics and presentations from IAWF’s upcoming conference, “Managing Fire, Understanding Ourselves: Human Dimensions in Safety and Wildland Fire.” We share these previews here and in selected articles throughout this issue of Wildfire Magazine.
Will you lead like Maximus or Commodus?
Rethinking Awareness — between firefighter safety and safety strategy. Lessons to be learned from Catalonia.
Too much or too little fuel reduction burning – the debate has raged in Australia for many years. Meanwhile, the fire managers are just getting on with the task.