A nurse who focuses on firefighter injuries, Hotshot crews, and first-responder helitack firefighters receive Wildfire Emergency Medical Service Awards
Transforming fire management requires a true knowledge management program that integrates information management and decision-making processes
What is news when a fire burns?
Who we are — one of the benefits of membership
I am ticked off about firefighter safety, I intend to stay ticked-off, and I think we all need to get a little ticked-off about firefighter safety
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.
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.
Flipping from “top-down” to a community-based approach to fill the gap between the concept and practice of “shared responsibility”
How research has helped to understand what is in the smoke of rural/urban interface fires.
A comparative study of fire fatalities and training asks how we might improve training and improve safety too.