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Unexpected airbag deployment in vehicle being removed from flooded street – Collingswood Fire Department

Twenty-year-old Pennsylvania volunteer firefighter killed responding to a motor vehicle crash in a separate one-vehicle rollover crash – no seatbelt.

These uniform operational guidelines ensure safe operations by emergency responders dispatched to incidents on limited access highways in the State of New Jersey.  They identify vehicle safe positioning, common general safety and onsite practices for all emergency responders.  They also identify the need to provide mobility for the motoring public – PDF

A discussion of NJ Forest Fire Service staffing by Maris Gabliks, NJ State Fire Warden – PDF


Important information for First Responders about the Mini E electric vehicle now beginning to appear in the New York metropolitan area

A Quick Reference Chart for response to emergencies involving the mini E

Details of a failure of a Partner K-12 power saw blade (Target EH series 14″ hand-held High Speed DRY/WET cutting Diamond Blade)

“Clean vehicle” LNG saddle tanks add a new dimension to crash response.

Directive on School Lockdowns and Fire Safety – PDF

New Jersey Department of Health & Senior Services – PDF

Facilitated by the New Jersey Fire & Emergency Medical Services Institute on the Final Report Prepared for Governor-Elect Jon S. Corzine by the Homeland Security and Public Safety Transition Policy Group – Word Document


NJSFCA Seminar 2023 Sponsor letter and sponsorship form

NJSFCA Sept. 13, 2023, Instructor Meet and Greet Event flyer

The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation held a summit in 202 to review the Everyone Goes Home Program.  This document provides  description of their work and findings

The NJ State Fire Chiefs Association & NJ National Fallen Firefighters Advocates are delivering the 2nd annual Leadership Seminar. Saturday, February 10, 2024; 8am - 4pm at the Middlesex Fire Academy
We will be delivering the NFFF's Leadership Everyone Goes Home, & Leadership Accountability Culture Knowledge Classes. This program is open to all leaders and aspiring leaders. Join your fire service colleagues in the discussion of how to overcome the challenges of leading in your fire department with real-world solutions. Register Today - https://bit.ly/3RoeI4I

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Report by a Special Legislatively enacted Task Force  regarding recruitment and retention of volunteer emergency responders in NJ