Serious about reducing line of duty deaths? Serious about improving awareness of firefighter health? Let’s see just how serious we were last year.
In order to be more informed and prepared for improving your health in 2011 – and impacting the greatest cause of line of duty deaths – we need to look at what was offered to you last year. Here is where this whole subject began, “2011 Challenge: Lip Service or Getting What You Pay For”
Check the LODD Challenge page for more updates throughout 2011.
2010 Trade Shows Offerings:
Note: Listing only shows those subjects which specifically address health.
Firehouse Expo (4)
FDNY: Changing the Safety Culture
“Two safety programs implemented in the FDNY include an Injury Reduction Program which focuses on personal health and wellness – ”
Fitness for Your Crew
Medical Screening for the EMS Provider, Why Not Some Straight Talk
Top 10 Exercises for Firefighters
Firehouse World (2)
The Functional Movement Screen – A Proven Approach of Identifying and Reducing Injuries
“Every Breath” Fireground Operations Department-Wide Development and Deployment
Moving Forward with Incumbent Work Performance Evaluations
FireRescue International (10)
Health and Wellness Pavilion
Firefighter Health and Wellness: The Role of the Company Officer
Station Environments: Creating and Maintaining a Healthy Living Environment
NFPA 1584: Incident Rehab
Three Web Sites, One Goal: Firefighter Safety, Health and Survival
Prehab vs. Rehab: The Role of Injury Prevention and Early Detection Combined with a Comprehensive Firefighter Training Program
Firefighter Heart Disease Epidemic: FEMA Firefighter Heart Disease Prevention Study
Effects of On-Scene Rehabilitation on Physiological Recovery from Firefighting Activities
The IAFF/IAFC Fire Service Joint Labor-Management Wellness-Fitness Initiative (WFI)
The Culture of Health and Wellness in the Fire Service: A Formative Research Study
Photograph courtesy Mark Brady PGFEMS PIO.