We are pleased to announce the launch of our New OSFSI On-Line Store!
You are now able to purchase apparel and select merchandise with the OSFSI logo direct, embroidered by MADHOUZFIRE.
Memberships are verified prior to processing and purchases are delivered in a timely matter directly to you.
Special requests and inquiries are handled by Jaime Starcheski,our account executive @ MADHOUZFIRE.
Please visit this provided link and show your support for the Ohio Society of Fire Service Instructors:
Single Annual Membership to OSFSI - $40
Download the OSFSI membership form here._________________________________________________________________________
2017 Fall Instructor Development Symposium
October 19 th or October 20th
08:00 – 16:00
Division of State Fire Marshal - Ohio Fire Academy
Six (6) hours CE! / Top Rated Speakers! / Vendors! / Lunch!
$45 OFSI Member / $85 Non-member
Registration Form Must Accompany Payment
Download your agenda / hard copy registration form to mail with your check here.
Electronic Registration = http://go.osu.edu/osfsi MUST COMPLETE BOTH PayPal & cvent FORMS!!
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Current Fire Training Officer 2 Job Opening.
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National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF)
Vulnerability Assessment Tool
Program Overview (https://www.firevap.org/)
The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF), in coordination with the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), has developed an online Vulnerability Assessment Tool that will provide fire departments with a systematic process to evaluate risk and ultimately reduce the threat of firefighter injuries and deaths. Honeywell has chosen to financially support the Vulnerability Assessment Project, and to supply leadership throughout its development.
At the end of the process, users have a customized report identifying areas of vulnerability linked to firefighter injuries and deaths. Each report contains suggestions for “risk reduction alternatives” specific to identified vulnerabilities and provides pertinent industry standards and guidelines to address the identified concerns.
Fire departments can then use this analysis to develop operational and strategic plans to implement the risk reduction recommendations necessary to minimize or eliminate predictable causes of line-of-duty injuries and deaths.
Online and Interactive
Easy to Use
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