Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System

Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System The Fire Fighter Near Miss Reporting System (www.firefighternearmiss.com) is a free, all-hazards, voluntary, confidential, non-punitive and secure reporting system with the goal of improving fire fighter safety.

This firefighter safety initiative is funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Assitance to Firefighters Grant Program. The program is managed from the National Programs Office of the International Association of Fire Chiefs. The program is supported by the International Association of Fire Fighters and FirefighterCloseCalls.com. For more information visit www.firefighternearmiss.com or call 571-238-8287.

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Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System | Fire Fighter Near Miss is a free, voluntary, and confidential reporting system used to improve fire fighter safety. | The Fire Fighter Near Miss Reporting System (www.firefighternearmiss.com) is a free, all-hazards, voluntary, confidential, non-punitive, and....

08/10/2020

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IAFC - International Association of Fire Chiefs
03/25/2020

IAFC - International Association of Fire Chiefs

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03/19/2020

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"Just before noon on this date, the involved engine was conducting hydrant maintenance in our district when they were di...
03/18/2020

"Just before noon on this date, the involved engine was conducting hydrant maintenance in our district when they were dispatched to a medical call at a processing plant near their location. Dispatch information was that a female was feeling sick. Upon arrival, the engine crew found not one, but three workers complaining of like symptoms..." Read more on this #firefighter #nearmiss https://buff.ly/2WoSVxN

"After treating a pregnant woman who suddenly became ill at a restaurant, two firefighters investigated the room where s...
03/17/2020

"After treating a pregnant woman who suddenly became ill at a restaurant, two firefighters investigated the room where she first felt sick. Within minutes the two crew members were in distress, as a leaking carbon dioxide line had reduced the room’s oxygen level to 17%...." Read more on this #firefighter #nearmiss https://buff.ly/3daiMjc

IAFC - International Association of Fire Chiefs
03/17/2020

IAFC - International Association of Fire Chiefs

Stay current on the latest updates, recommendations and resources from the CDC, World Health Organization (WHO) and other organizations to help fire and EMS agencies best prepare and respond to #COVID19. http://bit.ly/2Q6CQJe

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02/27/2020
IAFC - International Association of Fire Chiefs

IAFC - International Association of Fire Chiefs

Fire-Rescue International (FRI) registration is now open!

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" I was attempting to pull the 5-inch hose out of the hose bed of the engine and experienced difficulty moving the hose....
02/27/2020

" I was attempting to pull the 5-inch hose out of the hose bed of the engine and experienced difficulty moving the hose. For leverage, I stepped on the tailboard and leaned back, attempting to dislodge the hose..." read more on this #training #nearmiss 👉 https://buff.ly/2Tcc1UQ

"We were dispatched to a cardiac arrest and found a 400-pound man on the second floor of a residence in cardiac arrest. ...
02/26/2020

"We were dispatched to a cardiac arrest and found a 400-pound man on the second floor of a residence in cardiac arrest. While carrying the patient down the steps, the person opposite of me got caught in the stairwell and was unable to maintain the weight of the patient. I received the whole weight of the patient causing a back injury." Read more on this #cardiac #nearmiss 👉 https://buff.ly/2PpbEoK

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02/25/2020

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"A second medic unit was requested for additional assistance. After moving patient #1 to the first arriving medic unit t...
02/20/2020

"A second medic unit was requested for additional assistance. After moving patient #1 to the first arriving medic unit the girlfriend (patient #2) began to complain of not feeling well with similar complaints her boyfriend initially had. Patient #1 had just been hooked up to the EKG Monitor which began to alarm indicating elevated CO levels...." Read more on this #nearmiss https://buff.ly/2P6DG8p

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"Shortly after finishing my shift I suffered a myocardial infarction and went into cardiac arrest. I was successfully re...
02/19/2020

"Shortly after finishing my shift I suffered a myocardial infarction and went into cardiac arrest. I was successfully resuscitated and transferred to a cardiac center for emergency surgery..."

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