FDIC International means it's time to greet old friends, meet new ones, learn from the best instructors on the planet, and see what new innovations the fire industry has to offer.
If you're serious about your training and have a passion for knowledge, FDIC International remains the place to be.
Although FDIC International 2020 has been postponed, Paul Combs is sharing some conference-inspired cartoons from the archives this week.
Read some recent commentary pieces from our contributors on the Fire Engineering Training Community.
Ron Kanterman looks at a piece by Paul Jockimo on dealing with the present reality of "social distancing" and its implications.
The current COVID-19 reality and challenges have given us more than a few knocks, but like Americans always do, we get up and continue the fight - always fighting
Now is the time for firefighters to cultivate good habits to help relieve occupational stress, says Todd LeDuc.
You can never be too careful and protect yourself, your family, and your crew the best you can. An illustration from Paul Combs.
The challenge for volunteer-staffed fire departments today is to break the traditional model, seek out new ideas, and try them, writes John M. Buckman III
We need to do a better job educating our firefighters and health care providers alike that routine monitoring of blood pressure is essential for firefighter survival.