Rescue/Health Service

Tired firefighter
Rescue/Health Service
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Lack of sleep can cause Cancer, heart attack, stroke, diabetes and making fatal mistake...
Scientific evidence proving that lack of sleep can contribute to serious work related diseases - including cancer
A Portuguese firefighter fighting a wildfire. Photo by Bombeiros.pt
Commission Europe
Rescue/Health Service
From the President´s Office
Volunteer Firefighters
Communication Group
CTIF Member Information
Current Affairs in Fire & Rescue
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CTIF has for a long time considered there are risks of negative impacts arising from th...
The CTIF Official Statement on the European Working Time Directive - and its effect on the fire services
Garbage construction fire test.
Fire Prevention
Rescue/Health Service
Education and Training
Civilian Deaths
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Fire Behavior
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Collapse of load bearing elements in just over 3 minutes with new OSB construction beam...
Sudden collapses during fires a very real danger for firefighters in new US buildings
Tommy Backgaard Kjeaer spoke about Firefighter´s Health at the Brussels´CTIF Seminar in November.
Hazardous Materials
Rescue/Health Service
Communication Group
Current Affairs in Fire & Rescue
Fire Fighter´s Advocacy
Fire, Rescue & New Challenges: CTIF Yearly Seminar
Line of Duty Deaths
1 HR VIDEO LECTURE: Most of the toxic exposure occurs when you take off your BA mask - ...
Tommy Baekgaard Kjaer - A lecture on Cancer and other Occupational Diseases affecting Firefighters
Screen shot from the NBC Boston news video.
Hazardous Materials
Rescue/Health Service
Communication Group
Current Affairs in Fire & Rescue
Fire & Rescue World News
They tested the gear for PFAS, chemicals that s have shown to increase the risk of a ra...
Research: "Chemicals used in firefighter turnout gear identlified as potential cancer agents"