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A Beginner's Guide to Implementing a Decon Procedure

*Adjust accordingly to best suit unique incident or department’s protocol

Fire-Dex Launches New Gear Wash Website

We're proud to announce the launch of a newly designed website for Gear Wash! 

Fire-Dex Obtains the Family Business Achievement Award

Check it out! We've been recognized as the receiver of the Family Business Achievement Award from Smart Business. 

Fire-Dex Promotes Rob Milideo to Regional Zone Director

We are excited to announce the promotion of Rob Milideo to Regional Zone Director!

Meet the #FireDexFamily: Josh Dancey, Territory Sales Representative

Josh joined the Fire-Dex Family in March 2020 as a Territory Sales Representative. Before joining our sales team, he was serving as a firefighter for 20 years in North Carolina with the Charlotte Fire Department. He also spent time working for C.W. Williams Fire where he became passionate about

DSR of the Month: Scott Compton of ROI Fire and Ballistics

Scott Compton of ROI Fire & Ballistics has been busy introducing Fire-Dex gear to the departments nestled in the mountain and ski towns of Colorado. During his time there, he's been successful in introducing our I2H Integrated Class II Harness to departments who complete high angle rescues. With

Christiana Fire Company (DE) Chooses TECGEN71

As a firefighter, you work within a dynamic environment, and you need gear that enables you to perform your job to the maximum ability. Selecting new turnout gear and composites for your department is a crucial decision to help improve your crew’s safety and performance. 

DSR of the Month: JD Clairmont of MES Fire

JD Clairmont of MES Fire in Schenectady, New York, has shown total dedication over the past two years selling Fire-Dex and believes in taking care of those who take care of us. 

Rapid Fire S1:E2 Paying Respects to Fallen Firefighters During COVID-19

About This Episode: Retired Chief Ron Siarnicki, who actively serves as the Executive Director of the National Fallen Fire Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) in Maryland, and Joe Minogue, retired FDNY Lieutenant and lead advocate for the NFFF on Long Island, join Chief Keys to discuss how

5 Ways to Reduce Fatigue in Firefighters and EMS

Medical emergencies require quick responses during all hours of the day. As a firefighter or emergency medical services (EMS) professional, staying alert to respond to every call can cause negative effects on your mind and body. Fatigue is a serious problem among public safety workers. It's now

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