For many firefighters, structural firefighting protective clothing and gloves can provide a sense of security that they are “safe”. Many believe that simply wearing turnout gear is enough to limit exposure to most cancer-causing agents encountered on the scene.
As a lifelong native of New Mexico, Michael Denison carries with him 17+ years of experience in the fire service; 6 as a firefighter, 5 as an Engineer, and 6 as Captain. Now the Operations Battalion Chief for Rio Rancho Fire Rescue, Michael dedicates his down time to MES Fire (Arizona) as a
Keeping the Family Safe From Fire at Home Being aware of the potential fire hazards in your home will go a long way to helping keep you and your family safe. In America, a fire occurs at home every 86 seconds. Fire departments are taking steps to prevent their firefighters from exposure to
Ashton Hall joined the Fire-Dex family in June of 2018, taking on the new role of Marketing Coordinator. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Managerial Marketing and International Business from Kent State University. Get to know more about Ashton’s background and interests in our Q&A!
In recognition of Made in Medina County Day, over 420 people toured 19 manufacturing plants on October 5 in Medina County. Fire-Dex hosted two tours showcasing the recent building expansion and insight into the successful business. Paul Rose, Medina City Council served as the guest elected
Medina, Ohio – October 4, 2018 - Fire-Dex announces its recognition as a 2018 Cascade Capital Business Growth Honoree. This is the second consecutive year Fire-Dex has received this award as one of the fastest growing businesses in Northeast Ohio.