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.
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
Camden Fire Department, organized in 1869, was the first career department in New Jersey and is among the oldest departments in the United States. Though rich with history, Camden Fire has always been on the forefront of fire innovation. Back in 1916, the department was the very first in the
Dave Biggart has been around Fire-Dex for almost 20 years. He joined the Fire-Dex family in November, 1999. He is our Facility Manager and is responsible for maintenance, safety and building. Dave also serves as our Safety Coordinator. Read on to learn more about Dave below!
Fire-Dex is proud to be recognized by ERC as one of Northeast Ohio’s 99 best places to work! This is the third time that Fire-Dex has received the award.
Lindsey Anderson recently joined the Fire-Dex team in April 2018 as our Quality and Compliance Coordinator. She develops, implements, and manages quality control system product specifications. Lindsey holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial & Systems Engineering from The Ohio State University. Get
Wildfires can be some of the worst and deadliest natural disasters. They are capable of wiping out millions of acres of land, destroying everything in their path and leaving families and animals displaced.