Todd Herring, our VP of Product Innovation and Strategy, discusses the importance of innovation to keep first responders safe in a recent guest spot from Cleveland.com!
WKYC – How Fire-Dex in Medina is Making PPE to Keep Firefighters Safe
WKYC reporter, Chris Webb, recently stopped by headquarters to speak with our VP of Operations, John Karban, and Chief Lou Anne Metz of Bainbridge Township Fire, about the importance of wearing lighter, more breathable PPE to reduce heat stress and provide protection against carcinogens for
Cleveland.com: Fire-Dex Making PPE for Firefighters and First Responders
Alyssa Alfano, writer at Cleveland.com, spoke with our president, Steve Allison, about the launch of our isolation PPE for healthcare professionals and frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Channel 5 News Cleveland: Fire-Dex needs your help protecting our protectors
Alexa Green, our Content Marketing Coordinator, and Chief Larry Walters of Medina Fire Department, had the opportunity to speak with Channel 5 News Cleveland about the importance of wearing particulate barrier hoods, and how YOU can give back to your community by joining our Fire-Dex Family! 🙌
Fire-Dex Recognized as a 2021 Evolution of Manufacturing Honoree
We couldn't be more proud to announce that we have been recognized as a 2021 Evolution of Manufacturing Honoree! 🎉
Fire-Dex Recognized as One of Northeast Ohio's 99 Best Workplaces for the 5th Year!
Today we're honored to announce that we're the 5-time recipient of the NorthCoast99 Award!
Fire-Dex Recognized as One of Northeast Ohio's 99 Best Workplaces for the 4th Year!
Medina, Ohio – September 24, 2019 - Fire-Dex is proud to be recognized as a 4-time recipient of the Northcoast 99 Award.
Q&A With Supply Chain Coordinator Nick Lino!
Nick Lino joined Fire-Dex family in August of 2011 and was recently promoted to Supply Chain Coordinator! Learn more about Nick's hobbies and what he’s most excited about for Fire-Dex in 2019 in our Q&A below.
Recommended Maintenance for Turnout Gear
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.
Fire-Dex Announces EMS Gear Monthly Giveaway
We are excited to announce a special monthly giveaway of our EMS Gear made with TECGEN51! A winner will be announced on November 9th.
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