September 9, 2019 | View as webpage
Dear Fire Chiefs,

Active shooter events have become a tragic staple of our news cycle, and with the recent tragedies in El Paso and Dayton, preparing for these events is top of mind for fire chiefs and other first responders.

The free eBook, NFPA 3000: Preparing and training firefighters for active shooter incidents, brought to you by the FireRescue1 Academy, offers a closer look at active shooter response efforts in the context of this first-of-its-kind NFPA standard. Learn best practices you can use to prep fire service leaders to effectively respond to active shooter incidents. Download the eBook here.


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