Due to an agency LODD we have had to postpone this webinar. A new date will be coming soon. Thank you for your understanding.

Friday, June 28, 2024 | 1 pm Eastern [60 minutes]

From combative patients and unruly family members to calls where fire is used as a weapon, violence against Fire and EMS personnel is a growing issue. Learn how two agencies faced this issue head on, the lessons they learned, and how they managed the aftermath and healing process. 

Join Deputy Chief Billy Goldfeder and he moderates a discussion with Chief Anthony Morrone and Chief Chuck Ryan as they share mitigation strategies, situational awareness and post-incident response tactics to enhance the safety and wellness of your personnel. 

You’ll learn: 

  • The various types of violence faced by Fire and EMS personnel and practical strategies to mitigate these risks in the field.
  • The latest training methods to equip Fire and EMS personnel with defensive tactics, including collaborative training efforts with law enforcement.
  • Insights into improving situational awareness during emergency responses to better anticipate and react to potential threats.
  • Effective approaches for supporting agency and personnel wellness following violent encounters.

Presented by:

Deputy Chief Billy Goldfeder 
Loveland-Symmes (OH) Fire Department

Chief Anthony Marrone 
Los Angeles County (CA) Fire Department 
 

Chief Chuck Ryan 
Tucson (AZ) Fire Department 

 
   

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