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Smoke Alarms at Home
  NAPA Fact Sheet regarding household smoke alarms.

Connecticut Fire Academy Summer Recruit Orientation 2014
  The Connecticut Fire Academy is offering two orientation sessions to anyone interested in learning about the Recruit Program and its comprehensive classroom instruction and training in firefighting techniques and equipment use.

Command and Control of Incident Operations
  The Connecticut Fire Academy in association with the National Fire Academy and TRADE Region 1 present a six day course, Command and Control of Incident Operations. The class dates are Monday September 8, through Saturday September 13, 2014.

New Free 'Neural-Based Learning for Fire Fighters' Program Available
  The Firefighters Support Foundation (FSF) has released Neural-Based Learning for Fire Fighters

2014 Seminar Series
  The next scheduled Seminar Series titled Keeping Your Firefighters from Killing Themselves is scheduled for Friday, August 22, 2014. The seminar is presented by Deputy Assistant Chief (Ret.) John W. Norman III, FDNY

Fire Fighter Fatality Investigations Interactive Map
  A New NIOSH Interactive Map

2014 Fire Service College Fair
  The Connecticut Fire Academy Introduction to the Fire Service program presents the 2014 Fire Service College Fair on Saturday November 1, 2014 from 9:30 am to 3:30 the Connecticut Fire Academy in Windsor Locks, admission is free.

Leadership Series 2014
  The Connecticut Fire Academy in cooperation with the National Fire Academy presents three two day courses through the National Fire Academy’s direct deliveries program.

2014 Connecticut Fire Academy Fire Training Calendar
  The 2014 Connecticut Fire Academy Fire Training Calendar is now available online. Printed copies are in the process of being mailed to fire departments.

Firefighters Exposure to Asbestos
  Firefighters risk their lives at no cost by exposing themselves to asbestos and other toxic materials, and put themselves in danger beyond the actual fire.