Florida Firefighters Safety & Health Collaborative

The Florida Firefighters Safety & Health Collaborative is a free program to fire departments looking to enhance and maintain an effective safety committee or safety program.


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Members from the State FACE Team, Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Redline Sisterhood all joined together to march in the 50th Annual St Patrick’s Day Parade to pay honor to those firefighters who have passed from cancer and those still in the fight.  This was a great opportunity to join together – One Team, One Fight while raising awareness for firefighter cancer to a crowd of over 80,000.

Palm Beach County Fire Rescue, Coral Springs Fire, Osceola Fire Rescue, Broward Fire Rescue, Davie Fire Rescue, Miami Dade Fire and our Statewide FACE Team were honored to be part of the 2018 Dolphin's Cancer Challenge held throughout the City of Miami last month, with a finish for all races at the 50 yard line of the Hard Rock Stadium, and a celebration on the field for hours after.  

The death of those we consider innocent is hard to reconcile. When there are multiple deaths involving children, it affects all of our society. The more media coverage involved, the more impact the call often has. Other than family members and close friends, first responders are often those affected the most by such incidents. The terrible tragedy that took place at Stoneman Douglas High School was the type of event that overwhelms resources and those who respond. Our brothers and sisters in the Coral Springs-Parkland Fire Department and other surrounding Departments responded to the scene and performed as professionals in the face of the horrific scene. Their actions saved countless lives. . . and then they were left to deal with the emotions that came from the images and experiences of the day.

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