Elevator Emergencies (23-02)

For a summary of removal methods and fire department actions when operating at elevator emergencies see this training bulletin.

Speaker Series Registration Open!

The Suffolk County Fire Academy has assembled upcoming lectures on key topics to the fire service where attendees will be sure to get valuable insight, strategies, and tactics. For a list of available lectures, and to register, be sure to visit Speaker Series Open Enrollment.

Carbon Monoxide Alarm Responses (22-09)

Carbon monoxide alarms (and emergencies) occur throughout the year, but we see an increase during the winter months. This bulletin summarizes some of the properties of CO, and has some tips and considerations when responding to an alarm.

Oil Burner Emergencies (22-08)

With the colder weather approaching, you are likely to be called to respond to an oil burner emergency. This bulletin summarizes some conditions you may encounter and fire department actions.

Lithium-Ion Batteries (22-07)

With the widespread use of lithium-ion batteries in items like smartphones, laptops, toys, e -bikes, e-scooters and tools, this training bulletin provides you with awareness information and tips.

Body Worn Cameras (22-06)

County, State, Town & Village Law Enforcement throughout Suffolk County are currently using or will be using BWC’s to document public encounters. Please be sure to review and share this information within your agencies. Any questions please feel free to call the SCFA. For more information with our website at www.scfa-li.org

Fire Police Field Day 2022

Fire Police Field Day and Training will be held at the Suffolk County Fire Academy on Saturday, October 1, 2022 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Topics will include crime scene preservation, fire police laws, use of ERG & CO Meters, proper positioning of fire police vehicles, and how fire police can assist at fire scenes. […]

Truss Signs Training (22-05)

Please see our Training Message for August 2022 on Truss Signs. This will be a good information to share in your fire station or during a training session.