Contamination Reduction and Cancer Prevention

Occupational cancer due to firefighting is a silent killer. Firefighters face a 9% increase in cancer diagnosis and a 14% increase in cancer related deaths. Unlike many tragic events that take firefighters lives many firefighters are dying due to firefighting related cancers.  Unfortunately, many of these deaths often go unnoticed.

Learn how to take steps to help prevent these deaths from occurring.

Please see attached flyer(s) for the upcoming scheduled training dates. This is a joint training hosted by the Suffolk County Fire Academy and the Fire Marshal Association of Suffolk County.

Upcoming dates are:
-May 10th 7pm at Mastic Fire Department
-May 11th 11am at North Patchogue Fire Department
-May 11th 7pm at Dix Hills Fire Department

Register For a Session Here

Please take a moment to share this info with your departments and place on your calendars.

For more information you can click the link below where you can download each session, if you click the Download link below, you will download all three sessions.

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