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Ten-8 Fire & Safety Joins The BME Fire Trucks Dealer Network

Florida and Georgia’s premier Fire and Emergency Apparatus Distributor, Ten-8 Fire & Safety, adds BME Fire Trucks to their robust Apparatus dealer network. Boise, ID (May 12, 2023) – Ten-8 Fire & Safety joins the BME Fire Trucks dealer territory for Florida and Georgia. Ten-8 Fire is a major United States distributor of fire and […]

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BME Fire Trucks Expands Dealer Network to Canada

North America’s leading wildland apparatus manufacturer taps Commercial Emergency Equipment for establishment of Canadian Dealer Network. BOISE, ID – August 9, 2022 – BME Fire Trucks has awarded the exclusive dealership territory for its emergency apparatus in Canada to Commercial Emergency Equipment for Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, and all Canadian Territories. Commercial Emergency

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Group of Wildland Firefighters walking on a road next to a forest

Wildland Firefighter Pay

According to CBS, firefighting is considered one of the most dangerous jobs. Being a hazardous occupation, how much do wildland firefighters make?  This article will go over what the average wildland firefighter makes, common benefits, wages state by state, and recent pay increases.  How Much Do Wildland Firefighters Make? The average salary across the US

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Firefighter responding to an active Wildfire in california wildifire by reading smoke signals in their BME apparatus

Reading Smoke Signals: How Firefighters Use Smoke Signals

One of the most important skills all firemen should possess is the ability to read smoke signals. The ability to read the smoke at any position within the company can help those responding to the incident make better tactical decisions. Smoke can help first responders determine the fire’s location, growth, toxicity, the direction of travel.

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