At McNeil & Co., we are committed to proactive risk management and working to keep our clients and community as safe and well-trained as possible. As we identify new challenges and best practices in our industry, we host regular information sessions and training resources to share these insights.
Sign up for a webinar below or access our archived videos and resources to stay up to date on what fire departments, rescue squads and other emergency services organizations should know and steps they can take to operate as safely and effectively as possible.
We will continue to update this page with new events and resources, and our team is here to help if you have questions.
Sexual Harassment and Prevention Training
We will be tailoring this training to insurance agencies.
Join us for the NYS annual Sexual Harassment and Prevention training program. This presentation will cover the basic information necessary for your organization to meet the NYS requirements.
FASNY Extinguishing the Flames of Liability
When we look at the biggest hurdles facing volunteer fire service organizations, very rarely do problems putting out fires, handling accidents or saving lives cause us the most grief. What most organizations struggle with are issues pertaining to improper training, human resources and finances. When we fail to recognize and do anything to alleviate these challenges, we leave ourselves vulnerable to fail at our primary missions. In this session we will explore these common topics causing severe legal and liability issues for fire departments and provide solutions on how to improve them so you can focus on protecting your community. This webinar will contain valuable information for board members, leaders and the general membership of a department.
Firefighter Behavioral Health
Join Jared Meeker, Mike Healey and Dave Denniston as they discuss how stress, especially stress created by COVID-19, can affect you and your health.
Traffic Control at an Emergency Incident (Traffic Control for Fire Police)
Basic overview of the duties and responsibilities of traffic control personnel
Altered Mental Status and Narcan
No one ever wants to respond to the possible opioid overdose call, but yet we have to. Join us as we give an overview of how to manage a possible opioid overdose call.
Calling in the MEDEVAC
Any emergency run that you have to make is good, but when do you make the call to request MEDEVAC help? Join us as we review when to call for a MEDEVAC and how to work with helicopter scene operations.
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