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 to share these insights.
Sign up for a webinar below 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 our team is here to help if you have questions.
Caught on Camera!
Smile, you’re on camera! No matter where you go, it’s safe to say that there could be a camera running. During this webinar, we are going to look at the presence of cameras in our world, the legal considerations, and what you should consider while working on behalf of our organizations.
Insurance 101 for Fire Service Leaders
Fire and EMS agencies have unique challenges when it comes to insurance. As leaders in these organizations, it is important to understand what you are paying for, and what you should expect from your insurance partners. Not every policy is the same, and the time to discover what is and is not covered is not after the claim occurs. In this session, we will look at insurance from the 30,000-foot view and help prepare you to ask the right questions when it is time to bind or renew coverage. Join us as we help to prepare yourself and your agency to get the best value for your insurance investment.
Join us for a webinar discussing the awareness level of Ice Rescue emergencies.
OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Review
Join us as we take a look at the annual proficiency requirement under OSHA 1910.1030. Attendees are reminded that after this review webinar they are required to review their policies, infection control plan, and meet with their appointed leaders to address questions and concerns specific to their agency in order to satisfy OSHA 1910.1030.
Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Response
As we adopt electric and hybrid vehicles, it poses some interesting challenges for firefighters. We will look at some key ways to respond to rescue/fire emergencies and keeping everyone safe around these vehicles.