As we’re sure many of you have heard, recent reports have highlighted a public safety & environmental concern raised by the use of Class B Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF) during fire suppression and fire fighter training. Please see the flyer below, produced in collaboration with several other Maine agencies, for more information. A PDF version… Read more »
The MFSI team is wishing everyone a safe and enjoyable holiday. We’ll see you all when the SMCC campus reopens next week!
Several Maine & New Hampshire fire departments are currently hiring: Goodwins Mills Fire Rescue is currently accepting applications for full-time Fire Chief. Check out the job bulletin below, or click here for a complete application packet. The City of Portsmouth, NH is currently accepting applications for a firefighter position (the deadline to apply is… Read more »
We are excited to announce the addition of a new Advanced Forcible Entry program. This program is designed to expose students to realistic challenges they may face when gaining entry into a structure, and covers objectives such as: • Discussion about the Tools • Conventional Forcible Entry • Single-Person Forcing • Limited Space Forcing •… Read more »
Become an MFSI Instructor, and help us make a difference in the future of Maine’s fire service. We will be accepting letters of intent and resumes from May 1 – May 30 for the position of contract fire instructor (part time). We look forward to hearing from you!
Check out our upcoming NFA course on Command & Control of Incident Operations! A printable PDF is available in full color or in grayscale for your convenience.
MFSI is proud to collaborate with the Volunteer Fire Insurance Service (VFIS) to bring EVOC Train-the-Trainer courses to Maine. Here are the details for our upcoming program in June 2019! Click here for a printable version.
This past weekend many MFSI state fire Instructors were hard at work all over the state providing training to many fire fighters. Pictured are the programs that we assisted with at the Central Maine Fire Attack School in Waterville/Winslow. Emergency Vehicle Operators Course and a National Fire Academy Incident Safety program. Thank you to all… Read more »
Mt. Desert Islander, April 19 BRUNSWICK — Basil Mahaney of Bar Harbor Fire Rescue was one of 18 Maine firefighters to have completed rigorous training and graduated from the Maine Fire Service Institute’s Officer Training Academy to prepare them for leadership roles at fire departments across the state
# 1 Do I need a SID number on my application? – YES, you will not receive a certificate from the National Fire Academy without it on your application. Please be sure to have your SID (student identification number) on all your National Fire Academy applications. This has been the case since September of 2012…. Read more »