Fire & Safety Services is pleased to announce and welcome three new employees to its ranks. In our Service Department: Devin Vogel joined Fire & Safety Services at the end of August 2020. After a brief orientation period, Devin will be a road service technician in northern New Jersey. Devin has 5-years of experience as a fire apparatus technician previously
Fire & Safety Services will be closed on July 3, 2020 in observance of the 4th of July Holiday. As always our team will be available for out of service emergencies during this time. Have a happy and safe holiday weekend.
On November 8, 2019, Bill Stagg, a service technician for a little over 24 years with Fire & Safety Services. “We wish Bill the very best in retirement and whatever the next chapter brings for him,” Fire & Safety Services President David Russell commented. “His loyalty to Fire & Safety Services and his dedication to both us and our customers
On August 15, 2019, Congressman Frank Pallone and a member of his staff visited Fire & Safety Services. The offer to visit the business was extended by Fire & Safety Services President, David Russell, over the last few years during his visits to the Congressman’s Washington, DC office as part of the Congressional Fire Service Institute Hill Day. Mr. Russell
In observance of the Independence Day holiday, Fire & Safety Services will be closed July 4th and July 5th to give our staff some much need R&R with their families. We will be back open at normal business hours on July 8th. As always, our after hours out of service line will be available for departments that have out of
Pierce Manufacturing has announced a cross-country tour of apparatus for their 2019 Road Rally. Fire & Safety Services will be hosting the event on July 16, 2019 at the Burlington Township Fire Department from 4-8pm; and on July 17 at Veteran’s Park in Parsippany, NJ, also from 4-8pm. The Pierce Road Rally provides current and potential customers with the opportunity
It is with regret that Fire & Safety Services has accepted the resignation of Jim Phillips as our sales person for northern Monmouth County and our Sealegs products. Although he was only with us for a brief period of time, he had become a key part of our team. While we tried to find a workable solution, we couldn’t argue
https://www.firefighternation.com/articles/2019/03/white-house-recommends-cuts-to-fire-service-in-fy2020-budget.html?fbclid=IwAR3k7i2MeRsxg6v3fMt13a1_0EBji1cQW-aiCeoHu85ziC9QIUbTI-_7cHs Recently, President Trump released his Fiscal Year 2020 budget that will be taken up by Congress in the upcoming months. In it, the President proposed reductions in the two major fire service grants: the Aid to Firefighters Grant (AFG) for equipment, and Staffing for Adequate Fire & Emergency Response Grant (SAFER) for staffing. Unfortunately, this is nothing new.
It is with great sadness that we learned Tuesday, February 12, of the passing of Wayne Viegut. Wayne had battled cancer and other health issues for the last 9 years and finally succumbed to his ailments. Wayne was an integral member of the Fire & Safety Services’ team from the mid-1990’s through the mid 2000’s as our sales manager before