Who's Who in Fire Protection
The National Fire Heritage Center's Who's Who in Fire Protection is the de facto list of people who are making a difference every day in the North American Fire Protection disciplines. This includes Combat Firefighters and Officers, as well as people in Fire Prevention, Fire Protection Engineering, Fire Training, Fire Equipment and Fire Truck Manufacturing/Sales, Wildland Fire, Military Fire, Industrial Fire, Fire Researchers, ARFF, Regulators and Standards Writers, Authors, Emergency Managers, Dispatchers, EMS Responders, and anyone else in the broadest sense of fire protection.
Why the National Fire Heritage Center? The NFHC are the official historians of fire protection. Today's best examples of people in fire protection are the people that researchers in the future will be interested in. Those people who are making a difference at the Local, State, Regional, and Federal levels are essential to capture not only for the future but also for these people to become visible for their peers to know about various subjects. These are the "go-to" people in fire protection.
Being listed in the Who's Who in Fire Protection is not only important from a historical standpoint, it's your opportunity to showcase yourself or your team. The certificate is not only suitable for framing, but it is also a good thing to have in your file or on your resume.
How does it work? People in Fire Protection are self-identified and submit their information and photo to the NFHC through the easy to fill out form. If you are not able to complete the form in one sitting, you can come back to it later.
Once the completed Who's Who enrollment form has been reviewed and activated you can send a press release to your local media. You will also receive via email a frameable certificate stating that you have been registered in Who's Who in Fire Protection.
Take this opportunity now to be listed in Who's Who in Fire Protection.
Visit the websites below to begin the process for your listing: