Win a Streamlight Survivor Flashlight

MnFIRE training gives departments valuable information to keep their firefighters safe and protected from the three problems most commonly experienced by those in the fire service: cardiac, emotional trauma and cancer. If you participate in a MnFIRE Training session and complete a quick and easy six-question Course Evaluation Survey through a link we’ll provide at the end of the session, you’ll be entered into a drawing for a Streamlight Survivor flashlight (MSRP: $60).

These ultra-tough lights were built for firefighters and designed to see through smoke. Along with the chance to take home your very own Streamlight, your feedback will also help us make improvements to the courses. Each week, we’ll choose a new winner.

Congratulations to the following winners of our weekly drawing for a Streamlight Survivor flashlight:

Dan Bolton – Dover
Caleb Hovde – Leroy
Josh Jungers – Bird Island
Brandon Huls – Kandiyohi
Lily Sunnarborg – Fredenberg
Dustin Anderson – Victoria
Will Fischer – Virginia
Michael Horst – Ridgeway

We really appreciate the input and ideas from these winners and the hundreds of participants who have already filled out our survey!

Sign up your department for training here.

Thanks to a grant from the Fire Service Advisory Committee (FSAC), MnFIRE trainings, including general awareness training and deep dive sessions on cardiovascular disease, emotional wellness, and cancer, are being offered both virtually and in-person at no cost to Minnesota fire departments through June 30, 2021. Become MnFIRE Aware and potentially add your name to the list of winners above!

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The fire service comes with its own unique stress, and the important work we do can quickly weigh on us emotionally. But confidential peer support, counseling sessions with specialized mental health professionals and other mental health resources are always available to Minnesota firefighters and their families, at no cost to them through the MnFIRE Assistance Program.

For more information or for help, call 888-784-6634 or visit mnfireinitiative.com/hhap/#MAP.

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Thank you to the dedicated firefighters at home in Minnesota, and around the world, who sacrifice so much to serve and protect their communities.

We show our support on #InternationalFirefightersDay, and every day, by providing the physical and mental health resources they need to prioritize and protect their health against cardiovascular disease, emotional trauma and cancer.
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Thank you to the dedicated firefighters at home in Minnesota, and around the world, who sacrifice so much to serve and protect their communities.

We show our support on #InternationalFirefightersDay, and every day, by providing the physical and mental health resources they need to prioritize and protect their health against cardiovascular disease, emotional trauma and cancer.
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