While you are on No Duty work status (Possibly Limited Duty also, in some cases) you will receive Temporary Income Benefits (TIBS) from York, these benefits are paid on a weekly basis.
This website supports the “Take No Smoke” campaign and shares information on the Boston Fire Departments efforts to mitigate exposures.
Video from Dr. Mike Evans entitled “23 and 1/2 hours: What is the single best thing we can do for our health?”
NBC-DFW News report entitled "I'm Not Giving Up": Firefighters Battling Cancer & Worker's Comp Denials
The IAFF presented two webcasts on two of the biggest issues in the fire service today - the increased risk for occupational cancers and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) at the Affiliate Leadership Training Summit (ALTS) in Anaheim, California.
The San Antonio Fire Department along with their Local 624 IAFF posted a video entitled “Our Battle with Cancer”
Assessment of Ambient Exposures Firefighters Encounter While at the Fire Station: An Exploratory Study