SIZE UP Magazine
SIZE UP is the quarterly magazine of the New York State Association of Fire Chiefs. The print edition of SIZE UP is mailed to over 10,000 members, as well as each of the 1,800-plus fire departments in New York state. The digital edition is available to emergency services personnel from around the world through our online archives.
Each issue of SIZE UP contains comprehensive feature articles from nationally renowned authors, instructors, and technical experts from across the United States. You’ll find articles that keep you abreast of important emergency services news, plus stories by industry professionals to assist you in fireground and fire department operations. Topics covered include leadership development, department administration, fireground tactics, new technologies, new training techniques, fire and life safety, and overviews of laws, regulations, and legislative matters pertinent to the emergency services.
SIZE UP also includes association updates from the president and executive director, as well as columns from NYSAFC’s committee members who are very active and proficient in diverse specialties within the emergency services industry, including EMS, public fire and life safety, firefighter training and education, special operations, haz-mat, technical rescue, and communication technology. These columns will keep you informed about association activities, events, and projects, as well as important New York state emergency services and government affairs news.
NYSAFC members have turned to SIZE UP for the latest association and New York state emergency services news since 1952.
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