CIRMA Solutions for Fire and Rescue Personnel
Protecting those who protect our communities.
Tailored training and education
CIRMA helps Connecticut’s fire and rescue personnel continue to be the best at what they do through tailored risk management services and customized training and education programs—all at no additional cost to CIRMA-member employees and volunteers.
Our new e-Learning programs offer the latest education and insights on existing and emerging issues to help prepare our local heroes to face the challenges of a changing world. CIRMA members enjoy access to robust and relevant eLearning courses delivered through our partnership with Vector Solutions, an award-winning training management system.
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Enterprise Risk Assessments for Fire Department Facilities
CIRMA Risk Management self-assessments help members identify loss exposures and risk drivers in specific municipal operations and track recommendations from a CIRMA Comprehensive Enterprise Risk Assessment. CIRMA’s Risk Management professionals will work closely with you to review self-assessments and examine alternative risk management techniques for managing your identified risk exposures.Get Started
Tailored Insurance Solutions
Fire and Rescue Personnel Accident Insurance
This valuable insurance program is available through our partnership with The Hartford Fire Insurance Company. Coverage is uniquely suited to provide fire and rescue (EMT) personnel the protection they need if they experience an accident while performing their duties. This highly- specialized insurance solution delivers the financial protection and peace of mind our local community heroes deserve.
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Don’t Miss Out: Cyber Assessments for CT Municipalities
New cyber assessment resources are available to help your public entity address evolving cybersecurity threats head-on.
Snow and Rain: A Recipe for Disaster
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Police Pursuit Policy Education and Awareness
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Block the Bait: Cyber Phishing Attacks
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Driving Safely in Winter Weather
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Still Using Weak Passwords? Do This Instead.
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Preventing Sprains & Strains
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