Rockland County Welcomes 42 New Graduates from Firefighter 1 Training Program

Rockland County has enhanced its emergency response capabilities with the graduation of 42 individuals from its Firefighter 1 class. The new firefighters completed a rigorous training program, preparing them with vital skills for their roles in protecting the community.

The intensive training covered essential firefighting techniques, rescue operations, hazardous material handling, and emergency medical procedures. Local officials praised the graduates for their dedication and hard work, highlighting the importance of their contribution to the county’s safety.

With the addition of these skilled professionals, Rockland County’s fire departments are better equipped to respond to emergencies and ensure public safety. The county continues to demonstrate its commitment to public safety and the preparation of its emergency responders.

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