Now Cancer Has Something To Fear


The Firefighter Cancer Consultants, LLC was established in late 2014. We have assisted Fire Departments across the country to establish or enhance their Firefighter Cancer Awareness, Prevention, and Support programs.

Firefighter Cancer Consultants can provide training for your department members that includes a Firefighter Cancer Awareness, Prevention, and Support module.

Trainings are personalized for each Fire Department, including specialized  training for:

  • Company Officers
  • Command Staff
  • Recruit Firefighters
  • Train the Trainer

Committed to Improving FireFighter Health and Safety

The Firefighter Cancer Consultants, LLC will visit your department to evaluate your fire stations, and review your department policies/procedures. We will compose an individualized plan for your department with items that will help decrease your member’s risk of being diagnosed with Firefighter occupational cancer.

References and Testimonials

“Mr. Burneka instructed our personnel in Occupational Cancer Awareness on all three 24 hour shifts. These trainings are very important in helping our personnel understand their risks are increasing but there are ways to reduce the risk of exposure. This training also created buy-in on our department and helped change the culture towards a safer way of doing business. Our culture now is much more geared towards healthy living and safer working practices. Additionally, the Union and Fire Administration are working together towards this common goal. Together we were able to secure free skin exams from a local dermatologist group and stressed the importance of full physical exams. This initiative helped three of our members find cancers very early-on. All three are well today!

“I cannot stress enough how important it is to proactively change the culture of your fire department. I highly recommend Firefighter Cancer Consultants for fire departments that are serious about the safety and health of their personnel. Our hope is that when a Kettering firefighter retires, he or she will enjoy a long and happy retirement. The personalized Action Plan and training provided by FCC was invaluable in providing the tools necessary to make the essential changes to the Kettering Fire Department which will decrease the risk to our members from receiving an occupational cancer diagnosis.”


Mike Miller

Assistant Chief

Contact: (937) 604-3611