Occupational chemical hazards in the fire service are hypothesized to play a role in increased cancer risk, and reliable sampling technologies are necessary for conducting firefighter chemical exposure assessments. This study presents the military-style dog tag as a new configuration of silicone passive sampling device to sample individual firefighters’ exposures at one high and one low fire call volume department in a metropolitan area. The number of fire attacks a firefighter participated in was more strongly correlated with chemical hazard (PAH) concentrations than firefighter rank or years in the fire service.