This week The Firefighter Training Podcast asks the question, “Are You Smarter Than Your Instructor?” When you arrive at an incident scene are you operating by SOP or by habit? When is this incident not like the last one?
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast talks about the overuse and casual attitudes and behaviors that surround the word mentor.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast interviews Retired Chief Charles Werner and General Manager Forrest Wieder about an APP that will give you real time hazardous material and rail car contents across the US and Canada.
If You have rail in your community or respond mutual aid to a community that has rail, than this APP is for you.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast discusses the three choices that all of us have as firefighters, both in our own lives and on the job whether career, volunteer or on call.
This week the Firefighter Training Podcast Interviews Greg Howard who has experience as a career and an on-call firefighter in British Columbia.
I talk about the similarities and the differences between the US and Canada.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast looks at the phrase I Didn’t See That Coming and how it relates to activities on the job, incidents, in station activities and relationships.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast asks the question are you ready for the “Big One?” In each fire station everyone says tonight could be the night. If It is tonight will you be ready and how to you get ready?
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast discusses does your personality match your behavior in all of the roles in life that you have. If we took the names off some resumes would we know you by your actions.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast is talking with Rob Fling (Past Chief of the Dix Hills Fire Department on Long Island) about the importance of having your facepiece on at all incidents. This is designed to be a thought provoking episode.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast looks at the relationship and meaning of these three terms, and how they relate to you and your organization.