This week we acknowledge 3 LODD and we review a recent NIOSH report to see how these reports can serve as the basis for action within our own departments.
The NIOSH report in entirety can be found HERE.
This week special Guest Ellen Rossano and I discuss social media use.
We look at the organization use, interaction with the media, and personal use by members.
This one is not a “tactical” fire service training in any way, but more of an administrative look at this interesting topic.
Contact information for Ellen is Included in the episode. firstname.lastname@example.org
This week’s podcast radio show and be found HERE, LISTEN NOW.
Firefighter LODD Gene Kirchner, Reistertown Maryland
Fire service words and terms and some commentary and information you can use in your own department.
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This week a discussion on the considerations of a structural fire size up.
This week’s episode, 3 single LODDs from earlier this month, and the 11 or 12 LODD from West Texas explosion
Talk about West Texas and preplanning target hazards in your community and learning about Ammonium Nitrate.
Some discussion about the Boston Marathon, operating with police agencies in tactical scenarios and lessons to be learned.
Preventing the mayday and what to teach firefighters, and more.
Special guests Fire Chief Jim Blanchard (Retired) from Saugus Mass discusses some fire service facts, legends, and lore.
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The Maltese Cross
The Jenks Engine
The Civil War and Zouaves
The Bell Cap
The Pompier ladder
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Some Current Events
(2) LODD Binghamton NY and Philadelphia
Hidden Dangers of garage fires
Baltimore Mayor vs Union
Dallas Helmet Cam Video issue
Renewed sifting of debris from 9/11
FDNY EMS vs. PD in ambulance
Md. Engine taking wrong turn to a fatal fire.
Tactical Rules for the Fireground
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This week we discuss some current events and the RIT timeline and crew survivability.
Coventry RI Fire Department being dissolved
Fire engineering Forcible entry drill and Oxygen and smoking fire in Massachusetts
Another FDNY EMS Lt. In trouble on social media and more hate speak in support of him
Utica NY FD SUV accident
Missouri chief seriously hurt in tanker roll over
DC firefighters take a vote of no confidence in their chief
Ice smashing an engine windshield in Wayne Twp Indiana
Dayton Ohio Captain struck while operating on the roadway.
More from Firegeezer about dangerous roadway operations.
Ekom South carolina fire station burns
LODD of NJ wildland FF Jeff Scheurer age 35.
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Well we made it we had a successful first episode and on to #2!
You can listen to this week’s episode HERE
This weeks show is about 30 minutes and it covers the following:
Some current events from the last week
FDNY Commissioner Son tweeting FDNY EMS
Miami Dade FD confrontation with Videographer
California Engine crash
Problems in DC
The Mesilla Fd in New mexico gives up stipends for new truck
Detroit FD stations getting robbed
Snake set on fire, revenge!
RI Legislator introduces a bill to make fire inspections every 10 years.
The training segment is the fire suppression timeline.
Just a tip on using the radio show, you can drag the bar along the timeline and listen to just the training portion or any segment you like. Take notes during the training segments and rewind and clarify anything you need.
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We have lined up some guests for interview style format to break things up a bit and they should start with. Episode 4,
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I just launched a new radio show today about firefighter training. It may not be for everybody but I want to try and provide all forms of media.
This first episode is about 23 minutes long, but has a bunch of preliminary stuff explaining what is going on, before the actual training segment.
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After listening I already have some modifications to make but I am satisfied with my first attempt. Maybe the luck of the Irish will be with me.
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