This week The Firefighter Training Podcast talks with Jon Metz and Jeremy Olsen about the book and some of the contents. Also they have provided a discount code until Christmas!
This week on The Firefighter Training Podcast we look at some notes and quotes that I thought could relate to the fire service (as well as life in general)
Leave some feed back if it is worth doing again!
This week on The Firefighter Training Podcast we talk about High Rise Firefighting, standpipes, some tactics and SOPs that can be used in these situations.
This week on The Firefighter Training Podcast we discussed the personal discipline required to always be your best.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast takes a look at a Mr. Rogers quote and indicates how it might help us in our own lives, departments.
You leave something behind in every interaction with others.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast reviews a case history that occurred 23 years ago on October 24, 1997.
There are many lessons to be learned that can be applied to your department.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast talks about Day Care Centers. I discuss how to locate, how to training their staff and what resources and command structure you need to deal with them. We also acknowledge and remember the anniversary of the 23rd street fire which took the lives of 12 FDNY firefighters.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast looks at fire department actions that we can do after the fire is out but before we leave the scene. This episode is focused not only on helping the occupants but stuff we can be doing operationally.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast talks about practical and consistent fire prevention messages for your department. These messages were first pointed out in a movie from the mid seventies called “Plan to Get Out Alive” sponsored by McDonalds and First Alert.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast talks about large warehouse fire operations and gives and overview of the LODD of Battalion Chief John Tvedten of Kansas City Missouri in December of 1999.