This episode is about the medical mayday and what takes place after the firefighter has been rescued by RIT. We also discuss REHAB, and more importantly PREHAB.
This is a great episode about subject matter that is not widely discussed, don’t miss it!
Captain Joe Pronesti shares his experience and expertise with us as he discusses major fire operations in an older downtown section of Main St. America. The information applies to any department of any size and the specifics of these older occupancies are discussed with the tactics that might be used to handle the problem.
This powerful episode from Retired Police Officer George Brown is something that all first responders can relate to. In addition he has created a product to symbolize the discussion here.
This is worth the listen for all first responders.
Chief Dunn shares his experiences as a responder of the first engine on the second alarm at this tragic fire that took the lives of 12 FDNY members.
Stay tuned until the end where Chief Dunn gives 11 tips for being a good firefighter. Great for new firefighters or firefighters at any level.
October 17, 1966 55-598
Killed in the line of duty
DC Thomas A Reilly, Division .3
BC Walter J Higgins, Battalion. 7
Lt John J Finley, Ladder 7
Lt Joseph Priore, Engine 18
Fr John G Berry, Ladder 7
Fr James V Galanaugh, Engine 18
Fr Rudolph F Kaminsky, Ladder 7
Fr Joseph Kelly, Engine 18
Fr Carl Lee Ladder, 7
Fr William F McCarron, Division 3
Fr Daniel L Rey, Engine 18
Fr Bernard A Tepper, Engine 18
This week we talk about the title quotation and how it applies to fire training, the NIST and UL studies, interacting with others and tactics and strategy on the fireground.