This week The Firefighter Training Podcast talks about emergencies at Day Care Centers, whether they be the licensed or unknown to your agency. The greater than normal life hazard will have an impact in your operations and resources required.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast discusses the messages that you can send to the IC to make them take action to assist your efforts on the interior…(Or exterior for that matter.) The premise of this episode is to help you say things that will make the incident commander take action, rather than saying message received!
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast offers a few Thanksgiving Messages and thoughts for Firefighters, Paramedics, EMTs, and Police Officers.
Full Episode next week.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast asks some very difficult questions that will require and internal personal review to get the answers.
Think about these and others and figure out if you have a valid, good answer. Also figure out what you can change within yourself so that you never have to answer them!
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast offers up a little humor. What if a firefighters side job, collided with their firefighting assignment….let’s say maybe a dispatcher? What could go wrong?😀
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast looks at how to make decisions, and what might be some options to achieve realistic fireground goals with the limitations of personnel and resources available in your department.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast talks about the Phrase “Time to get ready” from a response context, a preparation for duty context, and a preplan for life situations.
Today is the day the you should take Time to Get Ready in all facets of the job, and in life!
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast calls upon the expertise of Battalion Chief Eric Norberg of The West Warwick RI Fire Department, to review all things related to managing a carbon monoxide incident.
This week on The Firefighter Training Podcast We interview a photojournalist who worked in the Providence RI area and beyond. We get a perspective that we do not normally have. Bob is a true professional and has responded to hundreds if not thousands of fires and some major incidents such as 9/11, Sandy Hook. The station Nightclub, the Boston Bombing, just to name a few
Bob also created a promotional video for the providence fire department during “the old days” when fires were plentiful and he was shooting actual video tape
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast talks with Providence Firefighter Dan Rinaldi about some of the preliminary information available on Lithium Battery Fires. We offer suggestions, areas to gather more information, and ask that our friends from overseas give us some input on the topic.
Take a listen!