This week on the Firefighter Training Podcast Lt. Mike Daley asks the question, Are You Good Enough? I talk with Lt. Daley about the fire instructor, the fire officer, and a little bit of thermal imaging discussion.
This week on the Firefighter Training Podcast I discuss how we make decisions and what influences those decisions.
This week the Firefighter Training Podcast talks about how to best interface with the Autistic population during emergencies.
This week the Firefighter Training Podcast talks about the NFPA and how to interact with them, and we discuss Personal Protective Gear.
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I Can’t Save You, But I’ll Die Trying
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Dr. Burton A. Clark, EFO has over four decades in the fire service at the local, county, state, national, and international levels. Burt has published more than 200 articles, 45 of which have been selected for his book.
I Can’t Save You, But I’ll Die Trying; The American Fire Culture is a collection of essays representing 45
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This week the Firefighter Training Podcast talks with Captain Andy Starnes about the tactical use of a thermal imaging camera.
We also introduce the new training website instructorjohndixon.com that we ask listeners to check out.
On this episode of The Firefighter Training Podcast I quickly review the new fire department leadership program I have developed and is ready for delivery. The Program is split into modules and offers a personnel and administrative side and an operational side for the new officer. Contact me if you would like to be considered for one of the pilot delivery sessions either online or in person.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast interviews Captain Michael Morse who is the author of the blog Rescuing Providence and also the book by the same name. This interview tales a look at the City of Providence RI though the eyes of an urban EMS provider.
This week’s episode of the Firefighter Training Podcast we talk about entry level preparation, and preparation to be a fire officer.
This week the Firefighter Training Podcast looks at firefighter nutrition. What we eat is the fuel for our bodies and has a tremendous impact on both how we feel and how we perform.
This episode of the Firefighter Training Podcast deals with a very serious topic about members who may be in some emotional distress because of the job, or factors in their life outside of the job. None of us would hesitate to help a brother or sister who called MAYDAY on the fireground, but what do we do with the thousands of silent MAYDAYS that are just as life threatening, but not being called.