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Why Drew Hughes Died with Brad Dean and David Hughes

7/12/2018
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Drew Hughes died after an ET tube was improperly inserted while he rode in an ambulance. He had been injured in a skateboarding accident, but anoxia caused by the intubation error killed him. On this episode, we hear from his father about the Do It For Drew foundation he and his wife started to keep medical treatment errors from happening, and Bradley Dean, a battalion chief over a training division, about the mistakes made and learning from them.

Duration:00:27:49

A Look Back at 100 Episodes with Scott Orr

7/9/2018
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In celebration of our official 100th episode of Code 3, Scott pulls back the curtain to give you a quick look at how we got here. Join us!

Duration:00:11:33

Bullies and Harassment in the Fire Service with I. David Daniels

7/5/2018
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Bullying and harassment within the fire service isn’t talked about very much, but it happens. Find out what it will take to stop this destructive (and expensive) behavior as guest co-host Rhonda Orr joins Scott to discuss the problem with I. David Daniels.

Duration:00:21:29

From L.A. to Wyoming with Kevin Grange

7/2/2018
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Kevin Grange is a firefighter/paramedic in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. But he used to work as a paramedic in Los Angeles. In this episode of code 3, he explains the differences—and why he loves where he works now.

Duration:00:16:54

Granite Mtn Hotshots Memorial in Prescott AZ

6/30/2018
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On June 30, 2018, the fifth anniversary of the LODD of 19 members of the Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew at Yarnell Hill, a memorial ceremony was held in Prescott, Arizona, their home base. The brief ceremony commemorated their loss and celebrated their lives. This is the event.

Duration:00:16:23

Re-thinking rehab with Tim Nowack

6/28/2018
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Rehab is often given a lower priority than it should be, says our guest this time, Tim Nowack. He’s got some ideas about how to change that attitude., as well as a new acronym for more effective rehab operations.

Duration:00:20:49

Running to Remember with Jose Zambrano

6/25/2018
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It has now been five years since 19 members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots were killed fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire in Arizona. Jose Zambrano, a firefighter from El Seguno California began a run to the Hotshots’ memorial in Yarnell. Fireman Joe is running the way he has run many other such treks: in full-turnout gear.

Duration:00:11:46

NFPA 2017 LODD Report with Marc Bashoor

6/22/2018
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SPECIAL EDITION: The NFPA released its annual firefighter LODD report, and, while deaths are down, Chief Marc Bashoor says this is no time to get complacent.

Duration:00:16:13

Understanding NFPA 3000 with John Montes

6/21/2018
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The NFPA has issued a new standard – NFPA 3000 (PS), Standard for an Active Shooter/ Hostile Event Response (ASHER) Program. The NFPA’s John Montes joins Scott to explain why it was needed and what it includes on this edition of Code 3.

Duration:00:16:36

Watch What You Eat with Dr. Susie Day

6/18/2018
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Sure, firefighters work out a lot, but that still doesn’t make a poor diet all right. Dr. Susie day has been working on a study of what firefighters eat, and its’ not encouraging. Find out what you should be eating on this episode.

Duration:00:12:12

A Cautionary Tale with Dennis Rubin

6/14/2018
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In October, 2007, a crew of four Washington, DC firefighters nearly lost their lives in a preventable accident while fighting a house fire. Dennis Rubin was the Chef of DCFD at the time, and he joins us to explain what went wrong and why.

Duration:00:29:10

Tips for Incident Commanders with Jason Hoevelman

6/11/2018
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There’s an art to being a great incident commander, and Jason Hoevelmann stops by Code 3 to talk with Scott about what it takes, and what not to do.

Duration:00:24:56

Are You Afraid to be Alone With Your Thoughts? with Jada Hudson

6/7/2018
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If you’re like a lot of firefighters, you stay busy. That’s productive, right? But what if you’re staying busy to keep from dealing with emotional problems? That’s not so good. On this episode, therapist Jada Hudson explains why firefighters need to have some time to do … nothing.

Duration:00:15:41

SLAB SAVERS with Jesse Quinalty

6/4/2018
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In a world with SLICE-RS. RECEO, and REVAS, comes a new and potentially better acronym: SLAB SAVERS, Jesse Quinalty’s solution to firefighting mnemonics. Find out what it means on this episode.

Duration:00:20:34

What Burn Buildings Can Teach and What They Can't with David Rhodes

5/31/2018
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Burn buildings are part of every firefighter’s training, but how worthwhile are they? What do we learn in them, and are those things valuable? David Rhodes explains why burn buildings aren’t always the best way to learn real-world tactics and how to fix that.

Duration:00:21:24

Ballistic Vests for Firefighters with Kane Nixon

5/28/2018
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One of the unfortunate changes the fire service has seen in the last few years is a move toward equipping firefighters with ballistic vests and body armor. It’s a reality, though, and Kane Nixon tells us why his department issues them.

Duration:00:11:50

Better Than "First, Do No Harm" with Mike Rubin

5/24/2018
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What if there was a better standard for prehospital care than “First, Do No Harm?” Mike Rubin offers some alternative phrases that might make you think twice when you’re treating a patient.

Duration:00:18:32

Interagency Cooperation at Active-Shooter Scenes with Jim Morrissey

5/21/2018
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As active-shooter incidents become more common, firefighters are being asked to do EMS rescues in some situations that they never used to enter. Jim Morrissey explains how interagency cooperation will work in the current atmosphere of hazards.

Duration:00:21:38

When You Get Passed Over for a Promotion with Matt Tobia

5/17/2018
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There’s been a lot written on how to advance in the fire service, but not as much on what to do when you’re passed over for a promotion. Matt Tobia offers some tips for doing better the next time.

Duration:00:24:41

Using a Deck Gun on a House Fire with Paul Shapiro

5/14/2018
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There’s a certain sector of the fire service that advocates just slamming a fire with overwhelming water and getting an instant knockdown. Firmly in that camp is Paul Shapiro, who has been known to use a deck gun on some residential structure fires.

Duration:00:15:00