This week The Firefighter Training Podcasts discusses looking back on your knowledge, training, experience and certainly your effort that you gave this past year. More importantly and honest look back provides for a better diving board platform as you jump into the new pool of 2019.
Happy New Year to All!
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast talks about the quote that is attributed to Einstein that says the definition of insanity is completing the same action over and over and expecting different results.
I have a conversation with Joe Starnes from Kill The Flashover Project and we venture into a variety of fire service areas.
This is not a fireground operational episode.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast looks at everything to do with SOPs or SOGs as some like to call them.
What are they, how do you format them, what is their purpose, and how to review and revise them are all topics that are discussed.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast interviews Assistant Chief Joseph Pronesti from Elyria Ohio and we have a special no cost training offer for your department. We are offering 3 free size up and simulation training to 3 departments. Offer valid until December 31, 2018.
This is a must listen if you want a chance to have 2 experienced fire officers help train your folks.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast looks at another book in the making and I ask the listeners to be contributors if they wish. All of us must have a favorite firehouse story of some shenanigans going on in the firehouse. Jon and Jeremy are compiling a list of the greatest. Help them out!
This week the Firefighter Training Podcast Looks at hazardous materials response from the various states of matter. This episode discusses that in addition to identification and zones and everything else that we have been taught the form of the material might be the biggest determination of how we respond.
This episode is operational.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast talks about national standards, a little bit about ISO and what to do if you cannot meet these standards even if you try.
We also ponder the question can there really be a national standard for operations when fire departments are so diverse in size, geography and resources.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast answers the question Who Are Those People on your Fireground. By listening to this episode you have a bit of a mental preplan of who is going to show up on your scene. You wont have time to manage or process this while on scene, but thinking about it today might help.
This episode is about fireground operations.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast talks with Retired Fire Chief Robert Warren of the Cranston RI Fire Department about fires and emergencies in prisons, jails, and courthouses.
This is an operational episode.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast looks at three words used to change your attitudes and behaviors, can have an impact on your entire organization....and maybe even your life!
The First time, the only time, and the last time.