10 hours later a excavator takes off Side Alpha.
“There’s a void for me, come here, you’ll see it. All I need is air, bro.” Lt. Howie Carpluk, E.42 FDNY
“We’ve been to tons of fires like that before.” Boston firefighter Michael Feeney
Texas fire department takes a bad fire and makes it your educational opportunity.
Detroit firefighter Dan Adams does a bit of extra credit before heading in for lessons at the academy.
Quick work keeps firefighters from having to haul victim back over piles toward doorway.
Just like proper overhaul keeps us from coming back for a rekindle, good follow-through in wellness will keep you from falling back on old habits.
All the resources and support don’t mean a thing if you don’t take the actual steps to get in there and become healthier.
Just like the fireground, your wellness program needs a game plan.
There is plenty of support to keep you going, even if you’re the only one on the shift who doesn’t want to be a heart attack statistic.