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Tactical Safety for Firefighters: Risk a Lot, Save a Lot

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  ” It is the nature of firefighting to have risk thrust upon you.”   Shared post by Ray McCormack

Rhetorical Lesson No.12: Would Fewer Basics Work in Reducing Our LODDs?

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Is over a dozen too many for the upcoming and speed-reading generations?

Women and Children First by Dave LeBlanc

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Unselfish service toward others

Crew Resource Management for the Fireground by Dep. Chief Ron Ayotte

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Safety for the fire service begins in many places, converging at an incident

May 2014 On-Duty Deaths in Detail

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The good news is no one died on the fireground. The bad news is training is almost tied with last year

Remembrance and Our Purpose by Dave LeBlanc

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Did you forget why you signed up for this job? Maybe you should review the origin of ‘EGH’

Why We Search: Occupied Vacants in Chicago, Tucson and Vegas

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Proving once again that vacant and abandoned are just words

FEAR 2 by Ric Jorge

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Fixing Erroneous Automatic Recall   In my last article, we defined Fear, Anxiety and their power to run chaos in our mind, and looked at how to Face Everything And Run.

“FEAR” by Ric Jorge

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Forget Everything And Run or Face Everything And Rise The truth of the matter is, everyone gets scared. But when fear develops into anxiety around a function of your job (being a fireman) now we got problems. The biggest problem is not how did it occur, but how are we going to manage it? Lets identify: FEAR as an emotion caused by […]

February 2014 On-Duty Deaths in Detail

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Most died away from the scene than at the scene

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