The event is a no-fluff, all-meat time of discussion about the basics for firefighters and company officers.
Shared post from Ray McCormack asks if your ‘chatter’ blocks message of NIOSH lessons.
We as a service need to be able to handle the tough criticism that goes with working in a life and death environment.
There is a huge disconnect between what is needed in that smoke filled room and what people decide to learn and train on.
How’s that pledge thing working out for you?
If you were this officer, what would you put in the probie’s pockets?
Everyone went home so who the hell cares?
Maybe the fire service needs to stop being that parent who tells their child, ‘I’m going to count to three. One….two…three,’ and does nothing.
If your “accidental outcome” is that the fire went out and no one got hurt, you are hurtling down a path for disaster.
You’re cutting a hole for ventilation, not slicing off half a pound of Pimento loaf.