Tag Archives: firefighter safety

Does This Helmet Make Me Look More Aggressive?

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  A unique poll by the Los Angeles Fire Department                   Yesterday on Twitter the Los Angeles Fire Department asked followers which helmet should they purchase. The options were the current ‘contemporary’ helmet or the ‘traditional’ helmet and if they should be either yellow or black.

Selling Risk Management Poorly

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Details are key for the lessons we need to learn  

One Out of 93

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It was a good and bad year for the U.S. fire service  

The Rescue Mindset

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Doubling down on the fire service mission   Ladder Company 175 had used their aerial ladder to ventilate this window at an all-hands fire, with reports of people trapped, at 3218 Fulton Street in Highland Park, Brooklyn. (Lloyd Mitchell photo) Shawn Donovan and Dave LeBlanc   “He who whets his steel, whets his courage” ― […]

Feeding Courage Starves Fear

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Focusing on fear won’t create a safer fire service  

On-Duty Deaths and Advancing Hoselines in 2016

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  A closer look at reported firefighter fatality on the hoseline data  

Is it right? No, but it is real.

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  No one at all can say they operate in complete, perfect safety  

Absolutes

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  What kind of mindset are we in when we go out the door?

A Fire Culture Examination

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  A review of “I Can’t Save You But I’ll Die Trying”

The 9 Most Dangerous Things That Firefighters Do

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  One view of some of the dangers we face

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