Maybe we don’t need to close the door, maybe we need to stop screwing around and just get water on the fire!
The fire, one which any of us could respond to, was located in the basement.
Until we accept the fact that what happens to them can happen to us, there will always be a reluctance to learn from the lessons of others.
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.
“We must constantly evaluate the environment we are in and try to determine if the conditions will allow us to continue with our task.”
Everyone went home so who the hell cares?
It is easy to look backwards at an event and say that things should have been done differently and there would have been another outcome.
If VSP is to reduce risk of injury and death it should apply to searching for the Golden Doodle, right?
Where is the disconnect? What about the message isn’t reaching every fire department? Why do we think we’re invincible?
“To provide a point of critical thought about certain acts and events in the fire service while incorporating behavioral education and commentary in a referenced format.”
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