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One of the more dangerous places for firefighters to operate is on roadways, and there have been numerous recent fatalities involving responders who are struck during extrication and rescue operations. Some departments have designated... more

Dr. Beth Murphy discusses all things mental health and wellness regarding the fire service.

James Johnson discusses building construction developments and fire codes and how they impact fire and firefighter safety. In this episode, James is joined by fellow members of The Roof Perv group--Stephen Tyler, Bill Knight, and Robbie... more

Host Tom Merrill explores issues and challenges faced by the volunteer firefighter today. Being a professional firefighter has nothing to do with earning a paycheck but has everything to do with attitude, appearance, commitment and... more

Nick Papa and David Polikoff explore the intersection of politics and fire tactics. Tonight we will talk basement and attic fires with special guests.

Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical instituted CAPE, a Cardiac Arrest Protocol for Excellence with a significant improvement in their cardiac arrest patient care processes and better outcomes. In this episode of Firemedically Speaking, show... more

Join Jeremy Hurd, a fire captain and chaplain, as he talks about how and why a chaplain program is important to the fire service. On tonight's show, Jeremy is joined by guest Angie Hughes of Women in Fire to discuss the... more

In this "Pride and Ownership" archive from 2009, host Rick Lasky talks firefighter safety with Billy Goldfeder. This podcast originally aired on April 2, 2009.

Ron Kanterman and Tom Aurnhammer talk fire service current events, leadership, and much more.

(Second of a three part series.) Andy was medically retired from the Lewisville Fire Department after being injured in a house fire on August 12, 2012. Tonight, we sit down with Andy and Amanda Allison to dive deeper into Andy's injury... more

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