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Not sure what exactly the topic will be, but sure something will come up. Who knows, might even get lucky and wrangle a guest for the show.
The chat room will be opened approximately 15 minutes before showtime and, as always, show notes (with a link to the archived show) will be available at http://www.festidbits.wordpress.com
This week we'll have Dale Loberger from High Performance EMS on our show talking about response times, how it affects the safety of first responders, and what can be done.
Tidbits from the world of Fire and Emergency Medical Services....
Join me in the chat room (open 10 minutes prior to show time) or call into the show (347) 996-3429.
A "Food For Thought" (or two)
Some Quiz Questions
A Summary of Jim Hoffman's Monday Minutes
A Safety Message (a 26 part series - This show we'll be on letter K).
And whatever else I come up with/have time for in the time constraints of one-half hour that I am limited to (Hey - it takes money, and therefore sponsors, to upgrade to a one hour show)
Join me this Sunday at 3pm Mountain Time for another FES Tidbits. I’ll be chatting about a little bit of this and that in the world of Fire & EMS (and possibly Safety & Police related topics), depending on what I glean throughout the week.
I Will try to include a summary of Jim Hoffman's Monday Minutes and a quick Safety Message (part of a 26 part series), and some NREMT “Quiz Questions”
The chat room will be opened approximately 10 minutes before showtime and, as always, show notes (with a link to the archived show) will be available (usually by the next day) at http://www.festidbits.wordpress.com
Join me for my weekly Blog Talk Show as I bring up a bit of this and that in the world of Fire, EMS, Police, and Safety (not all areas will be covered every show). Topics are based on whatever I come up with during the week as well as any guests I can get on the show.
Will include a summary of Jim Hoffman's Monday Minutes and a quick Safety Message (part of a 26 part series).
As always, show notes (with a link to the archived show) will be available at http://www.festidbits.wordpress.com
A Reminder that DST ends on this day.
This month I'll have Greg Friese from "everydayemstips" on discussing Mash-Ups and Training... How to gather content and Mash it and put together training for Fire/EMS.
Also possibly discuss why proper training is essential for Fire/EMS safety.
links to note:
On this very first edition of Middletown Historical Society Radio, host Andrew Morris welcomes Cam Petrocy Hammond to the broadcast to introduce you, our listener and neighbor, to the show. We will be discussing what you can expect from this new radio show and talking about the upcoming Historical Society Annual Dinner.
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The first show better than the second..... Now that's odd (isn't it suppose to be the other way around). Hey, running this show solo (without benefit of a co-host or helper) isn't the easiest thing in the world. Hopefully this next show will be smoother.
Join me Sundays at 3pm PST (6pm EST) for "Tidbits" in the world of Fire, EMS, Police, and Safety. Never know what I'll come up with during the week or who will (hopefully) call in.
Links to stories mentioned in the show will be available in the show notes posted after each show: http://www.festidbits.wordpress.com
Remember the three "S"s
I'll be talking a little bit about what I saw at the Tucson, AZ Stair-Climber event earlier in the morning. The actual stairclimb is only open for Firefighters (so I won't be able to join in that), but there is suppose to be a lot of other things available for supporting public.
Of course I'll have my Safety Message (This week will be D is for Danger) and any other tidbits of information I come up with.
You just never know what will come up on the show, so join me Sundays at 3pm PST.