BlogTalkRadio uses cookies. By using our services, you're agreeing to our Cookies Policy. Got it

Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.




Follow This Show

Stay in the know about new episodes and updates.
Fire Engineering Magazine's been devoted to the training interests of firefighters since 1877. Listen to our lineup of podcasts featuring hosts from around the fire service.

On-Demand Episodes

Hosts Frank Ricci and P.J. Norwood talk to Mahlon Mitchell, candidate for IAFF General President. Frank and P.J. are also joined by Bobby Halton to speak with Sean Mitchell about forever chemicals in firefighter PPE and IAFF... more

Host Jim Burneka talks with his guests about upcoming International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Resolutions focused on PFAS. Sean Mitchell from Nantucket Local 2509, Jason Burns from Fall River Local 1314, and Ron Glass... more

Host Joe Pronest talks with Will Thalheimer of the Derry (NH) Fire Department about his recent FireRescue article on duplexes. Read... more

Chris Naum has a primer on the anatomy of building construction.

Host Steve Hamilton talks about responding to scenes of violence with Sheriff Leon Lott of the Richland County (SC) Sheriff's Department.

Bill Carey, editor of FirefighterNation, looks back at some of the lessons and trends we can glean from firefighter fatality data from last year.... more

Anthony Avillo and Jim Duffy speak with Jay Dixon of the Torrington (CT) Fire Department on training and working around COVID-19 limitations. The best way to keep up with Fire Engineering? Get our regular e-Newsletter:... more

How does your fire department gather, access, and use prefire intelligence? Bill Gustin, Clark Lamping, Dan Shaw, and other members of the panel weigh in on prefire planning, maintaining lines of communication with your... more

Rob Fisher talks with Dan DeGryse and Mike Gagliano about traversing the transition from the fire service to retirement. The best way to keep up with Fire Engineering? Get our regular e-Newsletter:

Jeff Wallin, Craig Nelson, and Dane Carley discuss Incident Command overload. Sponsored by UniMac: