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APS Radio: Dan Noonan
Dan Noonan of the Fire Department of New York (FDNY) talks with host Jim Burneka about his involvement in the 1975 New York Telephone Exchange Fire and how it set the stage for better medical monitoring on large-scale incidents.
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"Forever Chemicals," Firefighter PPE, and the NFPA
Frank Ricci talks with Jim Burneka and Dr. Graham Peaslee about the NFPA open comment period for protective clothing.
Engine House Training
Gary Graf and other members of Engine House Training discuss mentoring in the engine house and how to pass on knowledge to new members.
The Future Firefighter: Dave Emanuel
Join host Chris Baker with guest Fire Chief Dave Emanuel as they discuss grounding, values, and organizational culture. During this episode, they discuss workplace bullying and how future firefighters can respect our house by extinguishing bullying in the fire service.
Larry Conley Radio Show with Special Guest: Robin Witherspoon
Robin Witherspoon is the widow of decorated firefighter, Captain Marvin Witherspoon. Marvin was a great man and firefighter. He would lend help to all who needed it. This dedication to others resulted in him neglecting himself. This neglect ultimately resulted in his demise. Larry and the GLiE Crew talk with Robin about her husband's life and the lasting impact of his lack of self care.
Firefighter Behavioral Health
Dr. Beth Murphy and company address issues related to firefighter health and mental well-being.
love the content but probuct is lacking
its a good listen except the audio is really poor. i am constantly adjusting the volume which sometimes stops me from listening. if they would fix the audio it would be 5 stars
Content is excellent. Audio needs a lot of improvement.
No clue about systemic racism
I wish you did more work on the systemic racism in the US. You painted a much rosier picture than many nonwhite, or people in poverty experience daily.
Since you love quotes - “Justice too late, is justice denied.”