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Monthly Archives: July 2010
It’s impossible to know when a politician is sincere or when he is feigning indignity, but this guy expresses what a lot of us are feeling. Maybe the bill was bad. Maybe the procedure was bad. Maybe there were riders … Continue reading
The wonderful hazmat reference guide known as Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders (WISER) is now available as an app for iPhones and Blackberries. It’s free and can be tailored with a user profile for hazmat responders, first responders (I’m … Continue reading
It seems that a retired FDNY captain was killed on 9/11 working his new job as a fire safety guy at the WTC. The family wants his name on the memorial with all the FDNY members killed in the attack … Continue reading
As much as it may pain some fire officers to hear it, some child’s play at the station may actually be healthy and beneficial. I was reminded of this today while playing with my daughter. This moment of … Continue reading
Passed along without comment. No, I can’t resist a comment: WHAT THE F—?!?!?
Is this really what we want? En route to this future we are well on our way to abrogating all personal responsibility and obviating the need for company officers. This is a lazy approach to managing and leading safety.* Instead … Continue reading