“We Have a Situation; Are you Aware?”

Check out Taking it to the Streets with Christopher Naum on Firefighter NetCast.com tonight August 19th at 9pm ET with a live online radio call-in show addressing the most current issues affecting the Fire Service.

A number of recent incidents across the country resulted in significant multiple fire fighter injuries and in a line of duty death, coupled with the release of a number of recent incident and operational reports, it seems appropriate to dedicate a focused discussion on the emerging and prevailing issues related to situational awareness on the fireground and incident scene and its relationship to firefighter safety and operational integrity.

Tonight  Christopher Naum’s guests include Battalion Chief Matt Tobia with the Anne Arundel County, MD Fire Department, a metropolitan combination Fire / Rescue / EMS agency in Suburban Baltimore, MD and Battalion Chief Greg W. Collier, Mount Laurel Fire Department, NJ and NFFF/EGH Region II Advocate providing listeners with an insightful perspective on this emerging topic built upon the decades of experience both of these chief fire officers bring. Look forward to some great listener call-ins and participation.

Battalion Chief Matt Tobia with the Anne Arundel County, MD Fire Department

Battalion Chief Greg W. Collier, Mount Laurel Fire Department, NJ

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Check out the premiere show of Taking it to the Streets; “What’s on your Radar Screen” with featured guests Chief Billy Hayes (DCFD) and Chief Doug Cline (High Point FD, NC).

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