Posts tagged with "Fire Service Culture"
‘It’s time to embrace a new culture – a culture of search and rescue’Have we gotten so consumed by firefighter-centric safety culture that we lost focus on the civilians under our watch?
Why firefighters choose unsafe actions when they know betterMitigating the negative influences of goal seduction, situation aversion and firefighter identity are critical to fostering a culture of safety
‘All that changed the second I became a father’: From salty dog to clean gear advocateI'm the first guy into the fray, but I’m also the first to scrub my helmet clean afterward, all so I will be around to raise my kids
Fireground toxins don’t care if you’re paid or volunteerHow volunteer departments can overcome challenges related to health mindset and limited PPE cleaning equipment
‘Ego eats brains’: Chief Brunacini’s lesson underscores the problem with dirty gearDoes dirty gear really show how capable a firefighter you really are?
A case study in ditching ‘Dirty Helmet Syndrome’ – and where we can still improveFour ways fire departments can continue the landslide of positive and productive behaviors to protect our members
Does dirty gear really matter that much?Chief Goldfeder takes on the issue of "Dirty Helmet Syndrome" and how much firefighters should be concerned with cleaning their gear
Digital Edition: Dirty Helmet SyndromeRedefining fire service pride and identifying the factors that drive firefighters to choose unsafe actions
Chad Costa considers why some firefighters are still afflicted with 'Dirty Helmet Syndrome'Exploring why some firefighters still glamorize dirty gear and unsafe actions, despite knowing the risks
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