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The CMC Podcast is a platform for well-informed, collaborative and open minded conversations around rope rescue and rope access topics in a roundtable discussion format. Our aim is to inspire further research, testing and feedback around products and techniques through stories and lessons from experts. For more information visit www.CMCPro.com
 
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FDNY Foundation

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The FDNY Pro podcast brings together professionals and experts in the field of Fire and EMS, offering their firsthand knowledge and experience. Hear from the pros as they discuss what they’ve learned on the front lines.
 
Firefighters are problem solvers whose role requires them to be on their best day whilst others are having their worst day, and while we do not claim to be perfect we are willing to put our lives on the line to try. It’s during the trying that we continue to develop the mindset, tactics, and training that allow us to be effective, safe and successful where it’s needed the most, and by sharing our experiences we hope that it may help other Fire Departments in creating what works for them. Sta ...
 
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RescuMed

Melissa Parker

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RescuMed offers listeners education in trauma management as it pertains to different types of rescue. Rope rescue emergencies, confined space, hazardous materials, auto extrication, swift or flood water rescue, trench, structural collapse, and more.
 
Ready to get in the best shape of your life? Join NYT Bestselling Author Abel James to upgrade your performance, mental strength, and longevity. Featuring cutting-edge conversations with thought leaders in Performance Nutrition, Intermittent Fasting, Strength Training, Longevity, Mindset, and much more. Winner of 4 awards and rated #1 in Health in 8+ countries with over 50+ million downloads.
 
Ronin is comprised primarily of current or former military and emergency services personnel. Rescue and Safety is what we do! It is our profession and our passion. Our staff have performed rescues in some of the worst conditions imaginable. We have seen the negative side of accidents and incidents knowing full well that with proper communication, procedure and training the majority of them are preventable. Our RescueCast is to talk about our procedures, issues in the rescue industry and othe ...
 
Industrial Safety isn’t something to fool around with. But that doesn't mean you need to torture yourself reading regulations and standards written for rocket scientists. There's a better way to keep up with the best safety practices pertaining to the hazards you face daily. Dave and Bacon's Safety Tales brings you weekly advice, news, interviews with industry leaders and real life safety stories from people who don't write about safety for a living. They live it.
 
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E153 - 9/11 , Rope Rescue Scenario and FR Medical This week we looked back on 9/11. We discussed what that means to us after 20 years. We went on to discuss our recent scenario that had a patient over embankment and then a second water rescue drowning was toned out half way through. WHO WE ARE As a group of Rural Volunteer Firefighters, our Fire De…
 
E155 - Auto X Training, Ag. Tractor Roll Over and Out of The Box Techniques This week we talked about an Auto X course Todd attended put on by DYNAMIC RESCUE. We go on to discuss a technical rescue call for a patient trapped under a rolled Agriculture Tractor with a mower attached. This seen the crew have to think of their feet and come up with som…
 
E154 - Expanding Your Training. Interior vs. Exterior ops and Apparatus To Suit Your Needs This week we talked about Heebville NS’s take on a ladder truck. Interior vs Exterior only ops department and training above your level of service. WHO WE ARE As a group of Rural Volunteer Firefighters, our Fire Department has built our firefighter training f…
 
This week we chat with Mac Northeast the inventor of the Mac Pro and the Ladder Safe Leash. We chat about how these products came about, one from an accident Mac witnessed, the testing process and the evolution of the products. If you are keen to get your hands on them check out. www.mac-pro.com.au and Ladder Safe Leash on Face book.…
 
If you're looking to get rid of stubborn fat, animal protein is often one of the most powerful tools to help you reach and maintain a healthy body composition for a lifetime. And I'm pleased to say that joining us on the show today is Dr. Gabrielle Lyon...By Abel James, FatBurningMan.com
 
E152 - Competency VS Compliance, and Callsigns for Life This week we discussed Competency VS Compliance. Book Smart vs real world experience and how to bridge the two through proper training. We wrap up with a discussion on Callsigns for life, and the pros and cons getting away from using Names on fire grounds and using a numerical callsign. WHO WE…
 
EP151 - Wild land Forestry Deployment Update and Regional Task Force Teams This week we discussed some of the things that happened over our 4 week deployment between all of the crews. Things we learned, liked and adopted moving forward. We went on and talked about future regional Task Force teams and what that may look like. WHO WE ARE As a group o…
 
In September 2020, FDNY firefighters Jairo Sosa (Ladder 34) and Abe Miller (Ladder 23) performed a life-saving roof rope rescue, saving a child at a fire in Washington Heights for which they earned well-deserved medals at this year’s Medal Ceremony held in June. The firefighters discuss […]By FDNY Foundation
 
EP150 - Team 3 Deployment, Rookies Right of Passage and Firefighter Games at Local Resort This week we sent out our 3rd team on structure protection duty on the White Lake Fire currently mapping at 81 thousand Hectares. We discussed an annual trip to the LakeSide Resort where we run a 2 line hose relay , an auto x demo where we get involvement from…
 
0:08 What is GRIMP? 1:43 How GRIMP North America came to be. 13:33 Training for provided CMC gear. 16:45 What was it like to be a participant at the first GRIMP North America? 19:30 How did GRIMP change the way you operate afterwards? 24:45 If given the opportunity, would you participate in the event again? 25:40 What's in the works for GRIMP North…
 
EP149 - Structure Protection Units , Wild land Fire Fighting and being Fire Smart This week we discussed one of the many forest fires in British Columbia. Focusing on Logan Lake fire at 60 thousand hectares, where current Fire Chief Doug Wilson and past Chief Dan Leighton pre planned and fire smarted the town , adding Structure Protection Units to …
 
This week we sit down with Ali Rugg, to talk about the reality of working away in rope access, it could be on regular swings , shut down work or just stand alone projects.How do you deal with it and how it affects family. Ali and I have known each other for nearly 3 decades, so a little trip down memory lane was inevitable.…
 
0:07 Introductions 0:48 How does CMC decide what products to develop and focus on? 5:10 What does the development process look like once you decide what products to pursue? 10:18 Can you talk about the design and engineering process for the CLUTCH? 14:00 The challenges that come from the variability of rope. 15:00 Ware testing 18:14 How did you go …
 
EP148 - Out of Area Deployment, and Strange Calls from Dispatch This week, we discussed sending a crew and an Engine out of town to help on the White Lake fire currently mapping at 55 thousand hectares. We go on to discus a few strange calls from Dispatch and ended with a fire call and our mic packing it in. We apologize for the audio at the end bu…
 
EP147 - Welcome To The Show. Part 2 With Heli Pilot Mike P. Nkmip Creek Wildfire This week, Mike P joined us again to detail what it was like being our eyes ( and water ) in the sky. We went on to discuss the second half of our week. Structure protection , more Rank 5 events and pooling resources and creative coms. WHO WE ARE As a group of Rural Vo…
 
FDNY members have the tools, training and equipment to respond daily to all sorts of emergencies throughout the city. But, occasionally the men and women of FDNY are forced to improvise or make split-second decisions to save a life. Despite the conditions they are faced are […]By FDNY Foundation
 
This week we discussed the first few hours, and then days of our Wild Fire that kicked off Monday July 19th. At the time of the podcast it has grown to 7000ha , listed as out of control and we are expecting that number to continue to rise. WHO WE ARE As a group of Rural Volunteer Firefighters, our Fire Department has built our firefighter training …
 
Episode Notes: 0:20 Dr. John Madigan introduction and background. 2:20 What got you into the animal rescue portion of this field after you became a veterinarian? 7:30 Background and uses of the Anderson Sling 11:25 Large Animal Lift sling 12:15 The Loops System 14:48 Training and maintaining proficiency with the Loop System 18:18 Is it necessary or…
 
This week we discussed more of our local fires, and an unfortunate incident leaving a fire fighter in the hospital. We went on to talk about pumper practice games and the importance of Pre Plan and expanding that position. WHO WE ARE As a group of Rural Volunteer Firefighters, our Fire Department has built our firefighter training from both old and…
 
This week we discussed a recent Helicopter Crash and the resources potentially required. Some large wild fires in our are and a devastating fire in Lytton BC where roughly 90% of the town was lost. WHO WE ARE As a group of Rural Volunteer Firefighters, our Fire Department has built our firefighter training from both old and new tactics in the fire …
 
This week we were joined by Mike P from Todd’s department, who is a helicopter pilot for wild land fires both in North America and Australia. We have a healthy discussion on what we can do to make our lives easier on the ground as well as the lives of our air support allies over head. This seems fitting as both of our departments battled interface …
 
EP142 - HEAT, Manpower, Mutual Aid , Wild land Training and Coms This week we discussed our Wild Land Pump and Run scenario, the record breaking heat in the valley and the concerns that brings. We discussed a few interesting calls we ran lately as we tried to keep our sanity in the podcast studio with the rising temperatures. Be sure to find our gi…
 
This week we sit down with Willie Johnstone and chat about rope access through the 80's, 90's to today. Willie is an Auditor, Assessor and consultant for companies. These chats are so real even his grandfather clock gets to chime in. The question is why didn't Willie want to jump in the Delorean to go back to where it started? Great chat with anoth…
 
EP141 - Auto X Refresher and Wildland Fire Scenario Prep This week we discuss an upcoming practice where we will be focusing on wild land fire fighting in an urban interface setting. Utilizing pump, bump and run, the idea will be to stay as mobile as possible through tactical patrols and quick hose re loads keeping all apparatus detached from hydra…
 
1:17 Real people vs manikins? 9:16 Do you know of people who still use manikins? 10:24 Confined space training and realistic spaces - are you training as you would conduct a real rescue? 11:58 Who do you contact to get access to real spaces to training in? 17:40 What is the purpose of training and what are the different goals? 19:38 Are you learnin…
 
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