Dennis Rubin

DENNIS L. RUBIN, a Firehouse® contributing editor, is a fire & EMS consultant. Previously, Rubin was chief of the District of Columbia and Atlanta, GA, fire and rescue departments. He holds a bachelor of science degree in fire administration from the University of Maryland and an associate in applied science degree in fire science management from Northern Virginia Community College. Rubin is a graduate of the National Fire Academy’s Executive Fire Officers Program, is a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) and has obtained the Chief Fire Officer (CFOD) and Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Designations from by the International Association of Fire Chiefs. He is an adjunct faculty member of the National Fire Academy since 1983. Rubin is the author of the book Rube’s Rules for Survival. “Rule 13: Be Nice” was published in the February 2011 issue.

 


Chief Concerns: The Dozen That Make a Difference

Chief Concerns: The Dozen That Make a Difference

Chief Concerns: The Dozen That Make a Difference

Chief Concerns: The Dozen That Make a Difference

RUBE'S RULES OF LEADERSHIP: Rule14: A Thousand Fathers

RUBE'S RULES OF LEADERSHIP: Rule14: "A Thousand Fathers"

The Dozen That Make a Difference

Chief Concerns: The Dozen That Make a Difference

Chief Concerns: The Dozen That Make a Difference

The Dozen That Make a Difference

Chief Concerns

Chief Concerns

Rule 13: “Be Nice”

Rule 13: “Be Nice”

Rule 12: Manage Your Personal Behavior

Rule 11: If You Don't Care…Get Out!

Rule 10: A Passion for Health and Safety

Rule 9: Be the Customer Service Advocate

Rule 8: Do the Tough Stuff First

Rule 7: Tell the Truth — Always!

Rule 6: Consistent Performance

Rule 5: Communicate, Communicate, Communicate!

Rule 4: Relentless Follow-Up

DC Metro Wreck

Rule 3: Flawlessly Execute The Basics of Your Job

Handling Gas Leak Emergencies An Update

Rube's Rules of Leadership - Rule 2: Lead from the Front

Firefighter Accountability: Critical in Reducing America's LODDs

Rube's Rules of Leadership

Reinventing the Fire Prevention Inspection Process

 

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