Daniel Byrne

DANIEL BYRNE is a firefighter/paramedic and the community support officer for the Burton, SC, Fire District and a paramedic for Beaufort County EMS. He is a National Fire Academy alumnus and has been conducting fire service public relations programs for over 15 years. Byrne holds associate of science and bachelor of science degrees in fire science and is a Fire Instructor II. He has received state and local awards for educational programs and partnerships. Byrne is a former U.S. Marine Corps recruiter now serving with the Georgia Air National Guard Fire Protection Division.

The Erosion of The Brotherhood: Guardians Needed

The Erosion of The Brotherhood: Guardians Needed

Being a Firefighter is in the Blood: Get Up, Get it Pumping

Being a Firefighter is in the Blood: Get Up, Get it Pumping

Calling All Firefighters: Individually You Can Save A Life

Calling All Firefighters: Individually You Can Save A Life

Fire Prevention Week: In Memory of Megan

Fire Prevention Week: In Memory of Megan

Guest Commentary: Father's Day, a Time to Take Stock of Ourselves

Global Lessons: Bringing Fire Prevention Home

Global Lessons: Bringing Fire Prevention Home

Power of the Badge: It is Time to Stop Feeling Helpless

Power of the Badge: It is Time to Stop Feeling Helpless

Firehouse Humor: The Ultimate Prevention Solution?

Firehouse Humor: The Ultimate Prevention Solution?

Talking with People: Yes, It's That Easy

Talking with People: Yes, It's That Easy

Prevention Points: Ripped from the Headlines

Using Fire Prevention Week 2011 to Build a Solid Program

Our Culture Is Sick

Our Culture Is Sick

Fire Prevention: Our Culture Is Sick

Fire Prevention: Our Culture Is Sick

After 100 Years: The Lesson to be Learned from Triangle Shirtwaist

Is It Time to Start Fighting Fire With Fire?

Is It Time to Start Fighting Fire With Fire?

A Call to Reform the Fire Service in 2011

Fire Prevention: It Takes a Community

The Marines Are Looking, So Is The Fire Service - Part 2

Designing a Target Hazard Program

Designing a Target Hazard Program

Offensive Fire Prevention: Target Acquisition

Prevention Culture Destroying Fire Service?

The Marines are Looking, so is the Fire Service - Part 1

Changing a Culture, One Firefighter And One Fire Department at a Time

Fire Prevention Week 2009: Are You Training or Entertaining?

We Are Going In the Wrong Direction

 

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