Leadership on the Line

  • Leadership on the Line: Japanese and U.S. EMS - What Can we Learn?

    Dr. Burton A. Clark talks with Professor Katsuhiko Sugimoto, MD, PhD, of the Kokushikan University, Tokyo, Japan; Assistant Fire Chief Rafael Sa'adah D.C. Fire and EMS; and Mansfield Fellow Mr. Leo Bosner, MSW, emergency management specialist as they...

    Podcast • August 18th, 2010

  • Leadership on the Line: Seatbelt Safety in 2010

    Dr. Burton A. Clark talks with several chief officers about their department's initiatives to get firefighter's to wear seatbelts while riding on emergency vehicles. Guests include: Lloyd Ayers, Fire Commissioner, Philadelphia Fire Department...

    Podcast • June 16th, 2010

  • team-brian-packet.pdf

    Document • June 16th, 2010

  • fdny-seatbelt-testimonials.pdf

    Document • June 16th, 2010

  • Leadership on The Line: Firefighter Mayday Doctrine - Where are We Now?

    For the past seven years the writing, teaching, and investigation of the Firefighter Mayday Doctrine has been significant. The use of the word Mayday has been debated, national standards and training programs have been developed, the National...

    Podcast • September 23rd, 2008

  • Leadership on The Line: Depression in the Fire Service

    Psychological health is just as important as physical health for all first responders. Both types of health are connected to each other and determine a persons overall well being. Psychological depression is part of all our lives. Clinical Depression is...

    Podcast • November 1st, 2007

  • Leadership on the Line: Does it Take a Doctor to Lead the Fire Service?

    The discussion focuses on education, specifically the need for a doctorate. Dr. Harry Carter, Dr. Sara Tarr, and Battalion Chief Brent Batla will offer their feelings on the importance of advanced education. Listen to hear what they have to say about...

    Podcast • May 30th, 2007

  • Leadership on the line: Seat Belts Past, Present and Future

    About 45% of the fire service does not wear their seat belt when riding in emergency vehicles. Firefighters have been and will be injured and killed because they were not using their seat belt. This problem is not new; it persists today, and will not...

    Podcast • October 27th, 2006

  • Leadership on the Line: Critical Infrastructure Protection

    This program was recorded before Hurricane Katrina hit the United States. The information presented is about why it is important to insure the contained operational ability of Fire, Police, and EMS when disaster hits. The program describes the resource...

    Podcast • September 14th, 2005

  • Leadership on the Line: Fire Serice Safety Culture

    This special Radio@Firehouse.com presentation targets the Stand Down for Firefighter Safety, national and local leaders in the fire services discuss Fire Service Safety Culture. Led by Dr. Burton Clark, the first panel of national fire service leaders...

    Podcast • June 21st, 2005