If you have not had the opportunity to meet this man or hear any of the many presentations he has taken the time to offer to everyone then this is a video that should be…Continue
Hi Brothers and Sisters,
I am new here and interested to see what your site is all about.
Here is something that many of you might be interested in- a short article that I recently wrote for a homeland security blog, titled, How to Be Calm During Chaos (in only 48 seconds).Continue
Added by Lieutenant Frederick Georges on February 14, 2016 at 6:38pm — No Comments
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FOLLOW THE TEACHING IN THIS VIDEO TO LEARN HOW TO KEEP SAFE AND ADDRESS INCIDENTS IN A PROFESSIONAL, COMPETENT AND RESPONSIBLE MANNER. THE FIRST CONCERN MUST BE THE SAFETY OF THE FIREFIGHTERS AND CITIZENS BEFORE ANY OTHER…Continue
Added by Lieutenant Frederick Georges on November 30, 2015 at 9:43pm — No Comments
This Association had its beginning at a meeting of volunteer firemen, which was held in the Forester's Building in the city of Toronto, on the 29th day of August and the 1…Continue
Cut the end of my finger off... they sewed it back on as if they were fixing an old shoe but I heal up well so now everything is okay !
I was making the tool chests in the picture when my cabinetmakers cordless power saw "kicked back" and cut right through the fingernail and end of my middle finger of the left hand.
The PA at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney Nebraska sewed it back on by stitching right through the remaining fingernail ! What a "hack"…Continue
"Will this young hero get as much attention as Zimmerman... NO!
Will he get his picture on the Rolling Stone?... NO!
Does he deserve it?..., HELL Yeah !
I don't see a color, I see a young man whose parents did something right!!
You go Kiddo!!" [ Quote by Bobbijo…Continue
Added by Lieutenant Frederick Georges on August 3, 2015 at 3:30pm — No Comments
I have recently been exposed to a training program designed to help me train others about what to do in the event of a fire in the home. It seemed to be practical as far as what would be needed if the person had special medical or physical problems and to be able to have some emergency supplies like batteries for phone or…Continue
Added by Lieutenant Frederick Georges on June 27, 2015 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Now comes the age of those who wish to invade the traditionally all male areas of the workplace.…Continue
Added by Lieutenant Frederick Georges on June 25, 2015 at 1:00am — No Comments
One clear day in Kearney Nebraska a retired Firefighter, who still listened to his department radio, heard a call go out for a vehicle fire at Brown Trucking Company on the east end of town. It seemed harmless enough at first until it was reported the…Continue
MEMORIES OF A JOB WELL DONE..........
In a small rural town comprised of just under three hundred souls who boasted a proud statistic, that being, one tenth of its citizens were Firefighters.
These brave Firemen and Paramedic had equipment so old and so few that the state fire marshal refused to hold a certification class at their department. But they proudly faced all the varied types of incidents with the practiced precision and confidence…
All of us here at FirefighterCountry pay our respects and give condolence to the family of this dedicated American hero who gave so much for so long…Continue
This posting is to pay respect to a fallen Firefighter. May we all take a moment to say goodbye and read the posting about how she died. JOYCE CRAIG…Continue
Added by Lieutenant Frederick Georges on March 10, 2015 at 9:24pm — No Comments
I'm designing a dashboard for Incident Commanders to use for enhanced situational awareness during emergencies.
Fires spread rapidly, leaving victims with very little time to make phone calls, gather valuables or in some cases, exit the building. In as little as two minutes a fire can become life-threatening. Fire officers arrive as soon as they can and use standard operating procedures to effectively manage the incident scene, save lives and extinguish the fire.