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The Command Post
by The Command Post

The Command Post Podcast: Social media for firefighters, fitness tips

Lt. Rom Duckworth and Chief Rob Wylie bring expert perspective to hot topics, frontline tactics and leadership lessons that firefighters and officers need to be safe and successful

By FireRescue1 Staff

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In this week's The Command Post podcast, hosts Lt. Rom Duckworth and Chief Rob Wylie discuss the proper etiquette firefighters should follow when using social media. They also conduct an interview with Dr. Karlie Moore and firefighter Dave Dachinger, with the Ridgefield (Conn.) Fire Rescue, about firefighter physical fitness. 

Along with their discussion about social media, Lt. Duckworth and Chief Wylie also talk to Dave Statter, with Statter911.com, about the perils, pluses and minuses of first due firefighter videos.

If you have any topics or items you would like to hear discussed on The Command Post, let us know in the comment section below. 

Here are links to some of the articles and other items mentioned on the show:

N.M. firefighter's Facebook post under investigation

Social media challenges for fire departments

Managing fire department social media: The education tactic

Don't get fired for Facebook: 10 ways to use social media safely

Fire Rehabilitation: Fitness Matters

Firefighter Fitness Warm-up

Helmet Cam: Interior Structure Fire and Roof Collapse

Helmet cam captures house fire

Helmet cam: House fire in Calif.

About the author

The Command Post, a podcast series that features Lt. Rom Duckworth and Chief Rob Wylie, brings expert perspective to hot topics, frontline tactics and leadership lessons that firefighters and officers need to be safe and successful.

The Command Post is available for download on iTunes, SoundCloud and via RSS feed.


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