In this episode I interview Dr. Burt Clark, author of the recently released book “I can’t save you but I’ll die trying: The American fire culture” shares his passion for firefighter safety and the need to change our culture.
Length: 79 minutes
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- The Firefighter’s Genes: Fast, Close, Wet, Risk, Injury, Death
- Seatbelts save lives. So why don’t we wear them?
- Mayday! Mayday! Mayday! Know when to call it.
- Best Practices
- The Pursuit of Higher Education
- His list of the best fire departments in America (from research he conducted based on criteria in the book: In Search of Excellence.
Guest Contact Information
Dr. Burt Clark
Premium Press America
Safety Dance (1982)
Men Without Hats
GMC – Virgin Records
Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System
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