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Responders Overcome by Carbon Monoxide – The Mukilteo Fire Story – Part 1 (Episode 308)

This interview is part 1 of a 2-part interview with three members of the Mukilteo Fire Department who were overcome by carbon monoxide on an EMS call. Length: 43 minutes Click the YouTube icon to watch the full VIDEO         __________________________________________________ If you are interested in taking your understanding of situational awareness and …

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See the bad things coming in time to prevent bad outcomes. We help workers understand human error, reduce the impact of situational awareness barriers and improve dynamic decision making. Virtual training Contact Us About Us We help organizations improve safety by ensuring workers understand how to develop and maintain situational awareness while working in high-stress, …

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See the bad things coming in time to prevent bad outcomes. We help first responders understand human error, reduce the impact of situational awareness barriers and improve dynamic decision making. Virtual training Contact Us About Us We help first responders improve safety by ensuring members understand how to develop and maintain situational awareness while working …

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Nine Dangerous Mindsets – Part 1: The Starter

One of the human factors influencing situational awareness is the mindset of the first responder. Mindset is based on beliefs, biases and self-perception. Mindset may also be influenced by organizational culture and peer pressure. In this series I am going to explore nine potentially dangerous mindsets and share how they can impact emergency scene safety.

The Routine Call

During a recent situational awareness program a participant was discussing something that went wrong at a routine call. As the story went, the crew had been to this address numerous times for the same (or similar) problem. Each time, the issue was resolved quickly and without incident. The call was, by his words, routine.  So, …

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SAMatters Show

Episode 388 This interview is with Dr. Dusty Lambert, a firefighter who completed his doctoral degree while researching the impact of acute stress in emergency vehicle crashes. CLICK HERE for the episode show notes. Length: 66 minutes Click the YouTube icon to watch the full video.      _____________________________________________________ Episode 387 This episode is an …

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