Emergency Management Podcast
By Stuart Walker - Emergency, Disaster, Management
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The best in emergency management news, technologies and practices for experts in the field.
||CleanNighttime Firebombing Aircraft – Wayne Rigg – EMP9||In 2018, Emergency Management Victoria led an Australian trial involving the use of aircraft to suppress wildfires at night. During the trial, pilots wore night vision goggles which detect and amplify light.||9 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEmergency Medical Response & Wellbeing – Tony O’Day – EMP8||Operations Manager Tony O'Day is head of the Country Fire Authority's (CFA) Emergency Medical Response (EMR) and Wellbeing team. In this episode, Tony explains the role of EMR and the wellbeing programs that CFA has introduced to manage the health and||5 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTime critical road accident rescue – Joff Van EK – EMP7||Joff van Ek is a Station Officer with the Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB), and he has a passion for road accident rescue. He began his career as an operations centre officer with the South Australian Country Fire Service in 2003.||21 5 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMentoring Leaders in Volunteer Fire Brigades – Kris Wilms – EMP6||Creating leaders in volunteer fire brigades takes time. In this episode, I talk to Senior Instructor Kris Wilms from the Country Fire Authority (CFA) about the mentoring project she developed to prepare volunteer leaders for their role.||30 4 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBlack Saturday Bushfires Asset Protection – Gavin Parker – EMP5||The scale and ferocity of the bushfires that occurred on 7 February 2009 had not been experienced in Australia’s history. In this episode, Senior Station Officer Gavin Parker from the CFA shares his experience on this day. In particular,||14 4 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHide and seek? It’s no game for dogs in a disaster||In a disaster, search and rescue dogs do the work that no one else can do. Julie Cowan is the founder of Search and Rescue Dogs Australia (SARDA). Julie has been instrumental in developing canine search and rescue capability in Australia.||27 1 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTraining Tomorrow’s Leaders – Graham Kirk – EMP3||Training leaders. That's the business Operations Officer Graham Kirk is in. Why? Because he's passionate about the development of others. The team he leads is responsible for ensuring the people who graduate to the ranks of Leading Firefighter and Stat.||19 1 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTriTech Lubricants Factory Fire – Adrian Devenish – EMP2||On 19 May 2011, Senior Station Officer Adrian Devenish of the CFA was the initial incident controller at the TriTech Lubricants fire located in Dandenong South, Victoria, Australia. Over 100 firefighters and 30 fire appliances were required to combat t.||11 1 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDeploying to international emergencies – Chris Hall – EMP1||In this interview Senior Station Officer Chris Hall from the Country Fire Authority in Victoria, Australia, shares his experiences while on an international deployment. He talks about the value of exchanging ideas from both interstate and international||3 1 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
An informative and interesting insight to emergency management. Look forward to the next.
Refreshing approach to information on emergency services
Very interesting and informative podcast. Great to hear from women in the emergency services, parrticularly Julie Cowan from SARDA. Im looking forward to more episodes.
Education and informative
I only found this pod cast last week but have since downloaded all episodes.
Educational and informative are 2 words that pretty much sum these pod casts up for mine.
If you’re in any sphere of emergency services jump on board. You won’t be disappointed.