Fire Blog Roundup: Crew Development, Bullies, and Industrial Fire Training

Read some comments from Thomas Kuglin on industrial fire training as well as Adam Hansen on bullies in the fire service in this roundup of recent contributors’ posts.

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Thomas D. Kuglin

Bridging the Gap

Thomas D. Kuglin Jr. on the need for discussion on industrial fire training instructor credentials.

Tommy Goran

Want to Be the Best Crew Around?

Better understand crew development first, writes Tommy Goran.  

A.J. Hansen

Firehouse Bullies

Why is it that probies’ expectations of learning and improving are so often quashed when they get on the job? Adam J. Hansen on bullies destroying the culture of the fire service.

Mike McEvoy

Methyl Fentanyl Bad Stuff

Mike McEvoy tackles some of the misconceptions amid the latest round of “paranoia” over opioid exposure at emergency calls.

Chris Baker

Maintaining the Work-Life Balance in the Fire Service

A new commentary from Christopher Baker.

John Dixon


We Are On the Same Team…Right?

Keep things in perspective and strive for improvement in the fire service, John Dixon writes.

Benjamin Martin

Rethinking Leadership

Do you have the courage to lead amongst rumors and half-truths? Read a new one from Benjamin Martin. 


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