Lou talks with Chris and Jason from First-In Last-Out about training in the fire industry and what problems they commonly find on this episode of Wet Stuff on the Red Stuff.
Joining Lou Vicelli at FDIC International 2019 is Nick Magoteaux. Nick is president of the 501 (c) (3) charity Brothers Helping Brothers. They help small and rural fire departments with equipment needs.
Kevin sits down with Samuel Goldberg, the producer of the film Silo, Dennis Hildebrandt VP of Turtle Plastics and Liz Demetriou President of Turtle Plastics. They discuss the prevalence of silos within the farming culture, silo accidents, training, and what can be done to reduce these disasters.
Lou sits down with Mike, Robotics Business Development Manager, at Darley. They discuss the history of drones in the first responder industry, how Darley got started in the robotics industry, and how drones are benefiting the first responder industry.
Lou sits down with District Chief Michael Mitchell to discuss the NIPSTA academy, young firefighters and learning from mistakes.
Marco “Budda” Ordaz was a firefighter/medic for the North Aurora, Illinois Fire Protection District. Marco was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL), on February 6, 2006, he was 26. After two years battling the disease he lost his life on January 25, 2008. The Budda Brotherhood Foundation was formed in his memory.
Kevin sits down with Chief Martinez of the Corrales fire department, to discuss the hydrant booster systems they have purchased and their experience with them.
Kevin talks with Jim Darley, National Sales Manager of Darley, about his start with the company, Fast-Attack Pumps, and his band the Velvet Jimis.