Dalmatian Productions, Inc.

Male

Pompano Beach, FL

United States

Profile Information:

What State do you live in?
FL
Type of Organization
Other
Job Function
EMT/Paramedic, Firefighter/Driver Operator
Years in Fire/EMS:
8
Years With Department/Agency
8
Web Site:
http://bit.ly/DalmatprodTV
Other Past or Current Departments and Organizations
Guilford College Fire Dept.. NC 1977-1981
DeWitt Fire Dept.. NY 1981-1985
American Red Cross, Framingham MA 1965-1970
My Training:
Basic Firefighter
Hydraulics & Pump Operator
High Level Rescue
Non-Profit Operations, Leadership Training, Fundraising
About Me:
Retired, partially disabled former firefighter who has always remained connected to the fire service. Owner/partner of Dalmatian Productions, Inc., a production company now working on the script of a fire-based feature film. Host of the podcast, "5-Alarm Task Force: News & Issues for Today's First Responders"
Day Job:
Retired
Relationship Status:
Married
Facebook or Other Online Profile:
http://www.facebook.com/StevenSGreene
Why I Joined Fire/EMS
I've always loved the fire service. I grew up in the Boston area and visited many stations around the city and in the city. But there were no volunteer departments in the area. Thus, I devoted myself to the Red Cross. When I moved to NC it just so happened that there was a combination department just a half mile down the street, but I didn't know that. I walked in one day when the bay doors were open, just to look at the apparatus. An hour later, I walked out with an application and a polite request that I shave off my beard!
Why I Love Fire/EMS
It's who we are and it's what we do.
Top Issues Facing Responders:
The two major issues today both deal with firefighter health. First, we have the Firefighter Fight Cancer initiative. With all the toxins and carcinogens that we face daily, it is taking far too high a toll on our personnel. The second issue is firefighter fitness. And this initiative must be applied across the board, from the probie to the chief and to every career, volunteer or paid-on-call firefighter. We are losing far too many firefighters, YOUNG firefighters, to preventable health issues. We MUST break this cycle!

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