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Catch a Sneak Peak at Our Upcoming Crowdfunding Campaign!

Check out our preview for our crowdfunding campaign on indiegogo.com. Just click on the link and search for 5-Alarm Task Force! The videos & photos are LIVE. Let me know what you think! Like it? Fill out the email & know when we go live!!As always, thank you for your support & stay safe!See More
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The Chance to Listen to Chief Alan Brunacini Again!

While we're enjoying some time off, I've reposted my episode of "5-Alarm Task Force," with the late Chief Alan Brunacini and Chief Dennis Rubin, as they discuss the 2016 Wingspread VI conference. Tune in at www.dalmatianproductions.tvSee More
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Episode 62 - LEADERSHIP: An Introspective Analysis

The word, “leadership,” especially in the ranks of first responders, is bandied about by many. And for all those that participate in this conversation, there are probably at least, twice or three times the number of definitions of what leadership is in emergency services. In this podcast, our guest, Asst. Chief John Luca of Boca Raton Fire-Rescue Services, provides us with a new and deeper definition of the term and strongly encourages us to look inward first, before we even think of leading…See More
Jul 2
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Please Help "5-Alarm Task Force" Win a Podcast Award!

Hi,This is not your usual blog post. In this one, I'm reaching out to you, our listeners to help us win one of the upcoming Podcast Awards. From July 1st - 31st, you can go to the website, The Podcast Awards and nominate "5-Alarm Task Force" for one of the awards. You'll find us in the "Government & Organizations" category. If you want to either follow the Awards progress on Twitter or send a tweet out about it or to…See More
Jun 30
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"I am honored and humbled learning that my article, My Passion for the Fire Service will be published in Fire Engineering Magazine-TY Bobby H"
Jun 28
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"You Don't Know What You Don't Know" = Part II

In Part II of our interview with retired Battalion Chief, John Cagno of the N. Providence RI Fire Department, we hear how the young, injured, "firefighter" Cagno, had to fight against the odds of getting his old job back.While recovering from his severe injuries, he never took his eyes of the bullseye - coming back to the job he had idolized since he was a child. However, his wants and desires did not necessarily meet with those of the Town of North Providence.It was only after a meeting with…See More
Jun 28
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"Use a TIC? Check out our latest episode at Bit.ly/DalmatWeb with Capt. Andy Starnes of KTF Burns. Also on iTunes, Google Play & Spotify!"
Jun 22
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"The TIC: Friend, Foe or In Between?"

One of the most important tools that the modern fire service is the T.I.C. or thermal imaging camera. While it’s first use that resulted in the saving of a human life is traced back to 1985 in London, due to cost and development factors, it is believe that the first U.S. fire department to purchase one for regular use was Seattle in 1997. Just over 20 years later, the tool is ubiquitous in the fire service, with most, but the smallest, having at least one camera for the department. And why not?…See More
Jun 22
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"You Don't Know What You Don't Know" = Part II

In Part II of our interview with retired Battalion Chief, John Cagno of the N. Providence RI Fire Department, we hear how the young, injured, "firefighter" Cagno, had to fight against the odds of getting his old job back.While recovering from his severe injuries, he never took his eyes of the bullseye - coming back to the job he had idolized since he was a child. However, his wants and desires did not necessarily meet with those of the Town of North Providence.It was only after a meeting with…See More
Jun 18
Dalmatian Productions, Inc.'s blog post was featured

"You Don't Know What You Don't Know!?

Many of us are pretty damn excited when the dreams of little kids to be firefighters comes to fruition in our usually, young adult lives. We are usually in our late teens or early twenties. We may have had some experience by “buffing” until we were old enough to ride the apparatus. We’ve watched the experienced members do…See More
Jun 12
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"New podcast with Chief (ret) John Cagno at www.dalmatianproductions.tv. Don't miss his story of adversity and success!"
Jun 11
Dalmatian Productions, Inc. posted a blog post

"You Don't Know What You Don't Know!?

Many of us are pretty damn excited when the dreams of little kids to be firefighters comes to fruition in our usually, young adult lives. We are usually in our late teens or early twenties. We may have had some experience by “buffing” until we were old enough to ride the apparatus. We’ve watched the experienced members do…See More
Jun 11
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New Podcast - "The Shift Commander: Before, During & After the Fire"

    While shiny new pumpers, ladders and rescues grab most of the headlines, the Shift Commander's Buggy, looks almost like another SUV. However, the person driving this vehicle has paid his/her "dues" and has been promoted to the position of Shift Commander.    This interview with Deputy Chief (ret) Kevin Burns of the City of Framingham MA, is special to me, because I grew up in Framingham. And it was my exposure to the wonderful firefighters in my community as a child that planted the seed of…See More
Jun 1
Dalmatian Productions, Inc.'s blog post was featured

New Podcast - "The Shift Commander: Before, During & After the Fire"

    While shiny new pumpers, ladders and rescues grab most of the headlines, the Shift Commander's Buggy, looks almost like another SUV. However, the person driving this vehicle has paid his/her "dues" and has been promoted to the position of Shift Commander.    This interview with Deputy Chief (ret) Kevin Burns of the City of Framingham MA, is special to me, because I grew up in Framingham. And it was my exposure to the wonderful firefighters in my community as a child that planted the seed of…See More
May 29
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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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Catch a Sneak Peak at Our Upcoming Crowdfunding Campaign!

Posted on July 14, 2018 at 10:00am 0 Comments

Check out our preview for our crowdfunding campaign on indiegogo.com. Just click on the link and search for 5-Alarm Task Force! The videos & photos are LIVE. Let me know what you think! Like it? Fill out the email & know when we go live!!

As always, thank you for your support & stay safe!

The Chance to Listen to Chief Alan Brunacini Again!

Posted on July 12, 2018 at 7:00am 0 Comments

While we're enjoying some time off, I've reposted my episode of "5-Alarm Task Force," with the late Chief Alan Brunacini and Chief Dennis Rubin, as they discuss the 2016 Wingspread VI conference.
Tune in at www.dalmatianproductions.tv

CAST YOUR VOTE FOR "5-ALARM TASK FORCE" in the Podcast Awards!

Posted on July 10, 2018 at 10:18am 0 Comments

Hi all - a quick reminder that you have until July 31st to cast your vote for my podcast at www.podcastwards.com.
Once you're on the website, you will first need to register as a listener to vote. It's free and easy & there's no obligation!…
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CAST YOUR VOTE FOR "5-ALARM TASK FORCE" in the Podcast Awards!

Posted on July 10, 2018 at 10:18am 0 Comments

Hi all - a quick reminder that you have until July 31st to cast your vote for my podcast at www.podcastwards.com.
Once you're on the website, you will first need to register as a listener to vote. It's free and easy & there's no obligation!…
Continue

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