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CRR Radio

CRR Radio from the Vision 20/20 project is all about CRR. We feature interviews with people using CRR in their communities and experts with information you can use.... Show More

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In this episode we talk with three CRR experts from across the nation about what is the future of CRR after COVID-19. Our guests include Section Chief Josh Fulbright, South Carolina State Fire Marshal's Office; Assistant Chief Rich Palmer, Ohio State Fire Marshal's Office and Deputy Chief Joe Powers, Charlottesville (VA) Fire Department.
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In the sixth episode of the special series of CRR Radio focusing on the COVID-19 Pandemic, we are looking at how to craft effective messages for the public using the tenets of behavioral science. To learn more, we talked with Dr. Ellie Kazemi, a behavioral scientist with California State University Northridge and Maggie Lawrence, a marketing behavioral specialist with Marketing For Change.
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In the fifth episode of the special series by CRR Radio focusing on the COVID-19 Pandemic, we have a conversation with Chief Andrew Baxter and Deputy Chief Joe Powers about planning for coming out of the pandemic by developing a collaborative plan with all of the city departments.
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In the fourth episode of the special series by CRR Radio focusing on the COVID-19 pandemic, we speak with Chief Fire Officer Phil Loach from the West Midlands Fire Service in the UK and Tomasz Zwęgliński from the Main School of Fire Service in Warsaw, Poland, about what is being done to plan, prepare and respond to the pandemic. You can hear more at www.StrategicFire.org/CRRradio#covid19
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In the third episode of the special series by CRR Radio focusing on the COVID-19 pandemic, we speak with Chief Tom Jenkins from the Rogers, Arkansas Fire Department; Captain Mike Sedlacek, Madison, Alabama Fire Department; and Chief Nate Trauernicht, UC Davis Fire Department, about what their departments are doing to plan, prepare and respond to the pandemic.
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In the second episode of the special series by CRR Radio focusing on the COVID-19 pandemic, we speak with retired Country Fire Authority Chief Neil Bibby in Australia; Poudre Fire Authority Chief Tom DeMint in Fort Collins, Colorado and Firefighter Corey Lewis with the Richmond (KY) Fire Department about what their departments are doing to plan, prepare and respond to the pandemic.
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CRR Radio is launching a series of conversations with fire service personnel around the globe, talking about what they are doing in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. As we know, Washington state was the epicenter in the start of the pandemic, and in this episode we talk with Assistant Chief Rich Llewellyn from the Everett, Washington, Fire Department, about the what they are doing and the lessons learned.
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In this episode of Short Takes we talk with Daniel Chacon from the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation about the program he'll be presenting on at The Vision 20/20 Model Performance in CRR Symposium. You can learn more and register at www.StrategicFire.org/symposium6 The BeSafe Tool is a procedure based in behavioral science that can be applied to any CRR training program to measure behavioral change in the intended audience. Havin...
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In this episode of Short Takes we talk with Joseph Casciotti from Harris County, Texas, about the program he'll be presenting on at The Vision 20/20 Model Performance in CRR Symposium. You can learn more and register at www.StrategicFire.org/symposium6 The Harris County program utilizes the Mobile Integrated Health/Community Paramedicine program to conduct patient follow up to reduce re-admission rates in patients discharged f...
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January 22, 2020 2 min
In this episode of Short Takes we talk with Katie Harrington from Worcester, MA about her program she'll be presenting on at The Vision 20/20 Model Performance in CRR Symposium. You can learn more and register at www.StrategicFire.org/symposium6 ​Approximately 80 city employees, hospitals, and human service non-profit members originally assembled to create Worcester’s Hub-Cor, a collaborative project to address the needs of th...
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January 15, 2020 4 min
In this episode of Short Takes we talk with Paulette Church from Colorado about her program she'll be presenting on at The Vision 20/20 Model Performance in CRR Symposium. You can learn more and register at www.StrategicFire.org/symposium6 Falls Creek, located in Durango, Colorado, is a nationally recognized Firewise USA® site, focusing attention on the “Home Ignition Zone.” In 2018 the community was impacted by the 416 Fire...
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January 15, 2020 2 min
In this episode of Short Takes we talk with Kim Stouse from the Pocatello Fire Department about her presentation at the upcoming Vision 20/20 Project Model Performance in CRR Symposium on February 17-20. You can learn more and register at www.StrategicFire.org/Symposium6 Pocatello Fire Department/Bannock County Ambulance recognized a significant increase in calls to assisted living facilities which accounted for over 11% of emerge...
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January 15, 2020 3 min
In this episode of Short Takes we talk with Mike Sedlacek from the Madison (AL) Fire and Rescue Department about his presentation at the upcoming Vision 20/20 Project Model Performance in CRR Symposium on February 17-20. You can learn more and register at www.StrategicFire.org/Symposium6 In 2018 Madison Fire & Rescue created a Virtual Reality fire education program aimed at educating children about fire risks. We focused on 4t...
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January 15, 2020 2 min
In this episode of Short Takes we talk with Will Broscious from the Columbia-Richland Fire and Rescue Department about his presentation at the upcoming Vision 20/20 Project Model Performance in CRR Symposium on February 17-20. You can learn more and register at www.StrategicFire.org/Symposium6 ​Our program is designed to recruit volunteers by taking a different approach. As opposed to simply recruiting volunteers, we began to chan...
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In this podcast we talk with Captain Mike Sedlacek from the Madison, Alabama, Fire Department where they built a cutting-edge education trailer that uses iPads and virtual reality to teach fire safety to children in the community. These tools provide the fire department with an incredible amount of data that allows it to fine-tune its educational delivery program. The next step? The same idea, but for severe weather. Truly, #CRRin...
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October 30, 2019 24 min
Are you thinking of submitting a presentation for the Model Performance in CRR Symposium 6? Then you want to listen to this episode of CRR Radio where we talk with Monica Colby about what makes for a strong proposal and how to give the best presentation you can. Monica has been involved in evaluating proposals in just about every symposium, so she has a lot of experience to draw on to help you. "A really good proposal will st...
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October 23, 2019 22 min
In this conversation with Matt Hoehler, we talk about how NIST is incorporating video to give people a much more immersive experience in wildland and structural fires. "One reason this is valuable, is just the ability to allow somebody to experience a fire from a perspective that they would otherwise not be able to experience, allows people to understand what we do in fire research and also what, you know, fire protection ex...
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September 17, 2019 24 min
One of the first steps in CRR is having a good handle on the makeup of your community - the people, the homes, the businesses and the industry. Data on all of this can be gathered from a variety of sources, both locally and nationally. In this conversation on CRR Radio we talk with Chip Walker from the U.S. Census Bureau on the tools that are available online for any jurisdiction to use in getting a better understanding of their co...
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September 3, 2019 15 min
CRR Week is a grass-roots movement that is starting to spread across the nation that will take place the week of January 20th, starting on Martin Luther King Day. Listen to Chiefs Chris Walker (Wilmington Fire, NC), Deanna Harrington (Arvada Fire Protection District, CO) and Josh Fulbright (SC State Fire Marshal's Office) fill us in on what it is all about!
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in this episode we talk with West Midlands Chief Fire Officer Phil Loach in the UK about the upcoming symposium on international best practices in CRR that the UK National Fire Chiefs Council is doing in partnership with The Vision 20/20 Project. You can find more information about this ground-breaking symposium at https://www.nationalfirechiefs.org.uk/NFCC-Events/nfcc-vision-20-20-international-symposium/8359?OccId=12034
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