The Command Post Podcast: Elevator lessons after fire LODD, politics of being the fire chief

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In this week’s The Command Post podcast, hosts Lt. Rom Duckworth and Chief Rob Wylie discuss the new elevator protocol for the NYPD after one officer died and the other remains in critical condition after using an elevator to reach a high-rise fire. They also conduct an interview with Batt. Chief Robert Avsec, with Chesterfield (Va.) Fire and EMS, about real world fire department customer service.

Lt. Duckworth and Chief Wylie also talk about the politics of being the fire chief in their leadership lessons segment of the show.

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Here are links to some of the articles and other items mentioned on the show:

NYPD fire death highlights need for education

New NYPD fire response protocol bans elevator use

The importance of wiping your feet

How to run a fire department like a business

How caring for the patient is different from patient care

Why’s politics a dirty word in the fire service?

Firefighter safety: How politics plays a part

Mass. fire chief resigns over town conflict; entire department follows suit

Mayor: FDNY Commish Sal Cassano to be replaced

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