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CRR Radio

CRR Radio PodcastCRR Radio is your podcast source of information all about CRR. Each episode will feature interviews with people who are using CRR in their communities and experts in a variety of fields, giving you information you can use!

Be sure to subscribe to CRR Radio in iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts to get each episode downloaded automatically, or listen by clicking on the links below for each show.


CRR at Chelan County and Jackson Hole

Chief Arnold Baker

Battalion Chief/Fire Marshal Kathy Clay

Chief Arnold Baker from Chelan County Fire District 5 in Washington state and Battalion Chief/Fire Marshal Kathy Clay from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, talk about their unique perspectives on CRR. Chelan County Fire District 5 is made up of volunteer fire departments, which can be a challenge to implementing CRR. Jackson Hole has different challenges…predominantly wildland in the summer and well below zero temperatures in the winter.

If you are looking for more information on CRR, be sure to check out the CRR Portal at The Vision 20/20 Project’s website, www.strategicfire.org/crr.


CRR at Wilmington, North Carolina, Fire Department

Assistant Chief Frank Blackley

Battalion Chief Chris Walker

Assistant Chief Frank Blackley and recently-promoted Battalion Chief Chris Walker talk about how they are doing CRR at the Wilmington, North Carolina Fire Department. In this conversation we get two unique perspectives from Chief Blackley as a department senior officer, and Chief Walker, who was recently promoted from Captain and was able to give us the view from the right seat of an engine.

We talk about CRR and fire fighter safety, working with partners, the importance of data and so much more.

If you are looking for more information on CRR, be sure to check out the CRR Portal at The Vision 20/20 Project’s website, www.strategicfire.org/crr.


CRR at the Poudre Fire Authority in Colorado

Poudre Fire Authority Fire Chief Tom DeMint talks with CRR Radio about how they are doing Community Risk Reduction and its impact on their ISO rating and CPSE accreditation. Stream it by clicking below or subscribe to the podcast in iTunes!

You can follow the Poudre Fire Authority on Facebook and Twitter @poudrefire.


CRR, ISO and CPSE in Rogers, Arkansas

In this episode of CRR Radio we talk with Tom Jenkins, fire chief of the Rogers (Arkansas) Fire Department and IAFC vice president about how they are doing CRR, it’s role in their ISO rating and CPSE accreditation and his perspective on CRR across the nation. Stream it by clicking below or subscribe to the podcast in iTunes!

 


CRR in Arvada, Colorado and Data in Kansas

Deputy Fire Marshal Deanna Harrington, Arvada Fire Protection District

Deanna Harrington

Sara Wood

In this episode of CRR Radio we talk with Deanna Harrington, Deputy Fire Marshal with the Arvada Fire Protection District (@ArvadaFire) in Colorado about how they are using CRR in their operations. We then hear from Sara Wood, NFIRS Program Manager for the Kansas State Fire Marshal’s office (@KSFireMarshal) about how important data is to CRR. Stream it by clicking below or subscribe to the podcast in iTunes!


Integrated Risk Management at the West Midlands Fire Service in the UK (Part 2)

In this episode of CRR Radio, we continue our conversation with Group Commander Martin Ward White from the West Midlands Fire Service in the UK about how they implement Integrated Risk Management which is their counterpart to CRR in the United States.

You can see more about what the West Midlands Fire Service is doing at www.wmfs.net/your-area.

You can follow the West Midlands Fire Service on Twitter @westmidsfire and on Facebook.


Integrated Risk Management at the West Midlands Fire Service in the UK (Part 1)

In this episode of CRR Radio, we talk with Group Commander Martin Ward White from the West Midlands Fire Service in the UK about how they implement Integrated Risk Management which is their counterpart to CRR in the United States. We’ll have Part 2 of our conversation available in two weeks.

You can see more about what the West Midlands Fire Service is doing at www.wmfs.net/your-area.

You can follow the West Midlands Fire Service on Twitter @westmidsfire and on Facebook.