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SAMatters radio is dedicated to improving first responder safety by helping you see the bad things coming... in time to change the outcome.

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  • Improving Responder Safety on the Roadway – The John Gonzalez Interview (SAM 380)

    29/09/2021 Duração: 42min

    John Gonzalez is a past District Chief of Toms River Fire District 1 in Ocean County, NJ and has been an active volunteer firefighter for over 30 years.  Chief Gonzalez served as a fire officer for 15 years, including 6 at Chief level for one of the largest all volunteer departments in the state of New Jersey.  Additionally, Chief Gonzalez served as a Deputy Fire Coordinator in the Toms River Office of Emergency Management for 4 years.    Prior to joining Florian ReApparatus, he worked full-time in the insurance industry for nearly 25 years, most recently in the Special Investigation Unit of a Fortune 100 Property & Casualty Insurance carrier.    Chief Gonzalez is an active member of the International Association of Fire Chiefs and has successfully completed the Chief Officer Leadership Symposium levels I & II.  Currently, Chief Gonzalez holds the National TIM Training Certificate and is working towards attaining the National Traffic Incident Management Technician Certification.          Contact us  

  • Preventing a Mass Shooter Event – the Darin Wall Story (SAM 379)

    21/09/2021 Duração: 01h53s

    On September 4, Grayhawk bass player, Darin Wall, stopped a potential mass shooting by preventing a man from gaining entry into a private party at an event where the band had played earlier in the evening.  Wall thought the man was acting strange, so he confronted him.  The man pulled a gun and in the scuffle, Wall was shot in the leg.  The man was quickly apprehended and, in his back pack, were several other guns and drum clips. Darin has participated in several media interviews, but this was to be his first full-length retelling of the event.

  • When Training Goes Wrong – The Stan Mettinger Story (SAM 378)

    14/09/2021 Duração: 58min

    Stan Mettinger was setting up a training scenario that involved setting vehicles on fire.  He was using diesel fuel to ignite hay inside the vehicle when the vapors flashed and set Stan on fire resulting in first, second and third degree burns.

  • A Father’s Tale of Loss – The Nada Fronk Story – Part 2 (SAM 377)

    07/09/2021 Duração: 48min

    On May 26, 2021, Monte Fronk, native American and Emergency Manager for the Mille Lacs Bank of Ojibwe received the most unimaginable news a father could receive. His daughter had been violently murdered. This episode, dedicated to Monte’s daughter, Nada, chronicles the events surrounding her murder, the fire department’s response and the traditions of our spiritual journey.  Monte closes with tips and advice for first responders on how we can reduce the impact of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW).

  • A Father’s Tale of Loss – The Nada Fronk Story – Part 1 (SAM 376)

    31/08/2021 Duração: 54min

    On May 26, 2021, Monte Fronk, native American and Emergency Manager for the Mille Lacs Bank of Ojibwe received the most unimaginable news a father could receive. His daughter had been violently murdered. This episode, dedicated to Monte’s daughter, Nada, chronicles the events surrounding her murder, the fire department’s response and the traditions of our spiritual journey.  Monte closes with tips and advice for first responders on how we can reduce the impact of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW).  

  • Traditional Decision Making Process (SAM 375)

    01/06/2021 Duração: 23min

    In the early days of decision making research, most of the studies were conducted in college classrooms and laboratories. These settings were nothing like the high-risk, high-consequence environments faced by public safety providers. Nonetheless, the traditional decision making process does have its place and we’ll discuss where.   Contact us   www.SAMatters.com   www.RichGasaway.com   612-548-4424 (office)   Let’s Get connected   Facebook: Follow SAMatters LinkedIn: Follow Rich Gasaway Twitter: Follow Rich Gasaway Instagram: Follow SA_Matters Youtube: Subscribe to SAMattersTV Itunes: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Stitcher Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Google Play: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio iHeart Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System http://www.firefighternearmiss.com/   The SAMatters Show is the longest running, fastest growing, safety focused weekly program on the Internet. If you know a company that might be interested in advertising their product or service t

  • Communications Issues Impact Situational Awareness (SAM 374)

    25/05/2021 Duração: 29min

    Under the best of conditions there can be miscommunications. When you add stress, uncertainty, changing conditions, and risk, communications can become very challenging. The first level of developing situational awareness is capturing the clues and cues from the environment. This includes capturing verbal clues and cues from dispatchers and responders. To miss radio communications is to miss clues and cues.   Contact us   www.SAMatters.com   www.RichGasaway.com   612-548-4424 (office)   Let’s Get connected   Facebook: Follow SAMatters LinkedIn: Follow Rich Gasaway Twitter: Follow Rich Gasaway Instagram: Follow SA_Matters Youtube: Subscribe to SAMattersTV Itunes: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Stitcher Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Google Play: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio iHeart Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System http://www.firefighternearmiss.com/   The SAMatters Show is the longest running, fastest growing, safety focused weekly program on the Internet. If you kn

  • Staffing Issues Impact Situational Awareness (SAM 373)

    18/05/2021 Duração: 29min

    Challenges to a decision maker’s situational awareness from issues related to staffing were among the most significant findings from my research. I can make this bold statement for several reasons. First, from the multiple card sort exercise, forty‑three percent of the cards selected by commanders were for issues that related to staffing. Second, when I evaluated existing studies on the barriers that challenge situational awareness, in no other high-risk, high-consequence decision making environment were decision makers impacted from issues related to staffing. Contact us   www.SAMatters.com   www.RichGasaway.com   612-548-4424 (office)   Let’s Get connected   Facebook: Follow SAMatters LinkedIn: Follow Rich Gasaway Twitter: Follow Rich Gasaway Instagram: Follow SA_Matters Youtube: Subscribe to SAMattersTV Itunes: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Stitcher Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Google Play: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio iHeart Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System

  • Think Past, Present and Future (SAM 372)

    11/05/2021 Duração: 12min

    Flawed situational awareness (SA) is one of the leading contributing factors to first responder near-miss and casualty events. In fact, it is nearly impossible to find a line-of-duty death investigation report that does not implicate flawed SA, or one of the barriers that flaw SA, as contributing to the tragedy. As often as flawed SA is implicated it almost seems tragic how little first responders actually know about how to develop and maintain it, how they lose it, and how they regain it if they do lose it. This episode focuses some aspects of the first two, developing and maintaining SA. Contact us   www.SAMatters.com   www.RichGasaway.com   612-548-4424 (office)   Let’s Get connected   Facebook: Follow SAMatters LinkedIn: Follow Rich Gasaway Twitter: Follow Rich Gasaway Instagram: Follow SA_Matters Youtube: Subscribe to SAMattersTV Itunes: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Stitcher Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Google Play: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio iHeart Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Firefight

  • Simulations (SAM 371)

    04/05/2021 Duração: 15min

    Your highest level of situational awareness is formed when you are able to make accurate predictions about future events. In neuroscience, this is called projection and it simply means you are able to predict, or project, the future events. This is accomplished through mental models you develop that are founded in your training and experience.   Contact us   www.SAMatters.com   www.RichGasaway.com   612-548-4424 (office)   Let’s Get connected   Facebook: Follow SAMatters LinkedIn: Follow Rich Gasaway Twitter: Follow Rich Gasaway Instagram: Follow SA_Matters Youtube: Subscribe to SAMattersTV Itunes: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Stitcher Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Google Play: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio iHeart Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System http://www.firefighternearmiss.com/   The SAMatters Show is the longest running, fastest growing, safety focused weekly program on the Internet. If you know a company that might be interested in advertising their produc

  • Expectations (SAM 370)

    27/04/2021 Duração: 12min

    Your highest level of situational awareness is formed when you are able to make accurate predictions about future events. In neuroscience, this is called projection and it simply means you are able to predict, or project, the future events. This is accomplished through mental models you develop that are founded in your training and experience.   Contact us   www.SAMatters.com   www.RichGasaway.com   612-548-4424 (office)   Let’s Get connected   Facebook: Follow SAMatters LinkedIn: Follow Rich Gasaway Twitter: Follow Rich Gasaway Instagram: Follow SA_Matters Youtube: Subscribe to SAMattersTV Itunes: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Stitcher Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Google Play: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio iHeart Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System http://www.firefighternearmiss.com/   The SAMatters Show is the longest running, fastest growing, safety focused weekly program on the Internet. If you know a company that might be interested in advertising their produc

  • Complacency Kills (SAM 369)

    20/04/2021 Duração: 16min

    Complacency is a dangerous affliction and a very challenging barrier to situational awareness for workers in high-risk environments. When a worker becomes complacent they let their guard down. What does that mean? It’s a cliché – to let your guard down. It means the worker is no longer paying attention to the dangerous environment they are in. Contact us   www.SAMatters.com   www.RichGasaway.com   612-548-4424 (office)   Let’s Get connected   Facebook: Follow SAMatters LinkedIn: Follow Rich Gasaway Twitter: Follow Rich Gasaway Instagram: Follow SA_Matters Youtube: Subscribe to SAMattersTV Itunes: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Stitcher Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Google Play: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio iHeart Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System http://www.firefighternearmiss.com/   The SAMatters Show is the longest running, fastest growing, safety focused weekly program on the Internet. If you know a company that might be interested in advertising their product

  • Distractions and Interruptions (SAM 368)

    13/04/2021 Duração: 22min

    Along a worker’s journey toward envisioning, developing, and implementing their plan to guide their (hopefully) successful outcome, they are likely to encounter two situational awareness barriers that can quickly derail their focus.   Distractions and interruptions occur for different reasons but have the same result. Both can draw a worker’s attention (and focus) away from goal setting and action planning.     Contact us   www.SAMatters.com   www.RichGasaway.com   612-548-4424 (office)   Let’s Get connected   Facebook: Follow SAMatters LinkedIn: Follow Rich Gasaway Twitter: Follow Rich Gasaway Instagram: Follow SA_Matters Youtube: Subscribe to SAMattersTV Itunes: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Stitcher Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Google Play: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio iHeart Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System http://www.firefighternearmiss.com/   The SAMatters Show is the longest running, fastest growing, safety focused weekly program on the Internet. If you

  • Short-Term Memory (SAM 367)

    06/04/2021 Duração: 18min

    Short-term memory can create a formidable challenge to situational awareness. Long-term memory is huge, some might argue it’s limitless. Short-term memory, not so much. The capacity of the average person’s short-term memory is about seven pieces of unrelated information, give or take a few. We’ll discuss this challenge and some tips for how to work around this cognitive shortcoming. Contact us   www.SAMatters.com   www.RichGasaway.com   612-548-4424 (office)   Let’s Get connected   Facebook: Follow SAMatters LinkedIn: Follow Rich Gasaway Twitter: Follow Rich Gasaway Instagram: Follow SA_Matters Youtube: Subscribe to SAMattersTV Itunes: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Stitcher Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Google Play: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio iHeart Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System http://www.firefighternearmiss.com/   The SAMatters Show is the longest running, fastest growing, safety focused weekly program on the Internet. If you know a company that might be

  • Firefighter Wellness: Leading a balanced life. Dr. Donnie Hutchinson – Part 2 (SAM 366)

    30/03/2021 Duração: 45min

    Dr. Donnie explores the health and wellness qualities that make for successful firefighters and other first responders at work and home.  He teaches how and why firefighters and first responders need to put their physical, psychological, social, and spiritual needs first.  Dr. Donnie educates first responders that the greater they care for themselves, the better they will be able to serve their communities and their families.  His education process includes using interactive activities and discussions to identify who and what are important in firefighter lives and how to begin aligning your day-to-day behaviors with your priorities in life.   Dr. Donnie Hutchinson is an Army National Guard veteran, author, speaker, University of Dayton professor, Podcaster, and a Work-Life Balance instructor who works with firefighters, law enforcement officers and first responders on self-care and work-life balance strategies to improve their success at home, work, and life. Dr. Donnie has been the work-life balance trainer

  • Firefighter Wellness: Leading a balanced life. Dr. Donnie Hutchinson – Part 1 (SAM 365)

    23/03/2021 Duração: 40min

    Dr. Donnie explores the health and wellness qualities that make for successful firefighters and other first responders at work and home.  He teaches how and why firefighters and first responders need to put their physical, psychological, social, and spiritual needs first.  Dr. Donnie educates first responders that the greater they care for themselves, the better they will be able to serve their communities and their families.  His education process includes using interactive activities and discussions to identify who and what are important in firefighter lives and how to begin aligning your day-to-day behaviors with your priorities in life.   Dr. Donnie Hutchinson is an Army National Guard veteran, author, speaker, University of Dayton professor, Podcaster, and a Work-Life Balance instructor who works with firefighters, law enforcement officers and first responders on self-care and work-life balance strategies to improve their success at home, work, and life. Dr. Donnie has been the work-life balance trainer

  • My life changed forever in a split second – The John Moore Story Part 2 (SAM 364)

    16/03/2021 Duração: 39min

    John Moore lives in Southwest Ohio with his wife of nearly 15 years and their two children (ages 7 and 9). He attended Sinclair Community College directly out of high school and earned his firefighter 2, fire inspector, and paramedic certifications. He worked part-time for Clearcreek Fire District before being hired by the City of Kettering Fire Department as a career firefighter-paramedic in October 2007.  John worked as a firefighter paramedic until sustaining a paralyzing spinal cord injury caused by an off-duty accident in September 2008. John continues to serve the City of Kettering Fire Department full time in an administrative capacity.      Contact us   www.SAMatters.com   www.RichGasaway.com   612-548-4424 (office)   Let’s Get connected   Facebook: Follow SAMatters LinkedIn: Follow Rich Gasaway Twitter: Follow Rich Gasaway Instagram: Follow SA_Matters Youtube: Subscribe to SAMattersTV Itunes: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Stitcher Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Google Play: Subscribe to SAMatters

  • My life changed forever in a split second – The John Moore Story Part 1 (SAM 363)

    09/03/2021 Duração: 29min

    John Moore lives in Southwest Ohio with his wife of nearly 15 years and their two children (ages 7 and 9). He attended Sinclair Community College directly out of high school and earned his firefighter 2, fire inspector, and paramedic certifications. He worked part-time for Clearcreek Fire District before being hired by the City of Kettering Fire Department as a career firefighter-paramedic in October 2007.  John worked as a firefighter paramedic until sustaining a paralyzing spinal cord injury caused by an off-duty accident in September 2008. John continues to serve the City of Kettering Fire Department full time in an administrative capacity.    Contact us   www.SAMatters.com   www.RichGasaway.com   612-548-4424 (office)   Let’s Get connected   Facebook: Follow SAMatters LinkedIn: Follow Rich Gasaway Twitter: Follow Rich Gasaway Instagram: Follow SA_Matters Youtube: Subscribe to SAMattersTV Itunes: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Stitcher Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Google Play: Subscribe to SAMatters R

  • Live Events Q & A (SAM 362)

    02/03/2021 Duração: 27min

    This Q&A session addresses questions from recent live situational awareness programs. Much of the inspiration for the blog posts come from participant questions but this may be the first podcast episode dedicated to questions asked during live events. The three questions we address include:   What can I do to improve my intuition?   What can I do as first responders to combat information overload?   How can I tell when my perception of reality is flawed?     Contact us   www.SAMatters.com   www.RichGasaway.com   612-548-4424 (office)   Let’s Get connected   Facebook: Follow SAMatters LinkedIn: Follow Rich Gasaway Twitter: Follow Rich Gasaway Instagram: Follow SA_Matters Youtube: Subscribe to SAMattersTV Itunes: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Stitcher Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Google Play: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio iHeart Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System http://www.firefighternearmiss.com/   The SAMatters Show is the longest running, fastest growi

  • Six Red Flags for Danger (SAM 361)

    23/02/2021 Duração: 17min

    The red flags discussed in the episode are clues and cues that provide conscious (overt) awareness of what is going on or subconscious (covert) awareness of what may be going on. The red flags are clues and cues that indicate things may not be right for an interior entry.   Contact us   www.SAMatters.com   www.RichGasaway.com   612-548-4424 (office)   Let’s Get connected   Facebook: Follow SAMatters LinkedIn: Follow Rich Gasaway Twitter: Follow Rich Gasaway Instagram: Follow SA_Matters Youtube: Subscribe to SAMattersTV Itunes: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Stitcher Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Google Play: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio iHeart Radio: Subscribe to SAMatters Radio Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System http://www.firefighternearmiss.com/   The SAMatters Show is the longest running, fastest growing, safety focused weekly program on the Internet. If you know a company that might be interested in advertising their product or service to our listeners and viewers, ask them to contact us at SAMa

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