We sit down with Chief Brian Brush and touch on A LOT of topics. From his career, engine work, writing, education, and much more. Please support him at www.firebytrade.com Chief Brush is one of the most accomplished members in the fire service today. We hope you enjoy the episode! * Photo Credit - Box 120 Photography * --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/firenuggets-inc/support
Join the boys on the “Train To Live Podcast”. With special guest and friend of the show Chief Brian Brush . Chief Brush will join us to talk about his latest endevour, his Fireground Civilian Rescues Research Project. We will be diving deep with him into the data being captured by his study, the Firefighter Rescue Survey , and all other things fire service related. It’s going to be a epic show!! Don’t miss out!
Brian Brush - Road Map to a Successful Fire Service Career
Crew 1st Culture Podcast
I’m very honored to be joined by Brian Brush today to discuss a “Road Map to a Successful Fire Service Career”. This was a topic requested by a listener and I immediately thought about bringing Brian on to join me for this discussion. I’uveitis been really looking forward to releasing this episode because it is full of great takeaways and I know you’ll enjoy listening. Brian is the Chief Training Officer at the Midwest City Fire Department in Oklahoma. He also runs Fire By Trade and is a partner of our sponsor Wood’s Forcible Entry Door Kit. He speaks and teaches across the nation and is one of the most humble people I’ve met. I owe a lot of where I’m at today to Brian and know that many others out there can say the same thing.
On this Episode of the Weekly Scrap, Brian Brush of Fire by Trade comes on to talk about different issues that face the modern fire service, what impacted him growing up and how it affected his Fire career, as well as his book suggestion for all firefighters to read.
Do you remember the Tot Finder stickers? For many years, families put them on the windows of children’s rooms, so, in case of fire, firefighters would know they should search that room. They’ve mostly fallen out of favor. My guest says we’re now counting on victims to do that—to rescue themselves –and it may not be realistic. Shouldn’t they rightfully expect firefighters to rescue them?Here to discuss that is Brian Brush. Brian’s been in the fire service since 1996 and he’s currently a Firefighter for the City of Edmond, Oklahoma. He has been a classroom instructor at FDIC and is in the EFO program
Episode 016 – Brian Brush, an 18-year veteran of the fire service, is a firefighter at Edmond (OK) Fire Rescue. Prior to Edmond, Brian was a Lieutenant with West Metro Fire Rescue (CO). Brian shares why he got into the fire service and why he made the decision to move departments. It takes humility, passion, commitment, and compromise to excel at this profession, and he says without any of these, it can’t sustain. Brian contributes regularly to Fire Engineering, teaches at various conferences, and will be at the Mile High Firefighter’s Conference next week, October 13-15 2017.