Jumpseat Radio 028: SLICERS with ISFSI President Steve Pegram

Jumpseat Radio Podcast 28  Slicers with ISFSI Steve Pegram

ISFIS Chief Pegram

In this episode of Jumpseat Radio podcast 28 host Ryan Pennington welcomes the President of the International Society of Fire Service Instructors President Chief Steve Pegram.  Chief Pegram is currently serving as the fire chief for the Goshen Ohio Fire Department.  The ISFSI just released a video highlighting the new fire dynamic research that has recently been released. With the release of the SLICERS video this research is being shared with firefighters worldwide.

 

In this episode Ryan and Steve talk

 

SLICERS

Applying new research

Adjusting for your department

Difference between SLICERS in rural and urban fire departments

 

ISFSI

The International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI) began over 53 years ago in 1961 when a handful of instructors got together to talk about how they could improve firefighter safety.  Over the next five decades the ISFSI has contributed to the fire service through education and support of fire instructors everywhere. As a driving force in 2014 the ISFSI leads fire and EMS instructors in their efforts to reduce firefighter fatalities and injuries, increase firefighter safety, and improve the profession through education and training.

 

Find out more Here 

 

 

 

Jumpseat Nation Challenge!

 

Chief Pegram’s wife has recently became ill and its in need of a double lung transplant. I would like to challenge Jumpseat Nation to join me in helping give back to this fire service leader. Chief Pegram’s family will have a significant challenge ahead of them as she awaits a match for transplant and will need costly anti-rejection medications once she receives the transplant.

With this episode I challenge all the listeners to click on the link below and donate at least 5 dollars to this wonderful fire service family.  If we can get all 10,000 members of Jumpseat Nation to give 5.00 imagine the impact we can have to help out!

Here is the link to Mollie’s story and donation page!  

 

Come on Jumpseat Nation!!!