With the great response of the video just released, Miami Dade, A Closer Look, we figured we would do a follow-up question and answer session because like any good movie, the books are normally even better. There were only so many details we could include in the movie and now it’s time for the rest of the story.
Fitness – it’s a word that we all know too well. Everyone wants to be in shape, whether your excuse is to become what society calls “fit,” you simply want it for yourself, or if it is a benefit to your professional occupation.
ERDI went on a ride-along and got a closer look into the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue team. What you are about to watch are the results of that ride-along.
Fitness in diving, specifically public safety diving, allows us to perform, be successful, and refrain from injury. Obesity and laziness are the killers of public safety personnel. Public safety divers often find themselves in the least preferable conditions doing the dirtiest of work. Fitness is how we are going to stay alive in the long run.
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What one team thought would be a typical day on the water training turns out to be a lesson to all on general water safety. Swift water training is a critical skill for public safety dive teams, you never know when you’ll need it but you’ll always be happy you have it.
We get it, you want to have the best public safety dive team. We also get it’s hard to figure out how to fund this. Training isn’t cheap and funding is hard to come by these days. What if we told you your team could potentially PROFIT from training? Yes, you read that right.
We’re taking public safety diving to the beach with one diver’s story of a rip current surf rescue. We all know rip currents are no joke but what was the true lesson the rescuer learned from this situation?
What do being a soldier, firefighter and public safety diver have in common? The easy answer is service. Learn more about one man’s journey through all three and how it’s impacted his life and career.
If we’re not constantly learning we remain stagnant and remaining stagnant means we don’t evolve. In the ever changing Public Safety field we should always be learning and staying up to date with current proccedures. We’re sharing stories of Public Safety teams out on the job and what they’re learning from the situations they’re called into.