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FDNY Foundation

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The FDNY Pro podcast brings together professionals and experts in the field of Fire and EMS, offering their firsthand knowledge and experience. Hear from the pros as they discuss what they’ve learned on the front lines.
 
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New York City Fire Museum

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The New York City Fire Museum's Throwback FDNY podcast is here to help present the extraordinary history and unique heritage of the fire department in the five boroughs. Each episode, we’ll turn a spotlight on three specific years and share a story from each that we hope brings the Fire Department’s past to life, a must for FDNY history buffs of all ages! This initiative is brought to you with help from the FDNY and the FDNY Foundation.
 
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In this episode of Throwback FDNY...in 1865, the Maltese cross is introduced as a symbol of the fire department. In 1948, Peter Loftus is appointed Chief of Department. And in 1967, a gas leak causes a 13-alarm fire in Queens.由New York City Fire Museum
 
On October 22, 2022, history was made as New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced the appointment, and swore in, Laura Kavanagh as Commissioner of the New York City Fire Department. Commissioner Kavanagh is the 34th commissioner to lead the Department—and the first woman. In her role, she oversees the nation’s largest fire department, including the…
 
Happy New Year! Did you know that if there’s a fire in your home. Closing the Door helps keep smoke and fire from spreading? That’s right, closing doors can keep hallways, stairwells and exits clear so everyone remains safe. In this episode, we talk “doors,” closing them when you doze and when escaping a fire.…
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY… a fire in 1835 destroys nearly 700 buildings in New York City. In 1873, the FDNY organizes what might be their most unusual unit. And, in 1938, Clarence Eldridge Meek is sworn in as an Honorary Captain and Librarian of the FDNY.由New York City Fire Museum
 
We revisit conversations from our latest season of the FDNY Pro Podcast with host, FDNY Deputy Chief Michael Barvels. In our 2022 seventh season, pride and professionalism remains ever-present in FDNY training and operations, and is reflected in the stories and lessons shared here on our podcast. We thank all the members who contributed this season…
 
Season’s Greetings! The holidays are a wonderful—and busy—time of year. We’re sharing tips on how to have a #FDNYSmart holiday season with your family and friends, so you can enjoy all the festivities safely. In this episode, our hosts, Chloe and Danny, go head-to-head in a Fire Safety Cooking Challenge, judged by “celebrity chef and fire safety ex…
 
You may be hearing more and more about “lithium-ion batteries” these days. They’re rechargeable batteries that can be found in electronic devices in every home - like your phone, tablet, electric scooters and bikes. If these batteries aren’t handled properly, they can overheat, catch fire or even explode! In this episode, our special guest, Battery…
 
The heavy demand on electrical usage in high rise buildings warrants the need for high voltage equipment. That is why it's so important to understand the dangers of this equipment and how units can safely operate at fires involving transformer vault rooms. In this episode, FDNY Battalion Chief Anthony Pascocello returns to the podcast to provide li…
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY… an incident in 1861 leads to the first Medal of Honor being awarded; and it has an FDNY connection. In 1867, Doctor Charles McMillan is appointed to be the first official Department Medial Officer. And, in 1942, the FDNY Military Services Division is established.由New York City Fire Museum
 
2022 marks the 25thanniversary of the untimely death of FDNY EMT Tracy Allen Lee who was the first EMT to contract HIV on duty in the city—and in the country. Allen Lee dedicated her life to caring for others but spent the years leading up to her death fighting for the benefits for an illness obtained while in the line of duty. It wasn’t until a ye…
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY, we being in 1913 when the Firemen’s Monument is unveiled; then in 1879, a new apparatus is introduced into the FDNY to combat fires in the city’s skyward-reaching buildings; and in 1954, a notable fire prevention advocate is named Commissioner of the FDNY.由New York City Fire Museum
 
School is in session and we’re back too, kicking-off a brand-new season of the “FDNY Smart Podcast for Kids!” just in time for Fire Prevention Week. While not every emergency or fire is preventable, there are steps we can take to help us stay safe if and when an emergency happens. In this episode, Firefighter Danny’s cousin, Manny, performs a fire …
 
As the attacks on the World Trade Center were carried out, most people viewed the collapses from the outside in. However, on September 11, 2001, then-Captain John "Jay" Jonas and five of his firefighters from Ladder Co. 6 were descending Stairwell B with injured civilian, Josephine Harris, when the North Tower violently collapsed around them. The c…
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY, we begin in 1945, as a military bomber hits the Empire State Building; then in 1970 a terrorist group launches a campaign of arson in New York City; and in 1992, Mychal Judge is appointed as an FDNY Chaplain.由New York City Fire Museum
 
Ladder Company 41 arrived first on-scene to fire and smoke pushing out the windows of aseven-story, fireproof multiple dwelling in the Bronx. Lieutenant Patrick Twomey, Firefighter Rob Rivera and Firefighter James Soutar discuss this challenging operation, which involved scaffolding surrounding the buildingandan aggressivelithium-ion battery fire b…
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY…in 1913, the New York Fire Department Band is formed. In 1940, Patrick Walsh is appointed Chief of Department. And in 1978, a fire in a Brooklyn supermarket claims the lives of six of New York’s Bravest.由New York City Fire Museum
 
Throwback FDNY to 1867, the New York Fire Patrol is named. In 1938, former Manhattan-based volunteer firefighter Alexander Cartwright, Jr. is inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. And in 1958, a fire on Wooster Street in Manhattan, claims the lives of two firefighters and four fire patrolmen.由New York City Fire Museum
 
On July 30, 2021, Rescue Paramedics Hugh Smith and Shewain George were presented with a challenge that would test their many years of training and experience. The rescue medics arrived on scene of a building collapse to find FDNY Special Operations Units operating to rescue two trapped victims. Together with Lieutenant Paul Ardizzone, they worked t…
 
At the FDNY, the roof position can be both physically and mentally demanding. The assignments are largely autonomous, but can drastically improve operating conditions for other members and survivability for civilians, while failure can result in punishing--if not devastating--consequences for all. In this episode of the FDNY Pro Podcast, Battalion …
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY… in 1868, Minthorne Tompkins is the first member of the FDNY to receive a medal for valor; then 1889 Hugh Bonner is made Chief of Department and a medal is named in his honor; and a fire in 1975 causes over 260 firefighters to call in sick the next day!由New York City Fire Museum
 
In this episode of theFDNYSmartPodcastfor Kids!we’re taking part in the annualCPR-AEDAwarenesscampaign!Thisinitiativespotlights how lives can be saved if more people know hands-onlyCPRand how to use an Automated External Defibrillator.Listen in to learnhow YOU can help save a life using this lifesaving technique and tool.…
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY, we begin with the Department's venture into the domain of pre-hospital emergency medical care in 1914; then in 1966, “Breadbox” ambulances are introduced in New York City; and in 1974, the city graduates its first class of paramedics.由New York City Fire Museum
 
Each year, during the month of May, we honor EMTs, paramedics and the entire EMS workforce for their dedication, service and sacrifice. The theme for National EMS Week this year is “Rising to the Challenge,” and our guest in this episode certainly did just that. EMT Menhaz Bhuiyan, of Emergency Medical Dispatch, discusses joining the Department ami…
 
It’s career day at #FDNYSmart! That means in this episode of the FDNY Smart Podcast for Kids! we'll explore the various career paths the FDNY has to offer. While the Department’s main goal is to provide fire protection and other public safety services, we do so much more. Listen in to learn about our rewarding jobs. We believe that the FDNY is the …
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY... we venture back to the days of the Brooklyn Fire Department, starting in 1785 with Brooklyn getting its first fire engine; then a devastating fire ravages one of the Department’s districts in 1848, and finally, the appointment of Thomas Nevins as Chief of the Brooklyn Fire Department in 1870.…
 
Retired FDNY Lieutenant Kevin Shea was involved in one of the most daring roof rope rescues in FDNY history. On May 14, 1991, FDNY firefighters conducted two technical roof rope rescues at the same fire in Midtown Manhattan, hanging 12 stories above the crowded New York City streets. The dramatic rescue was filmed live and later recreated for telev…
 
Throwback FDNY to the Department appoints its first chaplains in 1899; in 1932, Georgiana McMennamin, the last FDNY Matron is hired, and 1982, Harriett Duren, one of the first female firefighters is appointed.由New York City Fire Museum
 
Here at the FDNY we like to say, "Practice makes perfect." We practice a lot, so when there's an emergency we are ready to go. In this episode of the FDNY Smart Podcast for Kids! we discuss the importance of planning your escape in case of fire. Every home should have an exit plan and every one in it should practice the plan regularly!…
 
With 20 years in the Department, FDNY Deputy Chief Natalia Polunin rose through the ranks and was most notably the first woman to command FDNY's specialized HazTac unit. Chief Polunin discusses her career, how she continually opts for new challenges and fosters growth in FDNY's newest EMS members.由FDNY Foundation
 
Firefighter Cameron Peek, Rescue Company 2, has been passed the reins and is embarking on his first season as head coach of one of the Department's largest athletic organizations, the FDNY Bravest Football team. As the 5th coach since the team's founding in 1973, FF Peek discusses the team and their goals for the season. Battalion Chief Brian Mulry…
 
Throwback FDNY to Wesley Williams, the first Black officer in FDNY history, the "Model Cities" program is instituted to help combat economic disparities in New York City's most fire-ravaged communities and a lasting tribute to Captain Richard A. Vernon由New York City Fire Museum
 
The increase in popularity of battery-operated mobility devices, like scooters, skateboards and bicycles has meant a dramatic increase in fires in New York City caused by lithium-ion batteries with sometimes fatal consequences. Lt. John Cassidy, Haz-mat Company 1, discusses the dangers of these batteries, tactics and procedures operational units ca…
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY… The Equitable Building fire in 1912 prompts a major innovation in the FDNY, the FDNY takes on the responsibility of providing fire protection at New York’s first commercial airport in 1939, and the “four-day Commissioner” Elmer Mustard is appointed in 1940.由New York City Fire Museum
 
Did you know Closing the Door when escaping a fire helps keep smoke and fire from spreading? It’s true and is so important. Closing doors can keep hallways and exits clear, so everyone remains safe. These winter months are when accidental fires happen most often. In thisepisodeof the FDNY Smart Podcast for Kids! we’re discussing “winter safety” and…
 
The great work of our firefighters and EMTs this year show the department’s commitment to ensuring the safety of all New Yorkers. Before we say goodbye to 2021, we want to revisit the highlights, takeaways and lessons learned from this year’s Podcast - which include notable rescues, a renewed focus on health and wellness and, perhaps the most momen…
 
In this episode of the FDNY Smart Podcast for Kids! the podcast team is having a party. They remind everyone to have a fantastic holiday season with a few important safety reminders - never leave lit flames unattended, be careful in the kitchen and with your decor. And they just might do a little caroling as well. Seasons Greeting everyone!…
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY...Chief Joseph Martin earns his famous nickname at a fire in 1899. One happy story emerges from a Manhattan fatal fire in 1946 and an aircraft carrier burns at the Brooklyn Navy Yard in 1960.由New York City Fire Museum
 
In the early morning hours of April 3, 2021, units were met with a heavy volume of fire at a commercial building on Springfield Boulevard in Queens. As members operated in the rear of the building, a portion of the roof collapsed trapping Lt. Steve Schuman beneath it. […]由FDNY Foundation
 
Did you know that the rechargeable batteries, or Lithium-ion batteries, that power devices, like your phone, tablet, electric scooters or e-bikes can overheat, catch fire or even explode if they’re not handled properly? In this episodeof the FDNY Smart Podcast for Kids! we give you tips on how to use these batteries safety.…
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY… New York City firefighters march off with General George Washington in 1776. The First New York Fire Zouaves are organized in 1861. And the FDNY Military Memorial is unveiled in Headquarters in 1945.由New York City Fire Museum
 
The health consequences to the FDNY’s WTC-exposed rescue/recovery workers were both immediate and far-reaching. The FDNY WTC Health Program began treatment day one, monitoring evaluations in October 2001 and continues today. The WTC Health Impacts Report summarizes the health impacts of WTC exposure on the FDNY workforce and details how its members…
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY… the loss of three pieces of FDNY apparatus in a fire at the Crystal Palace in 1858. Edward Croker becomes Chief of Department in 1899, and the origin of the FDNY Bureau of Fire Prevention in 1911.由New York City Fire Museum
 
In this episode of the FDNY Smart Podcast for Kids!, the season premiere for the 2021-2022 school year, we are celebrating the annual Fire Prevention campaign! Every year, firefighters, like our host FDNY Captain Michael Kozo, teach adults and kids alike about how to stay safe from fire. In 2021, we’re discussing the “sounds of fire safety.” Join C…
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY… the 1864 attempt to burn down New York during the Civil War, the 1920 bombing on Wall Street, and, starting in 1975 – why there are no lockers at airports anymore!由New York City Fire Museum
 
As the anniversary of 9/11 approaches each year, memories of that day moves forefront in the minds of many members of the Department. Fire Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro, who was Chief of Operations at the time of the attacks, recounts that fateful day 20 years ago, […]由FDNY Foundation
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY… we begin in 1918 with a Fire Department within the Fire Department, next, is the Ritz Tower Fire and Explosion in 1932, and we introduce you to an Olympic Firefighter from 1948由New York City Fire Museum
 
In September 2020, FDNY firefighters Jairo Sosa (Ladder 34) and Abe Miller (Ladder 23) performed a life-saving roof rope rescue, saving a child at a fire in Washington Heights for which they earned well-deserved medals at this year’s Medal Ceremony held in June. The firefighters discuss […]由FDNY Foundation
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY… the World Building Fire of 1882 and how it changed the FDNY, the last run using horses in 1922 and in 1947 firefighter Mark Wohlfeld returns to duty.由New York City Fire Museum
 
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