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Host Kevin Ferrara, discusses important issues involving fire protection and emergency services, leadership, and organizational management with guests and listeners from around the world.
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AFSO21 Radio host Kevin Ferrara talks about a hidden hazard in our communities, PFAS which is found in firefighting foam.  Kevin talks about where PFAS is found and how it has significantly impacted military installations, nearby communities, and hundreds of thousands of individuals.  Kevin then briefly discusses various health concerns associated with PFAS and how for two military families, PFAS changed their lives forever.Support the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
This weekend, Host Kevin Ferrara discusses PFAS contamination at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Okinawa as well as PFAS contamination at former Wurtsmith Air Force Base in Michigan.  Other topics include volunteer fire departments and how the issues affecting funding, recruitment, and retention are affecting their survivability.  We wrap up this episode asking if volunteer fire departments should be transparent if receiving taxpayer funds.  There is legislation introduced in Pennsylvania that if passed, would exempt volunteer fire departments overall from providing information when a Right to Know Request is submitted .  To submit questions or topic suggestions to AFSO21 Radio, email Host Kevin Ferrara at contact@afso21.comTo submit contact information regarding the Congressional PFAS Task Force, email Kevin at PFAS@afso21.comSupport the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
In this episode, AFOS21 Radio Host Kevin Ferrara updates listeners about the ongoing situation at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Okinawa and the 60,000 gallons of firefighting agent that was released, contaminating not only the base but the local community.  Kevin then reaches out to listeners, encouraging them to contact their Congressional leaders and ask they move H.R 2195 and S. 1105 otherwise know as the PFAS Registry Act of 2019 forward so those who have been exposed to AFFF and or PFAS can begin to have information collected and shared on a routine basis.Wrapping up this episode, Kevin talks about how PFAS being incinerated at low temperatures poses a risk of "acid rain" that can potentially contaminate drinking water sources.Link to legislation discussed in this episode: www.afso21.com/pfasSupport the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
This episode, host Kevin Ferrara briefly talks about how strategy can impact yourself or your organization.Kevin talks about the SWOT analysis and certain pitfalls to be aware of that can result in a negative impact.  Kevin highlights the need for effective communication and teamwork.Strategy blog: https://afso21.com/blog/f/the-five-whys-and-how-they-can-save-you-time-and-moneyTo contact host Kevin Ferrara, send an email to: contact @afso21.comSupport the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
This episode, AFSO21 Radio host, Kevin Ferrara talks about the massive Los Angeles fire that injured 12 firefighters, many critically.  Kevin speaks about the ongoing Marine Corps Air Station Futenma firefighting foam incident.  As the episode winds down, host Kevin Ferrara brings to listeners attention an upcoming PFAS panel that will be live streamed on Facebook.  The panel will feature former civilian and military firefighters who were exposed to firefighting foam and or PFAS through PPE.The PFAS Panel event details are as follows:Date: June 4, 2020 Time: 5:00 pm EDTLocation: AFSO21 Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AFSO21LLC/Viewers can submit questions for the panel in advance by sending an email to: pfas@afso21.comSupport the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
In this episode, AFSO21 Radio Host, Kevin Ferrara discusses the ongoing issues involving PFAS that is plaguing the nation.  Kevin discusses some work that Congress is doing and his involvement in obtaining a standard blood test level and PFAS Registry.  Kevin discusses how the recent riots across the nation are impacting emergency responders.  Wrapping up this week's episode, Kevin discusses the AFSO21 Radio PFAS Discussion Panel.The PFAS Panel will be live streamed on Facebook on the AFSO21 Facebook page on 4 June 2020 at 5:00 pm Eastern Time in the United States.Panel Discussion Link: https://www.facebook.com/AFSO21LLC/posts/551546438869610Here is a list of the PFAS Discussion Panel panelists and their contact information:Kevin Ferrara - Host,  Retired Air Force Firefighter / Command Deputy Fire Chiefhttp://www.afso21.comSteve Kjonaas - Retired Air Force Firefighter / Installation Fire Chiefhttps://vfwco.org/index.php/home/state-vfw-officers/275-steve-kjonaas-dept-coJoe Anderson - Former Air Force Firefighter / Lieutenant Civilian Airport Fire Departmentpapabear2005ja@gmail.comJason Keller - Retired Air Force Firefighter / Assistant Chiefjsnkeller20@yahoo.comPaul & Diane Cotter - Former Lieutenant - Worcester Fire Departmenthttp://www.yourturnoutgearandpfoa.com If you'd like to submit a question to the panel, please send to: PFAS@afso21.comIf you have any other questions or comments, please send to: contact@afso21.comSupport the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
In this episode, host Kevin Ferrara recaps listeners with what panelists during the PFAS Discussion Panel spoke about as the continue their work with each other, environmental groups and of course Congress.Host Kevin Ferrara explained Congress is currently looking at four topic areas consisting of:Increasing funding for clean-up operationsMoratorium on AFFF incinerationPhase out of non-essential uses of PFASPFAS Blood Testing &PFAS RegistryAdditionally, PFAS Discussion Panelists Diane and Paul Cotter spoke about continuing research of PPE that contains PFAS and has a significant impact on wearers. Panelist  Steve Kjonaas spoke about where we as a fire service community or even a society overall want regarding PFAS to include regulation.As the podcast wraps up, host Kevin Ferrara speaks briefly about another location in the United States that is affected by AFFF contamination containing PFAS, Newcastle Air National Guard Base in Delaware where PFAS levels were recorded at 18,140 parts per trillion (ppt), over 259 times the EPAs Lifetime Health Advisory limit of 70 ppt.Links discussed during this Podcast and PFAS Discussion Panel:AFSO21 Website about PFAS: http://www.afso21.com/pfasAFSO21 PFAS Discussion Panel Video: https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=349861839324683EWG PFAS Interactive Map: https://www.ewg.org/interactive-maps/pfas_contamination/map/Dark Waters, Fight Forever Chemicals: http:www.fightforeverchemicals.comYour Turnout Gear and PFOA: http://www.yourturnoutgearsandpfoa.comCongressional PFAS Task: https://dankildee.house.gov/congressional-pfas-task-forceSupport the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
In this episode, host Kevin Ferrara speaks about PFAS news affecting Michigan, Maryland, and Okinawa.  Kevin talks about how, in Michigan, the U.S. Air Force has agreed to work with state agencies to begin clean-up actions at the former Wurtsmith AFB in Oscoda.Additionally, Kevin talks about how PFAS testing is going to start in the Baltimore, Maryland region to include testing of Chesapeake oysters suspected of being contaminated with PFAS.As the podcast wraps up, Kevin speaks briefly about Marine Corps Air Station Futenma and the issue there that's impacting local residents.  Doctor Masami Kawamura, Director, The Informed-Public Project has been putting pressure on the United States to recognize and deal with continuous PFAS accidental releases and exposure at Futenma and Kadena military installations.  Her tireless work has caught the eyes and ears of the U.S Senate who are looking into her concerns.Links:AFSO21 Website about PFAS: http://www.afso21.com/pfasAFSO21 PFAS Discussion Panel Video: https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=349861839324683EWG PFAS Interactive Map: https://www.ewg.org/interactive-maps/pfas_contamination/map/Dark Waters, Fight Forever Chemicals: http:www.fightforeverchemicals.comYour Turnout Gear and PFOA: http://www.yourturnoutgearsandpfoa.comCongressional PFAS Task: https://dankildee.house.gov/congressional-pfas-task-forceThe Informed-Public Project Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/sirenamelSupport the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
In this episode, host Kevin Ferrara is seeking military firefighters who have stories to share with the No Defense documentary filmmakers who are working on a new project highlighting the impact AFFF and PFAs have on individuals.  This is an opportunity to share with the world, the significance AFFF has had on end-users who for the longest time, simply wanted answers as to why they or their family members are/were sick.If you are interested in sharing your AFFF story, please email Kevin your contact information and a brief description of your story to: contact@afso21.comIn other news, host Kevin Ferrara talks about the hazards associated with artificial turf used in many high school sports fields.  These fields have been found to contain PFAS due to the unrecyclable materials used in the products.In the United Kingdom, Kevin learned there are increased concerns with PFAS in food packaging.  Kevin learned that of the 20 samples tested, 95% tested positive for PFAS.  This is of great concern for consumers who simply may not be aware of the products their food is stored in has the potential of contaminating their food.As the episode closes, host, Kevin Ferrara talks about how 3M, a giant in the manufacturing industry using PFAS, has joined a New Hampshire utility company in an ongoing legal case.  Listeners will hear how 3M is underwriting the legal fees for the utility company despite what some consider is an ethical conflict of interest.Links to topics discussed in this episode:PFAS in Playing Fields: https://www.fosters.com/news/20200613/citizens-group-says-test-shows-pfas-in-phs-athletic-fieldNo Defense Documentary: https://www.nodefensedoc.com/UK Food Packaging PFAS Concerns: https://chemtrust.org/pfas-food-packaging-uk/3M Underwriting Legal Fees: https://news.bloomberglaw.com/pfas-project/pfas-maker-3m-pays-utilitys-legal-fees-in-state-regulatory-fightAFFF Manufacturers Congressional Testimony: https://www.minnpost.com/national/2019/09/3m-grilled-over-pfas-chemicals-at-congressional-hearing/Support the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
In this episode, host Kevin Ferrara talks about the recent study conducted by Doctor Graham Peaslee and his colleagues who found firefighter turnout gear contains PFAS and that when subjected to abrasion, sheds particulates containing PFAS that can be absorbed through the skin or inhaled.  The research also found that PFAS was found on the gloves of those testing the samples.As the episode closes, host, Kevin Ferrara talks about how Japanese officials are becoming impatient with the lack of transparency from the U.S. Department of Defense regarding numerous incidents on Okinawa involving firefighting foam or chemicals.. And finally, Kevin talks about how PFAS levels at the U.S. Air Force Academy have declined but no answers were provided by the Air Force or the Department of Defense as to why.Links to topics discussed in this episode:Doctor Graham Peaslee PFAS in PPE Study: https://www.lastcallfoundation.org/nd-articlePDF Copy of PPE Study: https://3242eb8e-ff90-4a39-ab6d-1b93ce14cbad.filesusr.com/ugd/ca355f_3468c00158104a169196fb1d59e94f3a.pdfPDF Copy of PPE Study Supporting Documents: https://3242eb8e-ff90-4a39-ab6d-1b93ce14cbad.filesusr.com/ugd/ca355f_0bb813c764034d8191f7de6ac9acfb2b.pdfJapanese Officials Becoming Impatient with U.S. Department of Defense:https://www.stripes.com/news/pacific/japanese-officials-lodge-complaints-with-us-military-over-okinawa-hazmat-fire-at-kadena-air-base-1.634827?fbclid=IwAR06vFv8I5v94mgdJJtdSgoJcVGhqGenyzpxM3qovGeV5142mrz8CniHOuMAir Force Academy PFAS Testing Results Decline: https://www.usafa.af.mil/News/News-Display/Article/2232446/additional-pfospfoa-test-results-on-af-academy-border-show-levels-below-epa-est/AFSO21 Radio Website: https://afso21.com/podcastSupport the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
In this episode, AFSO21 Radio, The Weekend Wrap-up host Kevin Ferrara talks with military veteran and former firefighter Dan Casson.  Dan submitted several claims for VA disability and was finally successful in receiving a 100% rating due to his cancer that his doctors and the VA attributed to his exposure to AFFF and firefighting while in the military.Listeners will hear from Dan how exposure to AFFF and his battle with numerous forms of cancer has affected not just himself, but his family.Dan talks about how his battle is like a military mission where you "don't quit" and why it's important to keep seeking answers.We'll be following up with Dan later to see how he is doing as he begins his second fight against cancer.Support the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
In this episode, AFSO21 Radio, The Weekend Wrap-up host Kevin Ferrara talks with military veteran and former firefighter Vince Davis.  Vince is a leader and mentor in the fire service that many look to for guidance and encouragement.  Vince is an outspoken individual that says what he thinks and means what he says.  Not afraid to speak about the ongoing AFFF issues plaguing the fire service and the military, Vince has voiced his concerns that AFSO21 echo.Listeners will hear from Vince regarding his exposure to AFFF and PFAS and how his recent blood test has affected his life.Vince gives advice to firefighters on what they need to do to stay healthy and why stating on top of their medical care is important.Here are some links Vince speaks about throughout the podcast:US Military Firefighter's Cancer Information Exchangehttps://www.facebook.com/US-Military-Firefighters-Cancer-Information-Exchange-740142489474441Retired Air Force Fire Officershttps://www.facebook.com/groups/208134052591708Department of Defense (federal) Firefightershttps://www.facebook.com/groups/dodfederalfirefightersDoD Fire and Emergency Serviceshttps://www.facebook.com/groups/DoDFireUSAF Firefightershttps://www.facebook.com/groups/45926182141Support the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
In this episode, host Kevin Ferrara talks to listeners about firefighters at Edwards Air Force Base in California training with high expansion foam (HEF) during an exercise involving an aircraft hangar.  The HEF foam contains hazardous chemicals similar to AFFF yet, firefighters were unnecessarily exposed to toxic foam who likely believed the material was safe thereby why they were lacking proper PPE.Kevin provides his opinion about how leaders in the fire service seemingly enable exposures like that at Edwards Air Force Base and other military and civilian locations to occur without accountability.  Kevin also speaks about previous incidents involving AFFF at active and former military installations where firefighting foam has contaminated local communities and to date, no clean-up has occurred.Link to OSHA Hazard Classification Guidance for Manufacturers, Importers, and Employers: https://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA3844.pdfEdwards Air Force Base Hangar Search & Rescue Exercise: https://www.dvidshub.net/video/762455/edwards-afb-firefighters-conduct-search-and-rescue-training-during-foam-testAdditional video of exercise: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zV3uClQK4wg&fbclid=IwAR14scX4vnBEDsdwfNZZnzxnN5bVTUz2Y9gsSiH8Y-3XiY7jUkkV9wvmXA8 Link to the AFSO21 Web site: http://www.afso21.comSupport the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
In this episode of AFSO21 Radio, The Weekend Wrap-up, host Kevin Ferrara talks about why mentoring in the firehouse is important and what affect or impact it has on each individual and the organization overall.Kevin then provides updates to the Edwards Air Force Base High Expansion Foam incident and explains why it is important now more than ever to contact your local, state, and federal representatives demanding regulations are implemented for chemicals used in products and or equipment used by firefighters.Updates to the Edwards AFB incident can be followed on the AFSO21 Facebook pageInformation regarding PFAS can be found on AFSO21 AFSO21 Links:FacebookLinkedinTwitterYouTubeSupport the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
In this episode, AFSO21 Radio, The Weekend Wrap-up, host Kevin Ferrara speaks one-on-one with Sean Mitchel, Secretary/Treasurer of Nantucket Firefighters Local 2509.Sean begins the interview discussing how he became a firefighter and what led him to where he is today in the fire service highlighting who his mentors were and continue to be.Throughout the interview, Sean explains how he personally became involved in researching PFAS and why the topic is so important to him and his family.  Sean states he personally feels manufacturers, unions, and even the NFPA have an obligation to ensure firefighters are protected from being needlessly exposed to Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).  Both Sean and Kevin speak about how the NFPA must review current PPE standards and make critical changes in how firefighting turnout gear is certified.  Sean highlights the need for more public comment during the NFPA standards review process.  Both Sean and Kevin agree that turnout gear manufactured from this point on must be PFAS free.Sean explains how some individuals battling PFAS, like Diane and Paul Cotter, two individuals host Kevin Ferrara has spoken with and continues to work with on a regular basis, have been repeatedly lambasted by manufacturers and some unions, essentially targeting Diane's stellar work regarding PFAS in turnout gear, claiming her findings are false.  Fortunately, Diane and her colleagues have been able to provide factual evidence showing PFAS in firefighter turnout gear and how PFAS continues to contaminate ground and drinking water across the globe.  Both Sean and Kevin speak about how firefighter unions have a golden opportunity to become leaders regarding how they will take on the PFAS issue and represent firefighters, choosing to conduct themselves either in a passive or active manner.  NFPA 1971, Standard on Protective Ensembles for Structural Fire Fighting and Proximity Fire FightingInternational Association of Fire Fighters (Contact Page)Professional Fire Fighters of Massachusetts (Contact Page)Your Turnout Gear and PFOA (Diane and Paul Cotter)AFSO21 Home PagePod Decks Pod Decks helps podcasters grow their audience while having unique and deeper conversations.Support the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
In this episode, AFSO21 Radio, The Weekend Wrap-up host Kevin Ferrara speaks one-on-one with Larissa Conroy, Orlando FD firefighter paramedic, and Olympic weightlifterLarissa begins the interview discussing how she became a firefighter and why she is so passionate about career development and secondary education.Throughout the interview, Larissa speaks about mentors and how first impressions can have an impact on new firefighters, sharing her experience as a cadet in a fire academy.When asked, Larissa speaks passionately about PFAS and how she, until recently, did not know what PFAS was and where it is found in firefighting equipment.  Knowing more about PFAS and the hazards it presents today, Larissa speaks about what she feels must be accomplished to educate emergency responders and what those responsible for producing products with PFAS must do to better inform end-users.As the episode wraps-up, Larissa shares why pride and loyalty are important to her personally and the fire service.If you want to follow Larissa's accomplishments, check out her social media pages below.Larissa Conroy Facebook PageLarissa Conroy Instagram Page: @larissaconroyBe sure to follow AFSO21 at afso21.com.  To contact host Kevin Ferrara, please send an email to: contact@afso21.comPod Decks Pod Decks helps podcasters grow their audience while having unique and deeper conversations.Support the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
In this episode, AFSO21 Radio, The Weekend Wrap-up host Kevin Ferrara provides his own opinion about PFAS, firefighter turnout gear, and the NFPA, in particular, the certification process for firefighter turnout gear and what he and many others believe needs to be changed.Before the episode begins, host Kevin Ferrara shares the exciting news that Fire Dept. Coffee is now a sponsor of The Weekend Wrap-up podcast.  Listeners who use promo code AFSO21 at checkout will receive a 10% discount.  Even better, 10% of net proceeds from every single sale benefits wounded, ill, or injured firefighters and other first responders through the Fire Dept. Coffee Foundation.Kevin talks about what previous guests of the show, firefighters Sean Mitchell and Larissa Conroy had to say about their thoughts on the issue of PFAS found in firefighter turnout gear and how there was a common concern between the two of them, that being what the NFPA is doing and what more they can do.Kevin stresses the importance that emergency responders become intimately familiar with NFPA 1971, NFPA 1500, and NFPA 1851, three standards that deal with firefighter turnout gear.  Furthermore, Kevin encourages individuals with questions, concerns, and comments MUST utilize the public comment opportunity for applicable NFPA codes and standards when it becomes available.As the episode wraps-up, Kevin circles back to an incident he has been following in Okinawa where 60,000 gallons of firefighting foam was released and spilled into a local community.  Kevin talks about the press release the US Marines provided that in Kevin's eyes, has some discrepancies that warrant further investigation, especially with many US Marines being unnecessarily exposed to the hazardous and toxic firefighting foam.Links to topics mentioned during the episodeNFPA 1971Standard on Protective Ensembles for Structural Fire Fighting and Proximity Fire FightingNFPA 1971 Next Edition NewsNFPA 1500 Standard on Fire Department Occupational Safety, Health, and Wellness ProgramNFPA 1851 Standard on Selection, Care, and Maintenance of Protective Ensembles for Structural Fire Fighting and Proximity Fire FightingBlood Testing for DoD Firefighters, Military.com Story (July 2020) Sponsor InformationFire Dept. CoffeeFire Dept. Coffee FoundationSupport the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)Fire Dept. Coffee Veteran owned and run by firefighters, Fire Dept. Coffee offers a wide variety of delicious coffee
In this episode, AFSO21 Radio, The Weekend Wrap-up host Kevin Ferrara speaks with Jeff Knobbe, firefighter and PPE specialist who shares his personal thoughts on PFAS and how it is affecting firefighters across the country.Jeff starts the episode by sharing with listeners, how he became involved in the fire service.  Jeff then talks about his dealings with the NFPA, manufacturers, and other organizations involved regarding PFAS in turnout gear, and what he personally feels is needed to ensure turnout gear from this point forward is safer to use.Jeff then discusses what role local, state, and federal government officials as well as local and or state unions have with ensuring emergency responders are protected from unnecessary exposure to PFAS or other toxins.As the episode wraps-up, Kevin asks Jeff about the upcoming F.I.E.R.O. PPE symposium and what attendees can expect next year.  Links to topics mentioned during the episodeNFPA 1971Standard on Protective Ensembles for Structural Fire Fighting and Proximity Fire FightingNFPA 1851 Standard on Selection, Care, and Maintenance of Protective Ensembles for Structural Fire Fighting and Proximity Fire FightingF.I.E.R.O. SymposiumSponsor InformationFire Dept. CoffeeFire Dept. Coffee FoundationSupport the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)Fire Dept. Coffee Veteran owned and run by firefighters, Fire Dept. Coffee offers a wide variety of delicious coffeeAFSO21 Your leadership, management, and fire protection and emergency services consulting solution
In this episode, AFSO21 Radio, The Weekend Wrap-up host Kevin Ferrara speaks with Neil Hogan, former Air Force firefighter and retired DoD Chief Fire Officer who was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer in 2018.Neil discusses how he was diagnosed with cancer, the impact it has on him and his family, and how the Veterans Affairs (VA) finally recognized his form of brain cancer, a first according to Neil and his doctors.Nel addresses the need for legislation to be passed regarding PFAS and Federal Firefighters, for many like him, have been fighting to have their medical conditions recognized.Links to topics mentioned during the episodeH.R.1174 - Federal Firefighters Fairness Act of 2019S.1942 - Federal Firefighters Fairness Act of 2019President Trump Spending Package for Brown's Firefighter Cancer RegistryNeil Hogan's NEXUS Letters (Scroll down on the linked page to access/download)Fire Dept. Coffee Veteran owned and run by firefighters, Fire Dept. Coffee offers a wide variety of delicious coffeeAFSO21 Your leadership, management, and fire protection and emergency services consulting solutionSupport the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
In this episode, AFSO21 Radio, The Weekend Wrap-up host Kevin Ferrara speaks with Doctor Graham Peaslee, a renowned leader in the science community who along with his students and esteemed colleagues, conducted research that found PFAS in firefighter turnout gear.  Doctor Peaslee explains why his work is important and why those in the fire service community should be cautious and even concerned.Doctor Peaslee, an individual whose work is often referenced across the globe, responds to and clarifies criticism of his recent work, explaining how it is important to recognize who's the critic and their backgrounds before accepting or dismissing their opinionsDoctor Peaslee explains why it is important for manufacturers of firefighter turnout gear to offer an ingredient list for buyers to make informed decisions on what products suit them best.Links to topics & information discussed in the episode.Doctor Peaslee and his colleague's paper titled, Another Pathway for Firefighter Exposure to Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances: Firefighter TextilesDoctor Chrostowski's Op-Ed published on the Fire Rescue website titled, Research and Independent Testing Shows Firefighter's Turnout Gear Remains Safe Despite ClaimsDoctor Peaslee's Response to Doctor Chrostowski's Op-Ed, published on the Fire Engineering website titled, Researcher, Responds to Claims about PFAS, Firefighter PPE.American Cancer Society webpage titled, Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA), Teflon, and Related ChemicalsFire Dept. Coffee Veteran owned and run by firefighters, Fire Dept. Coffee offers a wide variety of delicious coffeeAFSO21 Your leadership, management, and fire protection and emergency services consulting solutionSupport the show (https://afso21.com/podcast)
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