I think that tattoos in the fire service are not unprofessional and they are a way for firefighters to remember their story and to use it to help others. Transcript: "So what do I think of tattoos in the fire service while I have a few tattoos? And I think for the majority of it I think it's it's not a lack of professionalism. I think it's really a lot of people put a lot of thought into what they put on their bodies and for me a lot of it is my history. My story is so that I can remember. And also it's kind of putting it into permanent form of this. Something that I want to remember and this is something I want to be able to utilize to help other people remember. Maybe they're, they're struggling moments or their perseverance moments and I think, you know, it's it's a very personal thing. It's a very powerful thing to some people, so that's my take."
I think that tattoos in the fire service are not unprofessional and they are a way for firefighters to remember their story and to use it to help others.
Firefighters stay up-to-date on the latest technologies and best practices by understanding the basics, reading Firehouse Magazine, staying aware of UL testing, and learning from experiences.
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At the firehouse, we have good chefs who make lunch and dinner for everyone. We get to have leftovers for breakfast and make our own menus when someone is on overtime.
To wipe my boots off before I get home, I listen to music and take a break if needed. I also focus on getting my head and body right so I can be engaged in my own life when I get home.
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