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Thursday, January 29, 2015

Fire Engineering Newsletter- Deadly 4 Alarm Fire in San Francisco, Other

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Fire Engineering Newsletter | January 29, 2015

Charleston (WV) Firefighter/Paramedic Ryan Pennington makes his Fire Engineering Talk Radio debut tonight with "Building the Unbreakable Firefighter." CLICK HERE at 7:30 p.m. Eastern to listen or learn how to call in.

Looking for an article from a previous issue of Fire Engineering magazine? Make use of our editorial indices, which allow you to search by subject matter and author. Indices go back to 2000.—Pete Prochilo, Online Editor 
Deadly Four-Alarm Fire in San FranciscoFire officials say one person is dead and at least six people have been injured in a massive, four-alarm fire at a residential building in San Francisco's Mission District.
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Humpday Hangout: EAPs and Firefighter Mental HealthBobby Halton and Erich Roden talk to Frank Ricci, P.J. Norwood, and Jim Rascati about employee assistance programs (EAP) and mental health issues for firefighters.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Helmet Cam: Fresno (CA) RescueDramatic video from the Fresno Fire Department shows the rescue of three children from a burning apartment.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Radio: The Mikey G. and Mikey D. ShowMike Gagliano and Mike Dugan discuss "The Monster Within" with Firefighter Ric Jorge and how stress and stress inoculation impact the fire service. Listen to an archive of last night's show.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
KME PRO (Pumper Rescue Optimized)The PRO is a multi-purpose response vehicle which addresses the ever-changing needs of today’s fire service, with an increased focus on maximizing storage space.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Onspot of North AmericaSince its origination in 1977, the Onspot automatic tire chain system has received worldwide acceptance for its benefits in providing drivers with increased safety and productivity in snow and ice.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Skedco Patient SimulatorSkedco is introducing new (patent pending) patient simulators that will solve many of the problems rescue trainers encounter with mannequins.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Rearmount Ladder KME ladders lead the fire service in horizontal reach, tipload capacity (wet and dry), high-capacity water flow, monitor positioning, and safe access to the ladder.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
High Performance Seat TechnologyUSSC Valor seating is the leader in advanced seat technology for firefighters. Valor seats use SCBA support straps. Their dynamically adjustable back provides safety and support. Easy access to seat belts and buckles allows the firefighter to be secured in record time.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Zistos ExplorerSCOPE for Search and RescueThe ExplorerSCOPE is a rapidly deployable, four-way articulated video camera that can be inserted through openings as small as 10mm to search for victims in time-critical rescue situations. It can generate images up to 40+ feet away in pitch darkness.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes?Who are the new guys that are leading and representing the industry? David Rhodes with the Hump Day SOS.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Zu Zu ManWho stole the trust from your department? Warren Cersley on a crucial ingredient to the profession.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Fireground Command, Control, Accountability and Survival: Why Did It Go Wrong? These words have been around the fire service longer than all of us. So then, why is it so hard to maintain them? Watch a free presentation from Billy Goldfeder.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
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FDIC InternationalApril 20-25, 2015
Indianapolis, IN  
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