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Friday, May 13, 2016

Fire Engineering

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Firefighter Rescue Survey     

Primary Search Supported by Statistics

Learn about one group's effort to get data behind effective primary search.
     

Balancing Act: Controlling Ventilation

Mark Cotter has part four of his series on ventilation and fire dynamics.
Billy Greenwood     

Ride or Die by the Red Box

Has "Internet training" started to influence the quality of your fireground operations? A commentary from Billy Greenwood.
Michael D. Staats     

Ripples on the Pond of Life

Michael D. Staats on how apparently inconsequential interactions can have lasting impact.
Jarrod Sergi     

Dear Supervisor, I'm Confused.

Jarrod Sergi comments on the troubling fate of passionate firefighters in some fire departments.
     

Standing in the Way

What are the life lessons, communications lessons, and leadership lessons that you learned as you came up on your farm? Warren Cersley shares some of his.
Isaac Frazier     

Clean vs. Dirty Rescue

Every incident will vary depending on the level of entrapment and the patient’s condition. Isaac Frazier has a new Extrication Quick Tip.

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TRAINING MINUTES VIDEOS

 

FIRE NEWS ON TV

Top firefighting news clips gathered from local news affiliates around the country.
KLBK
May. 11, 2016. 11:00 PM EST
Lack Of Fire Hydrants Could Pose Problem As Lubbock Grows

FIRE ENGINEERING FEATURES

 

TRAINING GUIDES

Understanding Fireground Threats, Risks, and PPE

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FIREFIGHTER ARTICLES

Wildfire Burns More than 100 Acres Near Oso (WA)

Western Washington's fire season got off to an early start Thursday night, as a wildfire began burning in a logging area near Oso, growing overnight to more than 100 acres.

FDIC WEBCASTS

May 17: Construction Concerns: Modern Materials
June 14: Issues and Challenges in Today’s Fire Service (Sponsored by FIRE DEX)
June 28: Standpipe Operations (Sponsored by Key Fire Hose)
July 19: Reading Smoke
August 9: SCBA Bootcamp: a Firefighter’s Survival School
September 8: 105 Tactical Extrication Tips in 105 Minutes
October 4: Tactical Thermal Imaging: the First Level of Fire Attack (Sponsored by Avon Protection)

November 15: Extrication and EMS: Coordinating Team Delivery of Critical Care (Sponsored by Zoll)
December 6: Improving Fireground Operations with Thermal Imaging and Modern Fire Dynamics
Jan. 10, 2017: Bruno and Norman “Unplugged”
Feb. 7, 2017: Leadership Panel on Firefighter Addiction, Mental Health, and Recovery
Mar. 14, 2017: Rules of Engagement for Positive-Pressure Attack
April 11, 2017: They Are Us: Fireground Size-Up, Command, Control, Accountability, and Survival

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Corbett's Trivia: Cancer and the Fire Service

What two significant fires in the ‘70s/early ‘80s underscored the connection between toxicity on the fireground and firefighter cancer?

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