Tactical Fire Problem – Home Depot

This week The Tactical Fire Problem is a Home Depot lumber supply store.

1.) What do these conditions indicate in a non combustible sprinklered building?

2.) There has been no activation of an interior detection or suppression system in the building. The customers are still in the store.

3.) What is your initial C A N report and request for resources?

4.) On side “Charlie” there are roofing contractor trucks.

5.) What is your method of attack? How many lines and how might they be advanced?

Tactical Fire Problem – A Large Mill Complex

This week The Tactical Fire Problem is a large Mill complex.

1.) Based upon these three stacked windows of fire how long would you estimate you have to mount an attack?

2.) Many New England Mills were built along the river for power etc. How will you do a 360? Can it be done? Have you preplanned it?

3.) What does your attack plan and sequence of events look like?

4.) Are there any logical building features in this type of occupancy that might help you?

5.) What is your plan for water supply for this incident?

Tactical Fire Problem – Tractor Trailer

This week the Tactical Fire Problem is a tractor trailer fire with a diesel leak feeding a ground fire.

1.) What is your initial action?

2.) Do you carry class B foam? What is your deployment time for an inline eductor?

3.) How much fuel will a saddle tank hold on a tractor trailer?

4.) What is the possibility that water and agent will add volume that will cause fire to run under other equipment or exposures?

5.) What equipment and resources are at your disposal that could help this situation?

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