In this episode of the Firefighter Training Podcast we talk about putting service back into the fire service and sort of a firefighter behavior and attitude reset.
This week 60 Second Safety is about Ice / or water rescue.
This week the tactical Fire Problem is a Trash Chute. These were commonly found in late 60’s and 70’s construction in mid and high rise structures. If you have any of these or respond mutual aid to one, check it out.
1.) Lets assume you are on floor 4 and the door appears wedged open. How can you slow smoke spread?
2.) What can you do to clear a blocked chute?
3.) What companies and how many do you send to the lowest level room, or incinerator?
4.) Is a confined small fire in the chute the potential for greater alarms?
5.) What affect does the construction of the building have on this incident?
This week the Leadership Language Episode of The Firefighter Training Podcast is about Pride.
This week the panel will discuss the different accountability systems used by each department. We will talk about what works, how it works, and how it interfaces with Incident Command as well as mutual aid departments. We will also talk about conducting PAR at incidents.
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This week The Firefighter Training Podcast looks at some USFA injury statistics to see if we can figure out what they actually mean or more importantly what they could mean.
This week on 60 second safety we ask if there is too much “fun” going on at some live burns.
This week the tactical fire problem is an abandoned building.
No specific questions this week.
How will you handle it?
How much water will you need?
This week the Leadership Language episode of the Firefighter Training Podcast is about integrity.
This week the panel will discuss some great fire service leaders from their past and their legacy. Names like Lloyd Layman, Keith Royer, Frank Brannigan, Emanuel Fried, George D. Post, James O Page and others.