This week The Firefighter Training Podcast looks at some of the elements of documentation and report writing for the fire service.
This week on 60 Second Safety we talk about the potential for assault on our personnel.
This week the Firefighter Training Podcast Leadership Language segment is about the word supervise.
This week the Tactical Fire Problem is an automobile fire with victim. (s) ?
1.) The presence of one victim does not mean this incident is “all clear”. How will you determine if other victims are present?
2.) What types of things explode on vehicles?
3.) How toxic is the smoke from burning autos? What treatment must be given to the victim?
4.) What is the attack plan?
5.) How much training have you done with new automobile proximity key devices?
This week the Firefighter Training Podcast looks at the Incident Command Process. Not the Incident Command System but some ways to help you make decisions that need to be made. We will discuss evaluating resources, gathering intelligence, and forming and supporting a command team
This week 60 Second Safety is about sirens and hearing loss.
This week the Firefighter Fighter Training Podcast Leadership Language is about punctuality.
This week the tactical fire problem is about an overheat/fire in a complex industrial machine.
When you go out and preplan industrial buildings, also preplan some of the systems, machines and processes. Not only will you need to know that in a fire, but in cases of industrial accidents, people trapped and other issues. Some machines have systems that must be shut down in sequence or worst consequences could occur.
What is your plan?
This week the panel will discuss ISO (Insurance Service Offices) and what fire departments should be doing about it. We will overview the rating system, some of the requirements and offer our opinions on the topic.
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This week the firefighter Training Podcast is talking about salvage operations. While we are all short staffed, property conservation is still part of our business. Take a listen to see how to make it work