This week The Firefighter Training Podcast looks at the Rule of Air Management in an Interview with Captain Mike Gagliano.
This week 60 second safety is about the question of whether membership in two departments could be a safety issue.
This week on The Firefighter Training Podcast, Leadership Language segment we talk about the word coach.
This week the Tactical Fire problem is a daytime fire, unknown status of occupants. This one might have some fire science applications.
1.) How would you describe the flow path at that porch front door?
2.) What might that indicate to you from an attack perspective?
3.) There is visible fire behind the glass in that front window, but the glass is intact. What will happen when that glass fails?
4.) What indicators do you have that there might be extension already to floor 2?
5.) What is your CAN report and what is your Incident Action Plan?
This week the Firefighter Training Podcast talks about how to measure if we are actually making the fireground safer.
This week 60 second safety is about air pack maintenance.
This week on The Firefighter Training Podcast, Leadership Language segment we talk about the word mentor.
This week you have been called to a fire in a restaurant kitchen. Alarms are sounding in the building, but many patrons have not evacuated.
1.) What items would you normally take in to investigate this alarm if you had nothing showing from the outside?
2.) How would you split your first 4 personnel to handle the fire and the evacuation issue?
3.) What is your radio report as you enter the kitchen and find this?
4.) What is the most logical “exposure” problem you face here?
5.) The suppression system has not activated, what will you do to extinguish this fire effectively?
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast is “All About Equipment”
This week 60 second safety is about the lack of personnel as a safety issue.