This week The Firefighter Training Podcast, Leadership Language segment is about focus.
This week the Tactical Fire Problem is in a campground where it appears there may have been a water heater explosion on a pop-up?
1.) You have 2 victims showing, is it possible you may have a 3rd victim? What is your thought process that makes you think that?
2.) What other hazards do you have on this camper?
3.) If you arrived with 4 personnel how do you deploy them in this instance?
4.) In a campground there is likely no hydrants, what is your plan for water supply and how much water will this incident take?
5.) Have you been into and preplanned any campgrounds you have, or in mutual aid areas?
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast speaks with Fire Service Historian Retired Saugus Massachusetts Fire Chief Jim Blanchard. We Talk about Chief Croker, Fire dogs, Fire Horses and one more meaning for the word Jake.
This week 60Second Safety involves out community education efforts
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast, Leadership Language segment is about the word discipline.
This week the Tactical Fire Problem involves a smell of smoke in the basement and you open the furnace room and this is what you see …some slight smoke condition.
1.) What tools did you have with you in the basement on the investigation of a smell/smoke/
2.) What actions did you take when “conditions changed rapidly”?
3.) When you investigate these incidents do you always evacuate the civilians from the structure or do you leave them in the house or tale them with you while investigating?
4.) How do you handle this incident?
5.) What is the most likely type of fuel this device is fueled by?