This week The Firefighter Training Podcast talks about how to best use YOUTUBE videos for training purposes. We also touch on photographs as well.
This week 60 Second Safety looks at molten or liquid fire.
This week on The Firefighter Training Podcast Leadership Language Segment we talk about the word initiative.
This week the Tactical Fire Problem goes back to a hospital Operating room. What does a serious incident in these special occupancies mean to you?
1.) How would you respond to this upon arrival as the first due company at the hospital?
2.) What other critical systems could have been affected by this incident?
3.) What are your contingency plans on where you can move additional patients? Do you have enough “areas of refuge” or enough space?
4.) What other systems could affect fire spread?
5.) Are you familiar with all critical shut off valves in these facilities?
If You do not have a hospital, do you have any surgical centers off site and located in strip malls, or any surgical centers adjacent to dentists offices. Don’t think it can’t happen in your area!
This week the Firefighter Training Podcast looks at using NIOSH reports for training. We discuss some working options and also discuss some shortcomings as well.
This week 60 Second Safety looks at how the lack of ethics could lead to a safety hazard.
This week on The Firefighter Training Podcast Leadership Language Segment we talk about the word persuasiveness.
Join the panel for a review of a new piece of equipment called HYDROVENT that not only applies water to extinguish the fire but allows for hydraulic ventilation as well. Join Kevin O’Donnell as he reviews this innovative piece of equipment. You can watch live on YOUTUBE or on the EVENTS page to leave comments and interact with the panel.
This week the Tactical Fire Problem involves a pet store with apartments above.
1.) What is your BIR (brief Initial Report) in C A N format?
2.) Based upon initial smoke condition is this an advanced fire? Why?
3.) What additional challenges does the Pet Store bring to this scenario?
4.) What is your I A P for this incident?
5.) What additional notifications and procedures might have to be made and followed after knockdown.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast looks at and asks the question, What if it is not a fire? How are we ready for these events and have we thought of them ahead of time?