This week on 60 Second Safety we again remind you of the safety concerns when moving patients in difficult terrain.
This week on The Firefighter Training Podcast Leadership Language Segment we talk about the word organization.
Join us as the panel hears a close call incident review from Chief Joe Pronesti. The panel will see if there are any lessons that can be passed on for others.
You can watch live on YOUTUBE or here on the EVENTS page interact with the panel by leaving comments. You can also watch us live at Firefightingtoday.com.
This week the Tactical Fire Problem involves a situation where you are off duty, in an out of district area at a nightclub. Review the story f the Beverly Hills Supper Club for an incident just like this where a career firefighter (off duty) almost did not make it out.
1.) How well prepared are you when you are “off duty”? Are you aware of your surroundings?
2.) How would you react if you had been drinking?
3.) Would your actions be different if you had a significant other with you or another loved one?
4.) Is it possible to overestimate your training and the reaction of a mob/crowd?
5.) What are you going to do? Give your first three actions.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast discusses the question Are You Prepared? We ask this at all levels of rank and look far beyond what we might normally think.
This week on 60 Second Safety we look at “half of a change” as a safety issue.
This week on The Firefighter Training Podcast Leadership Language Segment we talk about the word planning.
Welcome to our first roundtable of the new season! We will just be talking abut the events from over the summer and just round robin the subjects as they arise. Join us and leave YOUTUBE comments to interact with the panel. You can watch us here on the events page or watch us at Firefightingtoday.com
This week the Tactical Fire Problem is a house fire that might have some construction challenges.
1.) What is your BIR (Brief Initial Report) in CAN format?
2.) If you have two victims showing, what is the importance of doing a 360 if and when possible?
3.) What effect will the age of the building and construction features have on the fire spread and travel?
4.) With the first alarm response committed to rescue, how long will it take for water to be applied to the room of origin in a building like this? ( Be realistic!)
5.) List the tactical priorities that might need to be considered here.