This week The Firefighter Training Podcast looks at the phrase I Didn’t See That Coming and how it relates to activities on the job, incidents, in station activities and relationships.
1.) What are the first incident priorities?
2.) How would you begin to secure the scene and isolate? What resources would be needed?
3.) Do all of your engines carry foam? When was the last drill?
4.) How much foam will be needed?
5.) Where will you find large trailer dumps of sand for damming and diving?
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast asks the question are you ready for the “Big One?” In each fire station everyone says tonight could be the night. If It is tonight will you be ready and how to you get ready?
1.) What hazards can be found in an auto repair gas station facility?
2.) What is the roof construction in this masonry wall building?
3.) What size attack line is needed and where?
4.) What will heat due to a lift for the repairs?
5.) What are the hazards for an enclosed car fire?
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast discusses does your personality match your behavior in all of the roles in life that you have. If we took the names off some resumes would we know you by your actions.
Does it matter if a vacant has had previous fires. This one is heavily involved.
List what additional firefighter hazards might be present in a previous burn.
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast is talking with Rob Fling (Past Chief of the Dix Hills Fire Department on Long Island) about the importance of having your facepiece on at all incidents. This is designed to be a thought provoking episode.