This week the panel discusses the division of labor between engine and ladder companies and their philosophy of use.
Join us Sunday Evening August 6, 2017 at 8:00 PM Eastern time for a panel discussion on RIT Expectations vs. Reality.
The video can also be viewed here on petelamb.com or at our video website firefightingtoday.com.
This week The Panel will discuss some advice they were given and then share some of their own advice with the viewers.
This week the panel will talk about some myths and misconceptions in the fire service.
On Sunday July 16, 2017 at 8:00 PM (2000 Hours) we will be conducting a live YOUTUBE broadcast talking about size up.
We will use photos and or simulations to discuss and share experiences.
You can view it live here, or at FirefightingToday.com. If you want you can view it LIVE on YOUTUBE and use the live chat to interact with the panel.
We will hold a youtube live event on July 6, 2017 at 7:00 PM Eastern. Join us live and share in the chat on Youtube or on twitter (@petelamb) to interact with the panel.
This Sunday evening January 10, 2016 at 8;00 PM Eastern time we will be resuming the Firefighting Today Weekly Roundtable. We will be using Zoom.us instead of Google Hangouts. this will allow for more panel participants and even folks joining by phone. This will be an experiment of the technology so I encourage you to join us if you like. You won’t have to leave twitter comments you can just join in. If you would like to join us send an email at email@example.com and I will send you the invite. regular panel members can expect the invite at 7:45 PM as usual. Also pay attention to the Twitter stream of @petelamb.
The session will be recorded and then posted to the Firefighting Today Page for the archives and the Youtube channel.
Our guest will be Fire Lt. Al Studt who will give an overview of the USNG System and give a presentation on how it can be used even on a daily basis for firefighters.
This week the panel will review a training prop and will be led in the discussion by the developer Shawn Bloemker. This prop is an extremely interactive way to demonstrate some of the principles of fire behavior.