Category Archives: WEEKLY ROUNDTABLE

Firefighting Today Weekly Roundtable – Is ISO Still relevant?

This week the panel will discuss ISO (Insurance Service Offices) and what fire departments should be doing about it. We will overview the rating system, some of the requirements and offer our opinions on the topic.

You can watch us live here on the events page and leave comments, or you can watch live on YOUTUBE and leave comments there to interact with the panel.

You can view live or view all of our archives at www.firefightingtoday.com

Firefighting Today Weekly Roundtable – Recruit SCBA Training

This week the panel will discuss what drills, techniques and methodology you use to teach entry level SCBA training. If time permits we will discuss how to do in-service continuing education SCBA training for the seasoned members.

You can watch us live here on the events page and leave a comment, you can watch us live on YOUTUBE and leave a YOUTUBE comment or watch this show or our archives at www.firefightingtoday.com.

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Firefighting Today Weekly Roundtable – Accountability Systems

This week the panel will discuss the different accountability systems used by each department. We will talk about what works, how it works, and how it interfaces with Incident Command as well as mutual aid departments. We will also talk about conducting PAR at incidents.

Leave comments and suggestions here at the Events page or leave a YOUTUBE comment to interact with the panel.

You can also watch live or watch any of our archives atfirefightingtoday.com.

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Firefighting Today Weekly Roundtable – Fire Service Icons

This week the panel will discuss some great fire service leaders from their past and their legacy. Names like Lloyd Layman, Keith Royer, Frank Brannigan, Emanuel Fried, George D. Post, James O Page and others.

Leave a comment on the events page for who you think should be mentioned. Leave a Youtube comment to interact with the panel, or watch us live at firefightingtoday.com.

SPECIAL NOTE: We will now have three roundtables per month. The last Sunday of the month will not be a public hangout and will be used by the team for planning and review purposes.