This week the panel will talk about some myths and misconceptions in the fire service.
This is the first in a new series here at petelamb.com. This week we discuss studying and looking closer at groups.
This week the Tactical Fire Problem is an office building with nothing showing.
1.) What is your initial report?
2.) How do you deploy your manpower on the first piece of apparatus?
3.) How do you deploy the balance of manpower on the first alarm?
4.) Is everyone on your crew familiar with alarm and sprinkler systems?
5.) What type of fire or incident could you expect in a building of this type?
This week Chief Chat talks about SCBA..
Here is a short video showing folks how to best use this website for training and information purposes.
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.
The tactical fire problem this week is a house fire.
1.) Where is the main body of fire?
2.) what does the heavy smoke banking down from the lower eaves mean?
3.) Do you know what the term knee-wall indicates?
4.) Where should the first hoseline go?
5.) What is your ventilation strategy for this fire?
This week the Chief Chat is about Radios.
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 week the tactical fire problem is a tractor trailer accident.
1.) 40 foot box trailer, passenger side saddle tank breached and ignited. What is your first request for resources?
2.) What are your actions for the unaccounted for driver?
3.) Where is the cargo manifest? How do you investigate the box safely?
4.) How familiar are you with securing batteries and fluids on an over the road tractor?
5.) How long do you intend to be on scene?