This week the tactical fire problem is an apartment complex.
1.) What is your arrival C A N report?
2.) What challenges could these walls cause you and your operation?
3.) If there are no standpipes, what will e the length of the stretch you have to make to get to the fire apartment?
4.) What could the lighter colored smoke on the left indicate? What are those windows?
5.) As a guess only,how many apartments? How many people?
This week Chief Chat talks about conflict.
This week we look at a modern home maybe in the southwest or southeast US.
1.) Is this a type V wood or something else?
2.) What room of the house is the fire in?
3.) What is your arrival C A N report?
4.) What effect does the long setback from the street have on this operation?
This week Chief Chat talks about disappointment.
This week’s tactical problem is a modern McMansion residence.
1.) How much hose do you need to make the stretch to floor 2 Delta side?
2.) What size line and how many will you need?
3.) Are roof operations appropriate here? If you answer yes, where?
4.) How long (in minutes) will it take to conduct a primary search in this residence?
5.) What is your strategy?
This week on Chief Chat we talk about risk.
Use this week’s tactical problem for discussion.
1.) What does this type of occupancy present for challenges to YOUR department?
2.) What is the floor construction between floors? What do you think is the age of construction?
3.) Describe the actions of the first alarm response in your department.
4.) What is your ventilation strategy and tactics?
5.) What effect does the time of day have on this incident? It is daytime.
This week on Chief Chat we talk about awareness.
This week on Chief Chat we talk about discipline.
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