This week Training on Demand talks about how you can use video conferencing either personally or in your organization.
This week the Tactical Fire Problem is an attached Garage fire.
1.) Where does the first line go? What size?
2.) Because this is fairly modern construction what considerations should the IC have?
3.) What are the contents of a garage in a high end suburban neighborhood?
4.) Looking at the setback and grass area, how much line could be need for the stretch? Is it a pre-connect or more?
5.) What tactic does your department use for managing residential garage doors?
This week the panel discusses the division of labor between engine and ladder companies and their philosophy of use.
This week in Chief Chat we talk about certification.
This week Training on Demand takes a look at the 360 degree size up and how to do it better.
This week The Tactical Fire problem is a 3 story wood frame dwelling. (The 3 Decker)
1.) What is your first report on this day time fire?
2.) What is a proven tactic for quick control and knockdown?
3.) What size line is appropriate?
4.) Has the fire already spread/ What is the likely path for spread?
5.) What kind of resources will you need?
This week on Chief Chat we talk about driving.
This week Training On Demand discusses some challenges and ideas for interpersonal communication.
This week The Tactical Fire Problem is a old stone farmhouse.
1.) Give a basic CAN report.
2.) What impact will the stone construction have on your interior fire attack?
3.) No openings and windows on the B (Bravo) side. What is your way out if you get trapped?
4.) What is the attack strategy here? How many lines and where?
5.) What else do you notice on close examination that could be a challenge or a problem?