The panel will discuss all aspects of recruit training. Are we teaching the right subjects? What topics are we teaching? How much practical versus classroom theory? Are we teaching values and culture? More importantly than all of that how can we make it better. The panel may also discuss effective methods for teaching certain topics.
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The panel will discuss all aspects of ventilation…when, how if,? Is is horizontal, vertical, positive pressure or anti-ventilation? Not only will we discuss the types but we will more importantly discuss under what conditions will you make what decision.
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Most Challenging Non Fire Response For Your Agency? What are you doing about it to prepare? The panel will discuss what’s on their minds but further will try to help the viewers prepare for what they bring to the table. Is it High Angle Rescue, trench or collapse, is it active shooter, contamination by Fentanyl or even complicated extrication without the proper equipment available. I hope the panel will share it’s expertise for strategic and tactical considerations for the unknown and some decision making solutions.
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This week the panel will offer their opinions on what is the most important fire service topic today. These could be based on priority, personal importance, or anything else that is on the panel’s mind or your mind. Join us in the Live chat! You can also watch this show later on FirefightingToday.com
This week The Tactical Fire Problem involves a light plane crash off airport.
1.) One of your members with his POV is trying to remove at least 1 occupant. You have just arrived and apparatus is 5 minutes away. One other member has arrived on scene and is at the front of the plane. What is your plan?
2.) How much fuel could be on this small aircraft and where is the fuel carried or stored?
3.) What agencies need to be notified?
4.) What is the role of law enforcement in this case?
5.) What resources will you need and how long will you be on scene?
Join us on Sunday December 10, 2017 at 8:00 PM Eastern time when the panel will discuss some of the most common organizational problems. These will include morale, lack of training enthusiasm, bad officers, bad administration, volunteer recruitment and retention and whatever questions you might have.
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