Join the panel Sunday evening August 3, 2014 at 8:00 PM Eastern as they discuss the new science, but specifically the question of “Are You Listening to the Research?”. The panel will share there thoughts on the science and the pros and cons they have witnessed of applying it in there own department.
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This week we look at a single car crash with a victim and live electrical wires.
1.) Give a basic arrival report using the C.A.N. format.
2.) If the victim is from the crash and self extricated why is she down?
3.) The electric utility company gives you an ETA of 25 minutes, what is yourimmediate rescue plan?
4.) How far should the safety zone be around this incident?
5.) Would any of your actions or rescue plan change if it was raining heavily?
This week we have a large fire developing in a stable occupied with horses. We will assume the closest hydrant is 3/4 mile away.
1.) How will your first due crew deal with these frightened and aggravated horses?
2.) With a wooden open overhang stall how could you possible control the fire spread?
3.) In your department with your resources could you establish a rural water supply fast enough to be of service here?
4.) If the worst happens what is your plan for dealing with injured or deceased horses?
5.) Preplanning is usually discussed in urban areas, Preplanning is critical for rural target hazards as well. When preplanning, be sure to develop the water supply plan.
This week we are looking at a three story apartment building during the daytime.
1.) Describe your initial C A N report.
2.) Describe how you will deploy the personnel on the first two pieces of apparatus to arrive. 3.) What “stage” of the fire are you at, what could the interior conditions look like, based upon whats showing?
4.) What length of the attack line will you need to make the fire apartment?
5.) Under what conditions or circumstances would you switch to a defensive operation?
A large factory/industrial building with heavy smoke showing from the roof is the Tactical Fire Problem for this week. Take a look.
1.) Even if you do not have this building, you may have larger buildings that might be beyond the capability of your department. Is this an internal fire in the building through the roof, or is it a roof fire?
2.) How many stories is this building? What is the impact of the blocked or enclosed windows?
3.) Why would an industrial building this size have all of the windows blocked anyway?
4.) What impact woud the cars parked at the cub have, (if any)?
5.) What is your plan for getting a size up of the roof? What is your plan for getting a line up there?