This week The Firefighter Training Podcast looks back at the episodes and content from 2015.
Monthly Archives: December 2015
60 Second Safety – Stretching Short
This week 60 Second Safety asks the question, is stretching improperly a safety hazard?
Firefighter Training Podcast – Leadership Language – Station
This week Leadership Language is about the fire station.
Tactical Fire Problem – Motel with trapped occupants
This week in The Tactical Fire Problem we look at a motel with trapped occupants.
1.) What is your C A N Report?
2.) What are the actions of the first 4 person crew that arrive?
3.) How do you determine occupancy and accountability?
4.) Are there any construction considerations that help or hinder your plan?
5.) What is your first line off and where does it go?
Firefighter Training Podcast – Crew Survivability
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast looks at Crew Survivability.
60 Second Safety – Fundraising Efforts
This week 60 Second asks the questions about our non-emergency fundraising events.
Firefighter Training Podcast – Leadership Language – Judgement
This week Leadership Language discusses the word judgement.
Tactical Fire Problem – Abandoned Gas Station
This week the Tactical Fire Problem is at an old abandoned gas station.
1.) What is your basic attack plan?
2.) What hazards could be found in an abandoned gas station?
3.) What does the building construction indicate to you?
4.) Based upon fire and building conditions has this fire been burning long or could it have been discovered early?
5.) This looks like it is off the beaten path, assume this to be a rural water supply with no hydrants. How does that affect your plan?
Firefighter Training Podcast – What Are You Missing?
This week The Firefighter Training Podcast is about the phrase, What Are You Missing? There are some fire service connections, some officer connections, and lots of people connections.
60 Second Safety – Active Shooter Response
This week on 60 Second Safety we discuss the active shooter scenario as a significant safety issue.