Serious firefighters know playing catch-up on the fireground often results in cascading events that can have disastrous consequences.
Joe Pronesti reviews the command and control of Main Street fire incidents along with safety considerations.
Leigh H. Shapiro explains the need for training that fully prepares firefighters for the uncertainties of the fireground.
Without a resource-based emergency response system, there is no telling what units will show up to the scene and no telling what equipment will be available.
A recent news report has raised questions about the response to a November 2018 fire that left one resident dead.
Join hosts Anthony Avillo and Jim Duffy to talk fireground management, tactics, and strategy.
Chief Rick Lasky and Chief John Salka talk about the need for ventilation on the fireground.
In this podcast, host Chris Baker talks with guest Dr. Richard Gasaway about situational awareness for the future firefighter.
Brian Stewart explains how incorporating risk management into decision-making processes can help organizations realize their goals and improve members’ health and safety.
We can do four things with risk: avoid it, transfer it, mitigate it, or accept and manage it. The article expands on these four avenues and discusses situational awareness, which goes hand in hand with risk management, and some ways to train for greater efficiency in risk management.