Bill Gustin reviews a method for maintaining accountability when advancing hoselines deep into buildings.
In this week's Humpday Hangout, Mike Gagliano of Seattle (WA) Fire Department joins Bill Gustin, Mike Dugan, and the rest of the crew as they discuss the measures their departments have taken to maintain accountability and keep personnel from running out of air in large commercial buildings.
Tony Carroll has some thoughts on training on out-of-air emergencies and air management practices for this month's drill.
Check out what the Fire Engineering bloggers were writing about last week.
Michael A. Clark discusses the importance of SCBA training and a method he implemented to help ensure firefighters aren't running low on air during structure fires.
A 49-year-old Kansas firefighter died yesterday after participating in air management training.
A new free fire training video available online from the Fire Smoke Coalition discusses the dangers smoke poses to firefighters and features several well-known fire chiefs discussing their experiences with smoke and air management.
The Conway (AR) Fire Department added air management to its semi-annual physical agility test, resulting in a greater awareness of this critical aspect of fireground operations.
Captain Mike Gagliano and Lieutenant Steve Bernocco of the Seattle (WA) Fire Department respond to questions submitted by viewers of their recent Webcast, "The Rule of Air Management (ROAM)."