Bill Gustin and company demonstrate the tactic of deflecting a stream from a nozzle off a door frame to wet the fuel inside a fire compartment.
Join Mike Dugan, Bill Gustin, and the group as they discuss high-rise firefighting and public education for high-rise occupants with their special guests.
A sudden change in flow paths can be deadly for firefighters on the line. Grab a training bulletin on such scenarios from Bill Gustin.
Bill Gustin offers this account of a successful response by fire companies in Detroit to an assisted living facility as an example of how best to handle and manage a fire featuring multiple fire and victim situations.
Fire companies sitting in the cab of their vehicle are not ready for immediate deployment at a high-rise assignment, writes Bill Gustin.
Bill Gustin reviews a method for maintaining accountability when advancing hoselines deep into buildings.
In this week’s Humpday Hangout, Bill Gustin, Mike Dugan, and the rest of the panel will address their experiences with carbon monoxide (CO).
There are numerous response factors fire departments must consider when responding to fires in homes that were built many decades earlier.
In the fire protection field, few things stay the same for very long.