In this episode, James Johnson talks building construction, codes, and related issues that impact firefighter operations.
Sometimes having a fresh set of eyes on the problem can be valuable. Jack Murphy tells of one "building recon" session in New Jersey and the hazards it uncovered.
Frank Ricci and P.J. Norwood are joined by Mike Wallingford and John Ricci to talk construction accidents and working with private safety officers.
NIST tests could lead to stronger building codes, improved design tools.
Mike Giroux takes a look at what firefighters need to know about suspended scaffolding systems, more commonly called a swing stage scaffolds.
James Johnson will evaluate some of the most common myths relating to the performance of building construction materials and systems under fire conditions.
Performing a fire company building recon can open a firefighter’s eyes and thought process as to how a specific building will react. Jack Murphy on getting line firefighters into the process.
Joe Pronesti looks at some of the interior considerations firefighters need to make note of when dealing with legacy buildings.
A firefighter was hospitalized after a fall on the fireground early Monday in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mike Dugan, Bill Gustin, and the rest of the panel join guests Jack Murphy and Danny Sheridan to discuss high-rise building intelligence and strategy.