A new report identifies seven critical areas where more research is needed to further reduce the number of firefighters killed or injured in the line of duty. These priorities were developed during the Second National Fire Service Research Agenda Symposium sponsored by the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF).
Fire/EMS Safety, Health and Survival Week: Day Three-The New Rules of Engagement With so many changes (budget cuts, staffing reductions, reduced training, etc.) in so many fire departments, it is critical for fire fighters to focus on their own survival on the fire ground. There is no other call more challenging to fire ground operations […]
Fire/EMS Safety Week 2011 Fire/EMS Safety Week: Day One Today is Day One of Fire/EMS Safety, Health and Survival Week 2011. The previous week leading up to today has brought with it two significant incidents; one in Illinois, the other in Indiana, both involving structure fires and combat fire engagement, both different types of occupacies with […]
100th Show Join in on FireFighterNetcast.com this Thursday night May 5th at 9pm ET for their 100th show. Stop by and chat with the boys and their special guests…you just never know who’ll drop in…. The direct show link is HERE FireFighterNetcast.com, HERE And to help them celebrate, they’re inviting everyone who’s been a part of Firefighter Netcast […]
Residential Fire Sprinklers: A STEP-BY-STEP APPROACH FOR COMMUNITIES Residential Fire Sprinklers…A Step-By-Step Approach for Communities (Second Edition) – National Fire Sprinkler Association and International Association of Fire Chiefs – has developed and published a comprehensive guide for all stakeholders, from the citizen to the fire chief and from the homebuilder to the elected official, with […]
Taking it to the Streets With Christopher Naum A New Monthly Radio Talkshow on FireFighter Netcast.com Premiering on Wednesday July 21 at 9pm ET A Buildingsonfire.com Series and FireFighter Netcast.com Production Advancing FireFighter Safety and Operational Intergrity for the Fire Service through provocative insights and dynamic discussions dedicated to the Art and Science of […]
BuildingsonFire 2010; Building Construction, Command Risk Management and Operational Safety Major Influencing Fire Service Reports, Issues or Focus that should be on Your Radar Screen The following list is but a modest cross section of pertinent information or focus areas today’s Firefighter, Company or Command Officer MUST be knowledgeable in, have insights and proficiency based […]