Give the newly promoted company officers the leadership skills and confidence to manage their company when responding to alarms.
Register now for this training on building construction myths.
A discussion with Captain Mike Dugan, FDNY (ret.)
We are losing our heart and soul by making the fire service just a job.
A new look at the combinations of volume, velocity, density, and color; street-read clarifications/additions; and the solving of the “Volume Paradox.”
There are approximately 1,570 fires in places of worship annually in the United States.
Captain Brian Butler from Trenton, New Jersey teaches on the wide-ranging subject of transit systems for the fire service at FDIC 2020.
Two career chief officers from opposite ends of the state discuss how they received the same training throughout their careers and that despite completion at different times and locations, the uniform training played a critical role when they responded together.
While serving his department John devoted many years as the firefighter’s steadfast guardian on elevator and escalator safety.
A department’s search culture requires a three-level organizational commitment.