Join Mike Dugan, Bill Gustin and panel of veteran fire officers as they discuss tactics, challenges and dangers of vehicle fires in multi-story and underground parking garages.
If you have been in the fire service for more than five years this class is a MUST for you to stay alive in this modern environment! The majority of the material in this program is not common knowledge to most of fire service personnel due to past and current teaching practices that only address traditional building construction for the fire service.
Among the topics covered are resources, initial actions, training, and prioritizing the fireground based on staffing and equipment when the department uses volunteer firefighters.
Uses and challenges of deploying technology to address each of physiological threats.
Six certified FAA Part 107 UAS pilots with more than 20 years of experience in the fire service will instruct participants while giving them the opportunity to participate in multiple UAS scenarios, including a station where they experience flying a drone with instructor supervision.
The focus is on tunnels and underground transportation systems, which are "man’s largest buildings": safety factors, safety installations, location and structure, incident services, self-rescue, traffic, tunnel fires.
The Blue Card program is a local hazard zone command training and certification program. It is designed for fire department members who respond to and manage NIMS type 4 and 5 IDLH incident operations.
The good, bad, and ugly of social media for the fire service instructor.
Be on the initial attack with firefighters at this Aspen Hill apartment fire.
You will be working with local tow and recovery operators who are experienced in working with loads not as familiar to rescuers.