On March 14, 2001, a 40-year-old male career fire fighter/paramedic died from carbon monoxide poisoning and thermal burns after running out of air and becoming disoriented while fighting a supermarket fire.
Engine 4 arrived first on scene and investigated. Upon finding a working apartment fire, Engine 4 requested 'Lead Lines.' This is a 100 foot, 1 3/4 inch hose bundle designed to connect to the end of a 2 1/2 inch stretch.
This comprehensive hands-on class takes participants through a series of in-depth skill stations that addressed everything about the saw.
Students gain proficiency in Ladder Placement and Carries, Hand Tools and Building Construction, Overhaul, Conventional Forcible Entry, and Search and Victim Removal.
You will put your knowledge and skills to the test in several realistic life-threatening emergencies.
This class demonstrates how to operate efficiently using firefighter safety research to enhance fireground tactics.
Learn how the modern fireground impacts ventilate, enter, isolate, and search (VEIS) and what to do to provide the highest level of survival and safety for the victim and firefighter.
Join 34,000 firefighters in Indianapolis this April for a world class conference & exhibition that will change your life.
Live fire training lessons include decision making, communication, and mayday procedures.
Humpday Hangout discussion looks how to fill the gaps in fire department training.