New Haven firefighters fight a house fire on Ellsworth Avenue across from firehouse.
With the increasing number of high-threat, mass casualty incidents, there is an immediate need for responders and agencies to adapt strategies and tactics, safely and efficiently mitigate the incident and provide care to the victims.
The workshop establishes a foundation of knowledge in safety, planning, and operations for responders to railroad or pipeline incidents with the focus on flammable liquids and gases.
This workshop provides an overview of many sustainable design issues that firefighters are or will be confronted with in the modern world.
The focus is on fire suppression and advanced life safety systems and building controls from the perspective of first responders integrating these systems in their response and planning activities.
Truck work is about the skill, not the "Truck." Even if you operate without a ladder truck, the tasks of a truck company must still be performed.
We will be spending time providing some insight to daily drills. We will also be providing the listeners with drills they can complete with their company.
This Webcast guides participants through the difficult process of specifying fire apparatus.
The focus is on understanding suicide by learning its traceable causes. The student will learn by individual, company, and departmental protective factors associated with prevention. Suicide tragically results when the decedent incorrectly concludes that his/her death could be a service to others.
Professional development is a planned, progressive, and lifelong process of education, training, self-development, and experience gained while preparing for and engaging in your career.