The Fire Department of New York (FDNY) has conducted an extensive and detailed examination and evaluation of best practices for cleaning apparatus.
Explain what OSHA’s recommendations are for fit testing during the COVID-19 pandemic and why it is essential to fit test, especially with the N95 respirator shortage.
When should you be aggressive? When should you not be aggressive? What role does building construction play in interior operations?
This webcast, geared toward company officers as well as chief officers, addresses the importance of becoming a student of leadership, continually developing techniques to lead the men and women in our fire service.
A novel virus/genetically engineered biologic organism will strain the fabric of society and stress the medical response system to the limits of its capabilities. It will have no predictive value. First responders will be at the forefront.
You will become acquainted with the “toxic twins” that combine to drastically increase a firefighter’s chance of suffering sudden cardiac death.
What is an incident commander seeing, thinking, and feeling when he supervises a fire operation?
In addition to the unfolding coronavirus crisis, white powder calls have changed once again. Fentanyl, spice, and bath salts–what are the real hazards of these unknown mixtures?
Why double down on a broken system that hasn’t worked for disasters, active shooter incidents, or large-scale events?
The need to have a Plan B, the most common mistakes and problems that occur on the fireground, and how to overcome them are discussed.