Below are Some of my Fire Notes for the Month of July. Enjoy!
Below is a VERY SHORT June Fire Notes, I apologize for the shortness this month, back to Normal Next Month!
A Very Quick Set of Notes this Month, Enjoy!
How Do You Make it Personal? After All we owe it to THEM, The CIVILIANS!
Someone Recently asked me if there is anything I do to Study Fatal Fires in my State.
Below is the Powerpoint Format I use. I Try to make it as Personal as I can based on the Information Available online. NONE of these Particular Fires I was at, however Based on the Information I put myself there and Play What If’s. I Put in my own Different Factors (Staffing, Time of Day, Location of Fire, ETC…)
To Take it a Step Further I Look up the Actual Radio Traffic Using Broadcastify, Look up Pictures and Videos and Even Make Simulations.
So I ask you: What Do YOU Do to Make it Personal?
When Studying these Fires Look Particularly at: Fire and Smoke Conditions, Where the Victim was Found and In What Conditions they were in, Actions the Fire Department Did, and How it Affected the Rescue Effort.
We are NOT Bashing or Monday Morning Quarter-backing the Departments involved, Instead We are Trying to Learn from their Experiences!
Below you will find my Fire Notes from the Month of January. Enjoy and Please Share!
Happy New Year to All!
Below you will find December Fire Notes, both in a Google Slides Version and a Downloadable PDF Version.
I Hope you get some value from these each month. Enjoy!
Below you will find November Fire Notes. Enjoy, and let me know if there are any individual slides you would like.
Below are Some of my Fire Notes for the Month of October. Enjoy!
If you you like a PPT Version or Individual Slides email me (email@example.com).
Below are Some of my Fire Notes for the Month of September. Enjoy!
Below is a 40 Minute Video That is Absolutely Required Watching for EVERYONE in the Fire Service. Take a Look
Please Pass This On,
Below is another New Feature I am Trying out. It is Called “Fire Notes” a Collection of Notes, Tips, and Ticks, Quotes, Etc. that I pick up throughout the Month.
Take a Look at it Below and Let me know what You Think. If I Get Good Results with it, I will keep Posting these in the Future.
For a Downloadable PDF Click HERE
Thanks for Taking the Time,
A Great PDF from LA County Firefighters on Roof Ops, Building Construction, Etc.
Below is ” The Book of Shupe” compiled from the folks at Nozzle Forward. This is a Good one to sit down and read.
Enjoy and Please Pass It On!
Back to Basics: Fireground Decon Drill HERE
What is Aggressive? HERE
The Back-Up Line HERE
How Much Air does a Hose Stream Entrain? HERE
A Quick Drill on the Elephants Cock (Deck Gun) HERE
A New, Downloadable Training Program “Situational Awareness on the Fireground” HERE
Remembering Hackensack (1988)
More Pure Gold Right Here…
Make sure to Subscribe to the YouTube Channel for many more upcoming videos!
Thanks for Taking the Time,