Drill of the Week: Identifying Bad Situations

12/02/2009
By Forest ReederPutting emphasis in your training and operational awareness towards staying out of trouble instead of preparing for worst case scenarios may be one of the best forms of risk management available. Chief Alan Brunacini (ret.) identified this concept after review several line-of-duty deaths and near misses and has challenged the fire service to become pro-active instead of reactive when it comes to operations.Officers need to prioritize their training efforts and operational size-up on identifying places and situations we shouldn’t go into in the first place. If it looks bad, it probably is. Prevent injuries and deaths by not getting into trouble in the first place.&nbs...

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