Firefighting Tactics: Roundtable: Second-In Unit Assignment

06/12/2014
By Skip Coleman We are learning new concepts as it relates to initial fire operations because of the UL and NIST studies. Controlling the door and subsequent flow path identification are some of the new concerns. In light of the new findings, coupled with our more standard firefighting tactics and evolutions, I have this month's Roundtable to propose. Look at the video below. Assuming that this is no longer a ventilation-limited fire situation, which assignment would you consider safer of the two--assigning the second-in unit to be RIT group or backup group? Register and log in to the Fire Engineering Web site and leave your comments below. John "Skip" Coleman retired as assis...

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