Mon, 2 Dec 2013|
Goldfeder,Billy-Fire Officer Survival in Quarters and on the Scene-Workshop with Gordon GrahamH264
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Hey Billy Goldfetter here, looking forward to seein' FDIC. I don't know about you, but this will be about my 36th out of 37th FDIC and my 32nd FDIC teaching, it's a great honor. And what I wanna talk to you about really quickly is the section that I think you gonna find really interesting specially if you're a fire officer. Fire Commissioner chief officer something like that who want to be an officer. Gordon Graham and I are presenting at FBIC on that Tuesday a session that focuses on where you can get in trouble both on the fire ground and in the fire house. On the fire ground I'm gonna be spending a lot of time with you reviewing specific recent case studies. When things went terribly wrong resulting in either critical injury or death to firefighters and what could've been done to prevent that? Board's gonna focus, in the same manner only in what goes wrong in the firehouse or in the fire station. Where those landmines are, where you can get in trouble. If it's predictable, it's preventable. And we're gonna use that theme in both the fire station reviews as well as the fire scene reviews. If you've never heard Gordon speak, you're in for a real treat. So take a look at your FDIC catalog. Check out that class on Tuesday, between Gordon Graham and I. We look forward to seeing you at FDIC in 2014.