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Modular SCBA Maze      

Modular SCBA Maze

Todd "Walt" Walton describes the Kearney (NE) Volunteer Fire Department's Modular SCBA Maze and offers a presentation on how to construct your own.

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Drill: Inexpensive VES Prop

Salem (VA) Fire-EMS Lieutenant C. "Mike" Elston brings you this new Traditions Training drill that offers a...

Traditions Training Drill: Less Expensive Metal Cutting Props

Kentland (MD) Volunteer Fire Department Deputy Chief Roger A. Steger Jr. offers this new Traditions Training drill fo...

Firefighter Training Prop: Smooth Bump/Bump to the Pump

Firefighters from Spotsylvania County (VA) Department of Fire, Rescue & Emergency Management have created a train...

Firefighter Training Prop: Modular SCBA Maze

View a presentation that was created to describe the Modular SCBA Maze that the Kearney (NE) Volunteer Fire Departmen...

FDIC 2014 Recap: BullEx Showcases New and Upcoming Products

Visitors to BullEx’s inside booth received an exclusive preview of its digital hoseline trainer, which will be formal...

The Job: Leadership

Frank Ricci discusses how company officers shouldn't be afraid to get their hands and learn from their mistakes when ...

Maintaining a Sharp Edge: Ladder Company

David DeStefano explores some of the ways firefighters can maintain and improve their basic ladder company skills.

Building and Roof Training Prop

The Cheesequake Fire Company in Old Bridge, New Jersey, but this training prop that simulates a regular, one-story bu...

Survival/RIT Prop

The class is intended to present various multipurpose firefighter survival and RIT training props that are simple to ...

Adjustable Roof Prop

Wes Hill shares an easy-to-make adjustable roof prop you can make to have your firefighters practice roof cuts.

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UL Fire Safety Journal 1

In Underwriter Laboratories' Fire Safety Journal series you can learn more about the impact that new materials, construction techniqes and emerging technologies have on Fire Safety today.

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FIRE DYNAMICS

What Would You Do? Two-Story Residential

In this new scenario and video from Skip Coleman, test out your tactical approaches to fires in a residential building.

Roundtable

Roundtable: Officer Development

What preparation for promotion does your department formally provide once the testing is complete and the list is established? Share your experience and knowledge with other firefighters from around the nation and world.

Drills

Drills: Are You Smarter Than a Rookie?

This next series of training drills from Forest Reeder pits veteran firefighters against new recruits, forcing them to test their knowledge about common firefighting concerns in their departments.

Simulations

Fire Dynamics: It's Greek to Me: the Language of Modern Fire Protection

Glenn P. Corbett-Significant advances in fire behavior/dynamics study include computer modeling of fires and technical firefighting research. Is your basic glossary of terms up to date so you can keep up with these advances?

Fire Instructor Development

Take Time to STRETCH

Before you take over the world, take time to “STRETCH” and remember what it was that you wanted from your training officer, writes Brian Zaitz.

Live Burns

Tactical Safety: Back to the Future

Those who clamor for early adoption of new firefighting tactics have to realize that people's lives will hang in the balance and not every test burn will end up successful, Ray McCormack writes.

Props

Drill: Inexpensive VES Prop

Salem (VA) Fire-EMS Lieutenant C. "Mike" Elston brings you this new Traditions Training drill that offers an inexpensive way to train on vent-enter-search.   

ISFSI

Humpday Hangout: The ISFSI and Firefighter Training

Fire Engineering Editor in Chief Bobby Halton talks firefighter training with Steve Pegram and Chad Hoefle of the International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI).

Firefighters Support Foundation

Ventilation: East Coast vs. West Coast

This training program from the Firefighters Support Foundation addresses the differences in regional ventilation techniques and provides some "tricks of the trade" for more efficient and effective application of techniques.

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