Firefighting

2011 Fire Engineering Authors Index

A.
Arnold, B. Devil’s Claw Pike Pole (Technology Today). Aug, p127
Avillo, A. Fireground Strategies: Additional Alarm Considerations. Mar, p179; Flat-Roof Operations: From the Street to the Roof and Back. Jul, p43

B.
Bachman, E.G. Overcoming District Disorientation. May, p59; Off-Site Emergency Response Plans: A Preparedness Tool. Nov, p51; How to Ensure Your Water Supply (Volunteers Corner). Dec, p10
Baker, L. Third-Door/Side-Out Tactic (Extrication Tactics). Feb, p40
Baldwin, T.N., T.R. Hales, and M.T. Niemeier. Controlling Diesel Exhaust Exposure Insider Firehouses. Feb, p63
Barakey, M.J. Professionalism in the Fire Service. Jul, p87
Bassett, A. Mapping: Add the Layout Factor to Your Size-Up. Sept, p95
Beck, A. Training Like the Astronauts. Apr, p89
Brennan, C. Fireground Tactical Decision Making. Apr, p81; Link Between Disorientation and Situational Awareness, The. Jun, p79
Broderick, T. Car Fires: Rapid Access to Engine Compartment (Training Notebook). Jun, p18
Brown, B. Ventricular Assist Devices: Alive with No Pulse (Fire Service EMS). Oct, p36
P.L. Brown. Colon Cancer: Early Detection is the Key. Dec, p84
Brunacini, A. More Safety Size-Up (Bruno “Unplugged”). Jan, p36; Command Safety (Bruno “Unplugged”). Feb, p60; Command Safety Two (Bruno “Unplugged”). Mar, p88; The Hazards We Face (Bruno “Unplugged”). Apr, p54; How Safe is Safe? (Bruno “Unplugged”). May, p38; Critical Fireground Factors (Bruno “Unplugged”). Jun, p42; Critical Fireground Factors List (Bruno “Unplugged”). Jul, p34; New Wine in Old Bottles. (Bruno “Unplugged”). Aug, p50; Advice to Young Firefighters, Part 1 (Bruno “Unplugged”). Sept, p38; Advice to Young Firefighters, Part 2. (Bruno “Unplugged”). Oct, p60; Advice to Young Firefighters, Part 3 (Bruno “Unplugged”). Nov, p36; Advice to Young Firefighters, Part 4 (Bruno “Unplugged”). Dec, p50
Bryan, P. Automating the Emergency Operations Center. May, p69; How to Improve Your Workers’ Compensation Program. Aug, p109

C.
Califano, F. Ventilator Emergencies in the Home (Fire Service EMS). Sept, p24
Cembor, R.M. Flood Response: Maximizing Safety and Customer Service (What We Learned). Oct, p108
Champagne, P. Making the Case for Youth Programs (Volunteers Corner). Jan, p10
Chapman, R. 21st Century Firefighting: Preserving the Volunteer Fire Service (Volunteers Corner). Aug, p12
Charlton, S. Become More Visible to Obtain Funding (Volunteers Corner). Nov, p10
Ciampo, M. Maintaining Control (On Fire). Jan, p168; Everyone Should Have One (On Fire). Feb, p132; Escape Overload (On Fire). Mar, p252; It’s Easy to Get Fooled (On Fire). Apr, p132; Book Said, The (On Fire). May, p164; All Six Sides (On Fire). Jun, p112; Bull in a China Shop (On Fire). Jul, p116; Body to the Building (On Fire). Aug, p136; Sometimes It’s Not in the Cards (On Fire). Sept, p120; Lights, Camera…ACTION! (On Fire). Oct, p138; Learning from Experience (On Fire). Nov, p116; Chaos from the Chute (On Fire). Dec, p136
Collins, L. USAR Response to Japan Earthquake and Tsunamis, Part 1. Oct, p85; USAR Response to Japan Earthquake and Tsunamis, Part 2. Nov, p75
Corbett, G.P. (The Professor). Mar, p236
Crapo, W.F. Thornton’s Rule: Anticipating the Heat-Release Rate. May, p83
Crist, T. Emergency Response to Hybrid Bus Incidents. May, p49
Crombie, E. The Right Handline (Training Notebook). Apr, p20

D.
Dallessandro, M.P. Minor Accidents Can Lead to Major Apathy (Volunteers Corner). Feb, p12; Successful Fund Drives. (Volunteers Corner). Jul, p12
Dalrymple, D. New Tricks for Old Tools (Extrication Tactics). Mar, p26
Dean, A. and M. Messoline. Fire-Based EMS: The Solution for an Ailing System? (Fire Service EMS). Feb, p32
Douglas, M. Rapid Intervention vs. Technical Rescue: Knowing the Difference Can Save Your Life. Sept, p65
Dugan, M.M. Private-Dwelling Fire Drill (Training Notebook). Jul, p18

E.
Emery, R. Field Biological Detection Capabilities (Terrorism Supplement). Sept, p21


F.
Frampton, W.R. Implementing an Induced Hypothermia Protocol (Fire Service EMS). Jun, p28

G.
Garcia, K. Wind-Driven Structure Fires: Adjusting Tactics and Strategies. May, p87
Gilbert, R. Techniques for Removing Victims from the Fire Building. September, p.41
Good, D. Autism Spectrum Disorder: A FireEMS Challenge (Fire Service EMS). Mar, p42; Decision Matrix for Engine Company Staffing Levels. Oct, p73
Graeber, R. Wildfires Occur in Small Towns, Too: Are You Ready? Oct, p103
Grant, S. and L. Stephens. Commercial Building Fires: When to go Defensive. Mar, p169; Holders, Keepers, Standpipe Alternatives (Tricks of the Trade). Dec, p40
Gray, S. Attacking from the Burned Side Can Save Lives. Nov, p59
Gregory, M. Role of the RIT Officer, The (Real-World RIT). Dec, p26
Gustin, B. Fire Tactics for Attached Garages. Mar, p113; Perils of Rain (Double) Roofs, The. Oct, p63
Guzzi, A.F. Jr. How to Identify and Develop Quality Instructors. Apr, p106; Company Officer: Cultivating Reliable Team Members, The. Jul, p61

H.
Hall, A.H., MD, and R. Schnepp. Cyanide: Fire Smoke’s Other “Toxic Twin” (Fire Service EMS). Dec, p32
Halton, B. There But for the Grace of God (Editor’s Opinion). Jan, p6; Optimism or Pessimism? (Editor’s Opinion). Feb, p6; Decade in Time, Yesterday in Our Hearts, A (Editor’s Opinion). Mar, p6; The One Percenters (Editor’s Opinion). Apr, p6; Four Brave Men (Editor’s Opinion). May, p6; Who’s in Command Here? (Editor’s Opinion). Jun, p6; On Behalf of a Grateful Nation (Editor’s Opinion). Aug, p6; Austerity Will Not Defeat Us; Nothing Can (Editor’s Opinion). Sept, p6; Gus’s Boy, the Resilient One (Editor’s Opinion). Oct, p6; Democrats at Work, Republicans at Home (Editor’s Opinion). Nov, p6; Training Scars Potentially Fatal Wounds (Editor’s Opinion). Dec, p6
Hammond, D.J. Wood Shoring Systems: How Do They Perform? Sept, p49
Hankins, R.K. Fireground Training Goes Digital (Technology Today). Mar, p237
Harwell, J.A. Firefighters and Sprinkler Systems Must Work in Tandem for Success. May, p75; Vacant Warehouse Fire: Lessons Learned. Jun, p59
Henke, T. Preplanning Incidents at Shopping Malls. Jan, p97
Hoevelmann, J. Lessons Learned Basis for Code Development. Jan, p103; A Resourceful “Water Can” fior Multipurpose Fires (Volunteers Corner). May, p12
Holliday, S.C. Using Fire Suppression Strategy and Tactics for EMS (Fire Service EMS). May, p26
Hoyt, D. and C. Truty. Rapid Intervention Exercise: What We Learned. Apr, p57
Hyden, T. At the Crossroad: Fire Service Marketing and the Strategic Plan. Apr, p67

J.
Janus, J. Mechanical Advantage Tarp, The (Innovations: Homegrown). Sept, p106
Joerger, S. Side-by-Side Comparison of New and Old Construction, A. Sept, p73

K.
Kanterman, R. Look at Mohegan Tribal Public Safety, A. Feb, p115
Kastros, A. Mastering Fireground Command: Calming the Chaos. Mar, p141; Mastering Fireground Command: 10 Commandments of Command. Aug, p53
Kazan, J.V. Terror Awareness Pays Off at Times Square Bomb Incident. Jan, p57
Kerber, S. Mastering Ventilation to Decrease Firefighter Injuries and Deaths. Mar, p161
King, J. Silent Trumpets: When Leadership Fails. Jul, p37; Excellence Through Leadership and Commitment. Nov, p91
Kinkade, M. Live Burns: Maximizing Safety. Apr, p77
Kirk, S.M. Hoarding: A Fire Prevention and Response Concern. Mar, p231
Kiurski, T. Life Safety Initiative Still Vital Despite Budget Crisis (Fire Prevention Bureau). Jan, p106; Training “Bucket List” (Training Notebook). Dec, p20
Knapp, J, G. Wren, and D. Nichols. Reducing Line-of-Duty Deaths Through Healthful Cooking. Dec, p76
Knapp, J and G. Zayas. Dangers of Illegally Converted Private Dwellings, The. Jun, p89

L.
Lattanzi, G. Fire Demonstrates the Dangers of Older Construction. Aug, p69
Lewis, J.J. and R. Moran. Basement Fire Strategy and Tactics. Oct, p91
Lewis, W. Using the Ladder Tilt to Rescue a Downed Firefighter (Real-World RIT). Apr, p34
Lopina, M.J. Developing ARFF SOGs and Response Cards. Apr, p101; Small Plane Crash Response in Illinois. Nov, p81

M.
Maitland, N. Loss of Water: Every Engine Chauffeur’s Nightmare. Feb, p81
Marinucci, R. Your Department: Community Asset or Liability? (The Chief Problem Solver). Feb, p26; Preventing Employee Problems (The Chief Problem Solver). Aug, p24; Emergency Scene Problem Prevention (The Chief Problem Solver). Oct, p34; Effectively Responding to Critics (The Chief Problem Solver). Dec, p24
Marsar, S. Survivability Profiling: Applying What We’ve Learned. Jul, p67
Maynes, R. Drill Validates FDNY’s Management/Technical Operations Task Force (Terrorism Supplement). Sept, p4; Major Storm Response: Rapid Response Vehicle Task Forces. Sept, p87
McCormack, R. Wetting the Dry Wall (The Engine Company). Oct, p26
McDermott, J. Sizing Up Low- and Mid-Rise Office Buildings (Training Notebook). Oct, p18
McLoughlin, J. The “Little Guy” (Technology Today). Dec, p86
McNeal, T. Wildland Urban Interface: Ensuring the “Defensibility” of Defensible Space. Oct, p81
Metz, E. America Burning Study 40 Years Old: Forecast the Need for Better Fire Prevention and Codes. Aug, p113
Mitchell, D.J. Jr and D.D. Shaw. Preplanning New Construction. Feb, p97
Mittendorf, J. Reevaluating Truck Operations. Mar, p93; Ventilation Operations of Lightweight Roofs: A Viable Operation? Dec, p57
Montagna, F.C. What You Should Know About Gas Leaks. Mar, p197
Moran, R. Identifying Lightweight Construction (Fire Prevention Bureau). Apr, p108
Mroz, R. Free Training from the Firefighters Support Foundation (Volunteers Corner). Apr, p12
Murdock, T.O. Tips for Safely Responding to Chemical Assisted Suicides in Vehicles. Nov, p85
Murphy, J. and J. Tidwell. Green Building Challenges for the Fire Service. Jan, p41
Mussorfiti, T. and J.E. Seley. A Risk-Based Approach to Hazmat/WMD Emergency Response (Terrorism Supplement). Sept, p26

N.
Nielsen, T.C. Fire Chief as Artistic Leader, The. Aug, p121
Niemann, K. Tandem Hoseload Makes Handline Stretch Easy (The Engine Company). Oct, p28

O.
Oreshan III, J. and T. Stevens. Chemical Suicide Phenomenon, The (Fire Service EMS). Nov, p18
Owens, K. Firefighter Burn Injuries (Fire Service EMS). Apr, p24

P.
Parker, K. After the Fire: Advanced Salvage for Firefighters. Mar, p185
Parr, A. Rescue Cablelight, The (Technology Today). Jan, p112
Peters, W.C. Can Apparatus Safety Innovations and Standards Compensate for Human Behavior? (Apparatus Supplement). Jun, p7; Another Spectacular FDIC: 2011 (Apparatus Supplement). Jun, p20; Apparatus Engineer’s Primary Duties: Maintenance and Safe Operation, The (Apparatus Supplement). Jun, p36
Phelan, D.T. Fire Department Connections: Start to Finish. Mar, p203
Phillips, S. Selecting High-Quality Firefighter Candidates. Dec, p81
Pidcock, J. Transitioning to a Paid Chief (Volunteers Corner). Mar, p12
Pillsworth, T. Climbing the Ladder: From Officer to Chief (Volunteers Corner). Sept, p12
Piper, M. How We Got Burned: Lessons Learned from a Wind-Driven Dwelling Fire. Nov, p39
Potter, G.H. Response to Emergencies in Wind Turbines. Apr, p93
Preston, J.L. Developing Guidelines for Lightning Safety for Firefighters. Jun, p45
Provencher, R. and C. Carson. Get Tactical With Your Fitness. Dec, p65
Prusansky, C. Lower-Cost Open-Source Software Alternative. May, p65
Prziborowski, S. Quick Drills for the Chief Officer. Aug, p123
Purcell, D. Training Pays Off at Gas Explosion (What We Learned). Nov, p101

R.
Raheb, R. Ripple Effect of a Traffic Collision (Fire Service EMS). Jul, p22
Rice, C. and E. Gonzalez. Situational Awareness and “Reading” a House. Feb, p87
Rinoldo, R.J. Back to Basics Ventilation Practices (The Truck Company). Mar, p56
Robinson, B. SCBA: U.S. vs. International Standards and Procedures. Feb, p107
Rodewald, R. Turn an Idea into a Class in Five Steps. Apr, p98
Ruckriegel, E. Fire Code Enforcement: Three Strikes and You’re Safe! Jan, p65; Equipment to Facilitate the Fire Inspector’s Job (Fire Prevention Bureau). May, p92
Ruth, D. TetraKO Water Enhancer, The (Technology Today). Oct, p113

S.
Schmidt, B. Improving the Operational Planning Process. Aug, p118
Senn, D. Physical Conditioning Program Must Meet Firefighting Needs. Dec, p53
Shelley, C.H. Industrial-Strength Equipment for Industrial Strength Operations. Feb, p101
Sheridan, D.P. Roof Operations in Multiple Dwellings. Feb, p75; Qualities of Effective Incident Commanders. Aug, p79
Shupert, S. Employing Oriented Search (Training Notebook). Jan, p14; Rope-Based Search Techniques (Training Notebook). May, p18; Defensive Search Techniques (Training Notebook). Aug, p20; Using Thermal Imaging Cameras (Training Notebook). Nov, p12
Silvernail, J. Suburban Fire Tactics: Prioritizing Functions and Developing Preferred Operating Methods. Mar, p189
Spadafora, R.R. Fighting Vegetable Oil Fires (Fire Prevention Bureau). Jan, p108
Sperle, A. The Fire CATT (Technology Today). Apr, p111
Spratlin, K. Firefighter Obesity: A Public Safety Risk (Fire Service EMS). Jan, p20
Stein, P.H. and E. Berardinelli. Excellence in the Fire Service (One-Minute Motivator). Oct, p114
Stephens, C.J. As a Young Company Officer Sees It. Jul, p89
Stumbaugh, S. Saving Lives by Commanding the Mayday (Real-World RIT). Jun, p22


T.
Terpak, M. Conflicting Radio Reports on the Fireground (Training Notebook). Mar, p20; Size-Up: How Many Residents? (Training Notebook). Sept, p20
Thoman, M. and P. Schaenman. Robotics for Reducing Firefighter Injuries: Now and Potential. May, p41
Tracy, C. Managing the Information: Preeemergency Networking Through Postincident Hotwash (Terrorism Supplement). Sept, p14

V.
Van Der Feyst, M. Using Ongoing Size-Up for Rescue Profiling. Sept, p103
Vernon, A. and C. Sargent. First Responder Lessons Learned from Iraq. Sept, p59; Response to Homemade Explosives. Nov, p65
Vestal. J.N. and E.A. Bridge. A Quantitative Approach to Selecting Nozzle Flow Rate and Stream, Part 2. Jan, p83
Viscuso, F. and J. Viscuso. How to Build Department Morale. Jul, p77; Writing Your Structure Fire Report Narrative. Dec, p73
Von Appen, M. Floor Collapse: A Survivor’s Story. Jun, p69

 
W.
Walker, M. Overcoming Challenges to Scene Access. Jan, p77
Wallace, M. Lone Wolf/Active Shooter: Attack on Texas Public Safety Building. Aug, p99
Ward, B. and D. Rhodes. Mentoring: Perspectives of the Rookie and Veteran. Jul, p57; Lessons Learned from Hydrogen Sulfide Incident. Nov, p71
Waters, J. and T. Knisley. Residential Sprinklers Still Under Fire. Jan, p99
Wedding, D. Ten Tips to Prepare for the Next Alarm (Training Notebook). Feb, p18
Weiss, A.M. and M. Forte. Extraction Zones (Technology Today). Sept, p108
Welser, C.F. Middletown Mistake Revisited: The Death of a Dream, The (Volunteers Corner). Oct, p10
White, B. and F. Johnson. The Backup Firefighter’s Role in the Initial Fire Attack. Jan, p69
Williams, L.H. Jr. and C. Etheredge. Meeting the Challenges of Mother Nature. Jul, p 94
Wisko, M. Creating an Officer Development Program. Jul, p83
Wright, D. Glass and the Hidden Terrorist Threat (Technology Today). Nov, p104
Wurster, E. Developing Buy-In for Your Fire Safety Program (Volunteers Corner). Jun, p12

Z.
Zorita, M. and J. Wells. Improving Cardiac Arrest Outcomes with CardioCerebral Resuscitation (Fire Service EMS). Aug, p28