Below you’ll find a roundup of some of our featured contributors’ posts from our community site, including Brian Brush on pistol grips, Adam Hansen on hoseline training, and more.
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A strong relationship may make those difficult conversations not as difficult, writes Jarrod Sergi.
The next time you and your crew are planning on stretching and advancing lines, ditch the idea of the same old open parking lot and use your station, writes Adam Hansen.
Life safety is the fire service’s Number One priority, typically accomplished by searching for victims inside fire buildings. Read more from Robert Owens.
Brian Butler on dealing with photovoltaic (PV) solar panels on the roofs in urban area housing.
John Lovato Jr. on how caring for your people can help you build a high-performing team.
John K. Murphy discusses some of the legal aspects of firefighters and Fourth Amendment protections.
Bradley R Davidson offers his thoughts on the passing of fire service icon Chief Alan Brunacini.
What’s the secret behind highly effective fire crews? Leigh H. Shapiro shares some insights.
Brian Brush provides a detailed explanation as to why his program trains without them
For firefighters, every day is potentially game day, and we must be ready to play. Read more from Doug Mitchell.
What is the cost vs. benefit of exposure to more danger? A commentary piece from Mark Cotter.
Thomas D. Kuglin Jr. on situational awareness and the “art of foreseeability.”
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