See some of the Web-only features that ran on Fire Engineering‘s site in April 2019, including coverage of FDIC International.
Jerry Knapp reviews some of the highlights from this year’s FDIC International and describes why the conference keeps drawing him back year after year.
In this new Training Minutes video, Mike Ciampo discusses some body mechanics tips for cutting window bars on a basement window.
Check out some recent commentary pieces from Fire Engineering featured contributors that ran on the site in March 2019.
If you choose to put the healthiest, well-trained firefighters on your floor, it starts with your acknowledgement that cancer is an issue for all of us in the fire service and that we must take action to prevent it. Read more from Brian F. McQueen.
In this new Training Minutes video, Steve Hamilton discusses law enforcement providing protection for firefighters who may need to access the fire department connection (FDC) during active shooter and MCI events.
“It is truly comforting to know that those who come after me and the friends I made along the way remember us and continue to do their best. They continue to carry on the tradition of excellence that we learned from those who came before us,” writes Michael Morse.
Just being good has never been our goal. Every firefighter, officer, and chief must strive for perfection each day, writes David DeStefano, and in so doing we may obtain excellence.
In this Training Minutes, Mike McEvoy shares some tips on delivering medicine to a patient for using a small-volume nebulizer.
Mark van der Feyst discusses the use of rotary saws for ventilation and forcible entry on the fireground.
Hosts Terry McGrath and Chief Rick Lasky chat with Andy Allison, a firefighter who sustained a severe electrical injury while in the field. Also joining will be Andy’s father, retired Lewisville (TX) Fire Captain Calvin Allison.
In this episode of Training Minutes, Paul Dansbach examines considerations for firefighters who are attempting to advance a hoseline into the basement of an older commercial building.
Join your hosts live from FDIC International 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana! The Friday show has Danny Sheridan, Dennis Rubin, Rich Gasaway, and members of Sons of the Flag!
Join your hosts live from FDIC International 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana! The Thursday episode has members of iWomen, Chris Baker, Dave McGlynn, Ryan Pennington, Frank Ricci and company, and Ron Kanterman and Tom Aurnhammer.
Join your hosts live from FDIC International 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana! The Wednesday edition features Doug Cline, Jeremy Hurd, Anthony Avillo and Jim Duffy, Mike Ciampo, members of F.O.O.L.S., and Tom Merrill.
In this week’s Humpday Hangout, Jason Hoevelmann joins Bill Gustin and other special guests live from FDIC International 2019 in Indianapolis.
Join your hosts live from FDIC International 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana! The Tuesday episode features our panel of Fire Service Court attorneys, Billy Greenwood of FETC Services, and Rick Lasky and John Salka.
In this video, Brock Archer covers vehicle firefighting operations for hybrid and fully electric vehicles.
Join your hosts live from FDIC International 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana! Monday’s show features Chris Naum; Larry and David Conley; and Chris Mc Loone with Rickey Riley and Chris Daly.
Tom Warren addresses some common questions firefighters may have encountered when civilians ask them about their work.
In this week’s Humpday Hangout, the ISFSI panel—including Stephen Shaw, Aaron Heller, and Tony Carroll—welcomes special guests Dan Kerrigan and Jim Moss.
In this new Training Minutes video, Mike Ciampo has some tips on how to overcome an automatic roll-down gate opener.
“Most firefighters know how to put out a fire, but it’s not the fancy tools or shiny trucks that get it done; it is the human factor,” writes Leigh H. Shapiro.
In this month’s drill, Tony Carroll looks at an out-of-air emergency line-of-duty death and its implications for firefighter training.