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Various standards and regulations directed at fire department operations over past years have required us to significantly change some of our operating procedures.
As I pointed out in "Account-ability and the Incident Management System" (Fire Engineering, December 1997), current accountability systems for the most part only tell us who is inside and who is outside of the building.
Both projects were supported by a Department of Homeland Security/Office of Domestic Preparedness grant awarded under the Assistance to Firefighters - Fire Prevention and Safety Program.
Instead of the usual question-and-answer segment in this month`s Roundtable, we decided to provide "you, the readers" with some of the feedback we received from "you, the readers."
The National EMS Advisory Council (NEMSAC) will meet from March 28-March 30 in Washington, D.C. This meeting will include a special roundtable event on the EMS Education Agenda for the Future: A Systems Approach.
Do you reset sprinkler alarms panels and replace sprinkler heads as part of your normal duties? Share your experience with other firefighters and Fire Engineering readers.
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.
On April 3-4, 2006, the International Association of Fire Chiefs' (IAFC) Hazardous Materials Committee convened a Hazardous Materials Team Leaders Roundtable with 40 of the nation's leading authorities on hazardous materials response to review the current state of the hazardous materials response community and recommend future strategies.
When the need arises, the International Code Council brings together members, stakeholders and other technical experts to address complex issues in the construction industry.
Does your department have a policy of where the chief officer should position himself during an incident? Add your voice to the Roundtable discussions in future issues of Fire Engineering.