Maintaining vitality of command during incident operations will help ensure the safety of personnel and promote the success of the mission.
Join retired North Hudson (NJ) Regional Deputy Chief Anthony Avillo for a Webcast on fireground strategies for accountability.
How fire departments manage the information stream can bolster your agency—or not. Dave Donohue on managing the information flow for emergency incidents.
Jerry Knapp explains how the fire service can use military pointers to successfully conduct and receive briefings.
Point-to-point decision making allows the decision maker to identify and process problems; visualize the solution; and with tools, practice, and experience, choose the most direct line to connect the two.
Host Danny Sheridan is joined by FDNY Deputy Chief Frank Leeb to discuss the UL FSRI boot camp and Sheridan's article, "Evolution, Not Revolution: Urban Fire Dynamics Boot Camp."
In this week’s Humpday Hangout, members of Traditions Training and the ISFSI review processes and programs that agencies are using to prepare incident commanders for the role.
Host Joe Pronesti speaks with Ricky Mantey, who was assigned on RIT during the deadly 2013 Knights of Columbus Fire that claimed the lives of Lt. Eric Wallace and Lt. Greg Pickard of the Bryan (TX) Fire Department.
Battalion Chief Danny Sheridan visits with Chief Bobby Halton on locating fire, knowing your people, size-up, and understanding your response area.
Tom Dunne on the role of the incident commander, the thought processes that go along with the position, and how this manner of thinking can be useful for everyone on the fireground.