Jaime Reyes looks at the best tactics and strategies command can use to bring about the best outcomes for crews working on the fireground.
Serious firefighters know playing catch-up on the fireground often results in cascading events that can have disastrous consequences.
The modern incident commander must have a clear vision before the fire ever comes, and it must be communicated to the entire fire department.
Anthony Avillo proposes a new potential assignment: a team tasked with providing assistance to the rapid intervention team.
Joe Pronesti reviews the command and control of Main Street fire incidents along with safety considerations.
Leigh H. Shapiro explains the need for training that fully prepares firefighters for the uncertainties of the fireground.
Without a resource-based emergency response system, there is no telling what units will show up to the scene and no telling what equipment will be available.
A recent news report has raised questions about the response to a November 2018 fire that left one resident dead.
Join hosts Anthony Avillo and Jim Duffy to talk fireground management, tactics, and strategy.
Chief Rick Lasky and Chief John Salka talk about the need for ventilation on the fireground.