In this new Training Minutes video, Steve Hamilton and company discuss interagency operations for fire, EMS, and police when it comes to protecting corridors so that rescuers can access and remove victims from the warm zone.
In this new Training Minutes video, Mark Litwinko and Mike Brown review patient intervention measures and methods for removing a patient from the warm zone of an mass-casualty incident.
In this new Training Minutes video, Mike Brown and Mark Litwinko discuss wound packing, a form of bleeding control that enables responders to control bleeding at points where a tourniquet cannot be used.
Robby Bergerson reports on the lessons his department learned from a multiple-casualty shootout in a community shopping mall and how the department addressed them.
The City of Orlando (FL) has released an independent firm's report on the fire department response to the 2016 attack on the Pulse nightclub, which killed 49 people and injured more than 50 other people.
Candice McDonald uses her extensive experience as a first responder to offer fire departments this look at what to do when encountering an incident involving an improvised explosive device.
The authors critique NFPA 3000 from the perspective of making revisions and additions the authors propose for the next edition.
On the anniversary of the attacks, Mary Jane Dittmars looks at how the incident is still affecting the fire service and the nation at large.
Mark Litwinko of AXIS Emergency Readiness Solutions discusses how fire and EMS integrate with law enforcement agencies when it comes to large-scale responses such as active shooter incidents.
Nicholas DeLia explains how using dioramas can better prepare first responders for the wide variety of incidents they encounter.