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AB Turenne discusses a door control method that can be used for either search and rescue efforts or fire suppression.
Jason Hoevelmann has a few items for any company officer on a quint to consider and understand when operating on a quint.
“All that glitters is not gold.” John K. Murphy looks at how these words of Shakespeare applies to leadership in the fire service.
What exactly is the definition of a good and effective leader? Mike DeVirgilio comments on the task of running a promotional exam.
Where do you fall along the spectrum? John Lovato Jr. talks about minimum standards in the fire service.
Joe Pronesti on the value of using simulations and video in training.
How often do we actually train on performing as a team? Read more from Brian Ward.
The stronger and more effective the team, the more likely that the leader is doing their job, writes Jason Hoevelmann.
“Interior benchmarking” for greater firefighter situational awareness can assist us when we are caught in a bad situation, Billy Greenwood writes.
Do your people know what the mission is, and do they focus on that mission in everything they do? Read more from Chris Langlois.
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