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.
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.