There are numerous buildings in the state that have only partial sprinkler protection or none whatsoever. Bill Gustin on what's at stake during high-rise fires in these structures.
This week the panel reviews fire prevention and fire investigation considerations for line personnel and fire officers.
This is the first of a four-part video series with Miami-Dade (FL) Fire Captain Bill Gustin on the function and components of fire suppression systems.
In this video from the Miami-Dade (FL) Fire Rescue Training Division, Bill Gustin examines how the department uses a fire pump test header manifold as a water source in a massive transit bus facility devoid of hydrants within the complex.
This video from the Miami-Dade (FL) Fire Rescue Training Division examines how to improvise a "Cleveland"/coil from hose configured in conventional horseshoe or accordion bundle folds.
How do you practice safe driving techniques and fire apparatus accident prevention? Mike Dugan, Bill Gustin, and company discuss this topic.
Bill Gustin and Juan Miguel of Miami-Dade (FL) Fire/Rescue perform four forcible entry techniques on just one door found in a construction dumpster.
There are always two size-ups on every fire, and companies who advise the incident commander on their progress and conditions do so from a limited perspective, writes Bill Gustin.
Mike Dugan, Bill Gustin, and the rest of the panel are joined by special guest Dave Walsh to consider some aspects of attic and cockloft fires.
Bill Gustin offers some firefighter training insights and thought experiments on residential structure fire response.