The members of Traditions Training are bringing you another online training opportunity, this one focusing on the role of the company officer.
Join us for a Webcast with Brian Zaitz on leadership at the company officer level.
David DeStefano looks at the necessary requirements the modern fire officer needs to create a more successful and relevant fire service as we head into this new era.
Ronald E. Kanterman uses his 44 years of fire service experience to give this brief but vital rundown the role safety plays in the decisions every chief must make.
The focus is on the impact of officers on the operation and culture of a fire department and the differences between the role of the 21st-century officer and that of previous years.
Louis A. Comenale III discusses what every new company officer should know on taking the job.
Micah Kiger's lessons learned and reinforced from fire incidents.
Good solid training and a good set of standard operating procedures/guidelines that you train to are the foundation of safety.
Bart Lace uses his department’s Company Officer Development Academy as an example of the right way to prepare young officers for any fireground situation.
Bruce Byrnes makes the case that “as the company officer goes, so goes the department” and that the company officer’s skill and demeanor have a crucial impact on the quality of services the crew renders and the department’s reputation.