We are postponing FDIC International and are in conversations with the Indiana Convention Center and Convention & Visitors Bureau for new dates.
Topics include developing local ordinances that establish authority for organizational consolidation, establishing a healthy relationship with all stakeholders, developing training standards for volunteer and paid members, and much more.
When we respond for a report of an odor of smoke in a building at a commercial occupancy, a crew is almost always ordered to the roof. Why?
The focus will be on the most common residential and commercial locks and the numerous options to defeat them whether on EMS calls, service calls, or the fireground. Methods, tools, and tactics used for nondestructive entry, through-the-lock, and light forcible entry are presented, including using these methods on occupied/possibly occupied dwellings/structures.
Here is an in-depth look at when to deploy the 2½-inch line; how to select, stretch, and operate a medium-diameter fire attack package; and practical solutions for developing competency in 2½-inch operations regardless of your department's staffing or size.
For his extraordinary display of courage, valor, and extreme bravery at the fire in which he lost his life, Lieutenant Jason Menard is the recipient of the 2020 Ray Downey Courage and Valor Award.
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.
Discussion will include how fire department administration can create policies to efficiently integrate the ambulance crew into fireground operations, how to properly equip the ambulance for the tasks the crew could be expected to perform, and training the firefighters assigned to ambulances to properly prepare and maintain the proper mindset to be a valuable asset on the fireground.
This program uses a real-world approach to incorporate EMS care considerations in the extrication strategy and shows how most critical trauma encountered in vehicle collisions can be managed quickly and effectively by first responders.
At FDIC International 2020, join us for an aggressive hands-on training class, "Live Fire: Search and Extinguishment."