The UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute (FSRI) has released a new research report, “Analysis of the Coordination of Suppression and Ventilation in Multi-Family Dwellings.”
Nick Papa and Pete Morotto review some considerations for truck and engine companies when it comes to door control.
If not applied in appropriate flow rate, nozzle pattern and location, suppression streams may not reach the source of the fire and/or result in the generation of excess steam, potentially endangering occupants of the structure and the firefighter themselves.
Appearances can be deceiving. Nick Papa shares lessons learned from a 2016 structure fire.
The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) released a training bulletin dealing with recognizing the dynamic fire phenomenon known as backdraft.
When it comes to overhaul and checking for extension, err on the side of caution, writes Danny Sheridan.
The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) recently released a brief article dealing with the fire behavior phenomenon known as flashover.
Raul Angulo, a longtime Fire Engineering author and FDIC International presenter and retired captain with the Seattle (WA) Fire Department, has authored a textbook on fireground engine company operations.
Join Pete Van Dorpe for a Webcast on strategic and tactical concepts for conducting an intelligent interior fire attack at residential fires.
Host Joe Pronesti talks to Nick Salameh, who wrote about "Differentiating the 'Fireground Phenomena'" in the March issue of Fire Engineering.