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.
Ongoing fire dynamics research is challenging long-held firefighting tenets. Daniel Sheridan compares what he was taught as a new firefighter in 1986 in light of fire dynamics research regarding ventilation and water application.
A sudden change in flow paths can be deadly for firefighters on the line. Grab a training bulletin on such scenarios from Bill Gustin.
This experimental series included second-story bedroom fires (14 experiments) and first-floor kitchen fires (6 experiments).
In this Training Minutes video, New Britain (CT) Fire Lieutenant Nick Papa and Pete Morotto from Fire Training Innovations talk about coordinated ventilation.
Nick J. Salameh examines the main differences between backdrafts, smoke explosions, and flashovers.
Being competent at what you do depends a lot on getting back to the basics and reinforcing the basics during an incident. Mike Ciampo on door size-up and control.