Joe Pronesti offers this three-part class that provides the tools for successfully responding to a fire in a legacy building on your Main Street.
In this episode, host Joe Pronesti speaks with Ted Nee, who produces the line of firefighter simulation videos on the Fire Engineering site, and Bobby Halton.
Host Joe Pronesti interviews D.C. Battalion Chief Tony Carroll, who talks about the Mayday Monday column and its relevance to firefighters.
Host Joe Pronesti talks with Dan Shaw, Joe Knerr, Aaron Lenart, and Tony Raffin about large fires in buildings under construction.
Host Joe Pronesti speaks with Lexington (KY) Fire Captain Arthur Ashley about his recent piece, "Truck Company Operations Without the Truck."
Host Joe Pronesti talks to Nick Salameh, who wrote about "Differentiating the 'Fireground Phenomena'" in the March issue of Fire Engineering.
Host Joe Pronesti talks to Tom Sitz about his Fire Engineering article, "Off-the-Beaten-Path Engine Company Tips."
Joe Pronesti has a review of the 2014 fire that killed Boston Lt. Edward Walsh and Firefighter Michael Kennedy.
Joe Pronesti reviews the command and control of Main Street fire incidents along with safety considerations.
If you are a young firefighter, the maze of information to navigate—what to read, how to act, who to talk to, etc.—can be daunting. In this podcast, Joe Pronesti talks about this issue and others with Firefighter Alexis Shady.