As cities and buildings get smarter, so should the fire departments that protect them. Jack Murphy and Jerry Tracy review how tech advances will help firefighter preplanning.
In this episode of "In Their Own Words," Host Joe Pronesti talks with Jack Murphy about his recent article in June’s Fire Engineering Magazine. They're joined by guest Sean DeCrane, and touch on the "Know Before You Go" concept.
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, Chris Naum offers insights on firefighting concerns for Mega Mansions and large area homes.
New plans offer a national reimagining of how to fight wildfires amid the risk of the coronavirus spreading through crews.
Jack J. Murphy looks at an instance of tilt-up construction and the many firefighter safety hazards that may be concealed within.
Mike Ciampo relays lessons learned from a call for an injured construction worker at a high-rise building site.
Sometimes having a fresh set of eyes on the problem can be valuable. Jack Murphy tells of one "building recon" session in New Jersey and the hazards it uncovered.
Joe Pronesti reviews the command and control of Main Street fire incidents along with safety considerations.
It’s not enough to know the building and “to gather intelligence,” as Jack Murphy would say. You need to have a battle plan. Read more from Ron Kanterman.