Maintaining vitality of command during incident operations will help ensure the safety of personnel and promote the success of the mission.
Join Jack J. Murphy for a Webcast on getting your line firefighters the information they need to improve performance on the fireground.
Preplanning the buildings in your response area is not just "busy work" but an essential part of the job. Bob Fields on becoming intimately familiar with the structures in your area.
How well do you know the buildings in your response area? In this month's Mayday Monday, Tony Carroll reviews the line-of-duty death of Philadelphia Fire Lieutenant Matt LeTourneau and lessons learned.
The more information you have prior to arriving at a fire scene, the better the odds of making the right decisions the first time, writes Jason Hoevelmann.
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.