Host Joe Pronesti talks to Seattle (WA) Deputy Chief (Ret.) Phil Jose about reading smoke and firefighting in "Main Street" buildings.
The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) released a training bulletin dealing with recognizing the dynamic fire phenomenon known as backdraft.
How are your skills when it comes to reading smoke? Join us for a Webcast with Phil Jose of the Seattle (WA) Fire Department as he takes a fresh look at this vital skill.
A closer look at “white smoke” or “cold smoke” at a fire and what it means.
Training in the reading smoke process develops an understanding its concepts and impacts and how to apply those concepts into the role of the incident commander.
Alex Langbell provides a review of the basics of reading smoke.
David Dodson discusses the Art of Reading Smoke in today's fire service.
David Dodson discusses the importance of what reading smoke is all about in the fire service.
If you haven't been to many structure fires lately, your "reading smoke" skills may have diminished. Join Dave Dodson at this year's FDIC for a refresher in the form of a workshop and breakout session.
Reading smoke conditions before and during an active fire fight can be of real value to firefighters operating on a fire scene.