No matter the size of your department, it is your obligation to properly train new recruits before they ride the apparatus and respond when the bell rings.
In this Training Minutes video, Adam Hansen and Anthony Deko examine a method for identifying a worn-out or burnt-out belt in HVAC rooftop units.
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue has devised a procedure to boost pressure in a building's standpipe system in deliver sufficient hose outlet pressure for hoselines.
The future of the fire service starts with us, and volunteer fire instructors must be ready to teach the next generation. Tom Miller on how best to do that.
The focus is on the impact of officers on the operation and culture of a fire department and the differences between the role of the 21st-century officer and that of previous years.
Errors that occur during training exercises should be expected and looked for and be incorporated into future training sessions, says Stephen F. Shaw Jr.
In this Training Minutes video, Jim Crawford describes the Pittsburgh Drill, a multi-task RIT evolution designed for a four- or five-member team.
In this firefighter training video, Paul DeBartolomeo demonstrates how air bags can be used in some common rescue scenarios.
Miami-Dade (FL) Fire Rescue, in conjunction with the Miami-Dade Aviation Department and other local and federal emergency response agencies conducted a full-scale aviation emergency drill at Miami International Airport (MIA).