David Rickert and company demonstrate in real time using the Milwaukee Method for ventilating peaked-roof structures.
David Rickert of the Milwaukee (WI) Fire Department discusses considerations when employing the Milwaukee Method for making cuts in steeply peaked roofs.
In this Training Minutes video, New Britain (CT) Fire Lieutenant Nick Papa and Pete Morotto from Fire Training Innovations talk about coordinated ventilation.
At FDIC International 2020, join us for an aggressive hands-on training class, "Live Fire: Search and Extinguishment."
Venting for fire and life are planned and rehearsed procedures that allow the release of smoke and heat from the building.
Alex Degnan outlines some tactical hydraulic ventilation techniques, advantages, and applications.
At FDIC International 2020, Nicholas Papa will examine ventilation and its relationship to fire behavior and how it impacts the fire; our operations; and, most importantly, potential victims.
A Gordonville (PA) firefighter was injured after falling 20 feet from a roof during a fire on Saturday, according to reports.
Being competent at what you do depends a lot on getting back to the basics and reinforcing the basics during an incident. Mike Ciampo on door size-up and control.
In this episode of Training Minutes, Mike Ciampo reviews some tips on cutting operations from the tower ladder bucket.