This webcast will cover the decisions that need to be made regarding fire scene strategy determination based on the arrival and/or forecasted conditions. Strategy selection considerations, strategy modification cues, and offensive-to-defensive/defensive-to-offensive strategic transition will be a focus of discussion. Situational fire topics will be discussed and highlighted by case studies and lessons learned from past incidents. Areas of focus will include below-grade fires, attached and closely spaced buildings, cockloft fires, exposure issues, and large area buildings. Students will also learn about recognizing when an exterior strategic opportunity presents itself, precipitating a transitional strategy as the initial fireground action.
Sponsored By: MSA Fire
At MSA, our business is safety. We’ve been the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality protective equipment for firefighters and industrial workers since 1914. Our commitment to developing innovative safety solutions is founded on one singular and unchanging mission: “that men and women may work in safety, and that they, their families, and their communities may live in health throughout the world.”
We bring this mission to life through a relentless focus on listening to customer needs, countless hours spent on R&D and product testing, and a never-ending commitment to product quality. Visit us for more information at www.MSAfire.com.