1 Video Training Forum
This feature is intended to spark the sharing of ideas, information and techniques to make firefighters safer and more effective. The following video and discussion points must not be used to berate, belittle or criticize those firefighters. Rather, in the spirit of near-miss reporting, please use this feature as another teaching tool to help you better do your job. Please leave your comments below and use this material in your own department. I hope you find this training valuable; stay safe and keep learning.
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Fire attack: Understanding landmark buildings–
Landmark buildings, because of their age and different uses, present unique threats to firefighters
Hitting the abandoned commercial building–
This abandoned commercial building presents several challenges and risks to Detroit firefighters; watch the video and discuss how you would handle a similar fire in your area of response.
How the public sees a fire attack–
The ubiquitous mobile camera and platforms for sharing video means a fire department's tactics and reputation are under constant, and sometimes unfair, scrutiny
Fire attack: Well-involved older construction home–
What can we learn from this fire about the importance of following well-detailed SOGs and executing a coordinated fire attack?
Fire attack: Sizing up an abandoned factory–
Abandoned industrial sites pose numerous threats to responding fire units; watch this video and discuss below how to mitigate those risks
Firefighter safety: Restaurant fire attack–
Modern ordinary construction presents several risks to firefighters; find the teachable moments in this video and join the discussion
Fire command: Going defensive–
Knowing when and how to shift from an offensive fire attack to a defensive attack is critical for firefighter safety
Fire attack: How to beat a thrift-store fire–
Fuel load, access, water supply and wind were some of the major challenges facing firefighters
Fire attack: Auto repair shop–
Firefighters arrived to find fire blowing out of the roof of this small commercial structure; how would you attack this fire?
Taking command: Fast-food restaurant fire–
Given their head start and building construction style, fast-food restaurant fires are dangerous; here are six firefighter safety questions
Fire attack: Attic fire–
Take command of this residential attic fire and make decisions based on a 360 size up and crew availability
First arriving: How do you attack this fire?–
A known explosion, heavy flames and strong wind present challenges for the first-arriving crews; how would you lead and attack this fire?
Taking command: Balloon-construction fire–
Understanding how these structures are built and how fire behaves within them are key to a safe and effective attack
How would you attack this car fire?–
With fires in today's vehicles, it is critical to know the risks and how to protect firefighters against them
Truck repair shop: How would you attack this fire?–
Factor environmental considerations into planning a defensive attack on a fully involved light industrial structure
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