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Chief Conversations: Mentoring in the fire service–
This video series is brought to you by Globe and MSA. View the other videos in the series here. By FireRescue1 FireRescue1 Executive Editor Chief Marc Bashoor speaks with Fairfax County, Virginia, Chief John Butler at Fire Rescue International 2018 about the importance of mentoring in the fire service. Butler, who is a former Marine and was previously the Fire Chief in Howard County, Maryland, tells Bashoor, "Mentoring is the secret sauce to any public safety institution, the military and business in general. This is the most effective way to transfer knowledge from one generation to the other and across the institutions." Butler also notes the influence of the milennial generation on older industry professionals, in a reverse-mentorship capacity, particularly due to their fluency with technology. "Some of that technology can play well in to what we do and how we've done things in the past," he says.
Reality Training: Community outreach–
How are you and your organization viewed by the community? What do they know about you?
Reality Training: The importance of water shuttles and drafting–
How good is your department at doing water shuttle operations? When was the last time you did a water shuttle drill?
Reality Training: Emergency driving safety–
Chief Wylie talks about why you should take in the road and traffic conditions as you respond and why they should help formulate your driving plan.
Reality Training: A strip mall wall collapse–
Why are there personnel in the hazard zone without their SCBA masks on? Chief Wylie breaks down the good and the bad about crews working this strip center fire.
Reality Training: A semi-tractor trailer fire–
A semi-tractor trailer on fire on a busy interstate in California? We've got a lot of lessons to learn from this one.
Reality Training: Preplaning and a massive fire–
We all plan for the big fire; this was a really big fire. The preplanning on this is what made the job go very well.
Reality Training: Fire and its use as a weapon–
Chief Wylie has talked in the past about fire as a weapon, and here's a classic example. How many times has your department talked through or trained to respond to an intentionally set fire in an occupied structure?
Reality Training: Proper ladder rescue techniques–
Ladder rescues are difficult even under the best circumstances. Chief Wylie gives pointers about a few things to remember when you're going to do a ladder rescue.
Reality Training: Massive warehouse fire–
Chief Wylie explains why you should never stand in a hazard zone. Be sure to always set up safety and exclusion zones.
Reality Training: Double house fire–
There are several points here to consider. First and foremost, do you have enough equipment on the way? You may have been dispatched to a single structure on fire and a single alarm assignment is all you have. That's not going to be enough to take care of two fully involved houses.
Reality Training: Assisted living structure fire–
Chief Wylie explains why you need to take every call at face value and make sure you have your game face on when you respond.
Improper ladder heeling–
Heeling from the front or back is acceptable, but be aware of surface differences.
Reality Training - A Parapet Collapse–
Watch this video from FireRescue1 Academy where Chief Wylie presents how to identify the hazards associated with retail spaces including the storage of flammables, building construction traits, and hazard-risk benefit analysis. This training video and more are available in the most modern learning platform for fire personnel.
A review of tactical tourniquets–
Dr. Richard Schwartz reviews the application of three different tourniquets on a simulated patient.
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