Full list of Incident Command results
Safe law enforcement operations on the fireground–
The International Society of Fire Service Instructors discuss how law enforcement and firefighters can safely and efficiently work a fire scene. The video comes less than a week after an Indiana fire chief was arrested after trying to stop a police officer from interfering at a fire scene.
Early arrival at a 3-alarm house fire–
High winds and a big head start made this fire particularly tough for North White Hall Township, Pa. firefighters.
Reality Training: Triple-deck residential fire–
Chief Wylie looks at conditions such as smoke color, amount of fire and burn time at this residential fire where one firefighter was trapped and several victims rescued. Sponsored by Globe Turnout Gear.
Reality Training: Defensive fire attack–
When you have to go defensive from the start, some things to consider are staying out of the collapse zone and not putting a firefighter on the tip of a ladder to babysit a remote-controlled master stream. Sponsored by Globe Turnout Gear.
Reality Training: Expect the unexpected–
It is easy to get tunnel vision at a large building fire. And when that happens it leaves us less prepared for the unexpected things that can go wrong, as Chief Wylie shows us with this video.
Reality Training: Pre-arrival backdraft–
Firefighters don't know it, but this house has already backdrafted before they arrived. Chief Wylie looks at how to handle this and other issues like truck placement. You can view the full video here.
Reality Training: Large fire in commercial building–
Chief Wylie examines this well-involved commercial building and reminds us to know the structures and their contents before they catch fire — it could be the difference between life and death. Watch the full video here.
Reality Training: Lessons from a two-story house fire–
Here's a look at how to handle a residential structure with fire blowing out of three sides and the public's perception of fireground activities. Watch the full video and discuss.
Raw: House collapse in New York–
Firefighters arrived to find three homes burning in Niagara Falls, N.Y. There was an initial report of someone inside. When that turned out to be false, the chief shifted to a defensive attack.
Reality Training: How to attack a car fire–
Chief Rob Wylie examines a car-fire attack video and explains what's done right and what can be improved upon.
Reality Training: Setting up incident command–
Chief Wylie examines a well-involved single residential unit and the incident command decisions the officer made upon arrival and during the fire.
Reality Training: Offensive and defensive tactics–
Chief Wylie examines what went into this incident commander's decision to move from offense to defense, and talks about the importance of being flexible when conditions change.
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