For 12 minutes, Incident Command has called for the victim and captain 10 times.
There is enough excitement and confusion already, if we arrive and start screaming, yelling nothing will get done.
Latest in managing a live-in program tackles the slow times in quarters.
If, as the research in victim survivability profiling states, firefighters die for victims that could be deemed unsurvivable then what do the actions cited and awarded today in New York City say?
We can’t let this ‘walk before we crawl’ training happen anymore, teaching our new firefighters how to search before we tell them what they are looking for. Brian Brush
Latest in managing a live-in program recognizes morale and a least likely place to gauge it.
It wasn’t just a few bloggers working the floor at Indy. Did you see what they reported on? You should.
If the customers and the politicians read, and they do, does what they see match the story?
Does it matter?
If you want to be provoked into putting aside biases and stereotypes, to ask ‘why?’ and ‘why not?’, if you want to exercise your firefighting brain, then tune in.
Charles Bailey. ‘Nuff said.