Tag Archives: “risk management”

Rhetorical Lesson No.9:Questions About Risk

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Is placing yourself at risk, or greater risk, an actual job requirement or is it merely suggestive, a part of a culture’s identity?

Why We Search: Maryland Father Tries to Save Son in Abandoned House Fire

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The elder McKeown called 911 and then entered the home to search for his son.

Mark My Words

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“Johnny, you’ve got the lawyer spot tonight.”

A Tale of Two Fires

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VSP will never save a firefighter that fails to wear his seatbelt, that drives like an Indy car racer, or eats his double cheeseburger on a jelly donut.

Two and Three-Man Crews – We Want You!

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Does your wagon driver get dressed and don SCBA, to back you up on the line, after he’s changed that line? If so, then we want to hear from you!

“Expect Fire” Early Footage of Chicago Multiple Alarm on Weekday Afternoon

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Only a block away from quarters, Engine 22 has an afternoon full of fire and first line choices.

Lessons Learned:Deadly Disorientation at Texas Plant Fire

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Probably one of the best reasons to do preplanning from 2010.

A VSP-ish Result in Pennsylvania

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Hoarder’s house is condemned, resulting in a No-Entry rule for firefighters and an occupant death.

Detroit’s “Paradigm Shift” Jams Gears

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Well, that certainly made an impact.

Life Safety Initiative No.12 and the DCFD

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It is a shame that some of the strongest advocates for firefighter safety have not publicly criticized this plan.

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