Tag Archives: “standard operating procedures”

Beyond the Door – The Risk Analysis

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  “So we decided to not give up on people,” Scott Corrigan

Newark, OH Working : First Due Chief at Working Fire

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  Video and report of occupant possibly inside at this house fire  

April at Backstep Firefighter

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April saw discussions primarily centered on risk, sizeup and personal responsibility.

Oregon Working: The Two-Men Engine Company

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For some of you, three on the engine or truck is a luxury. Others at times wish they had three. This highlights a point in our education that I hear and read of many times from suburban and rural firefighters.

Multiple Rescues on Brooklyn Firefighter’s First Day as Chauffeur

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He stopped at the third floor, where the woman and boy were. “They looked like they would jump,”

The Dichotomy of Risk

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The internet will be alive with ideas, thoughts and reasons why what happened in DC and Gary shouldn’t have happened.

Bailey and the Tinhelmet Evolution.

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Charles Bailey. ‘Nuff said.

But We Train All The Time

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Across the country firefighters are running into trouble inside burning buildings and then fail to act in a manner consistent with their survival. But is it their fault? Or is it a result of their training?

February At Backstep Firefighter

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Tool Choices, bunkrooms, NIOSH, an offensive video and a down-home fire photography highlight.

Thinking About Little Things

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Tunnel vision, prejudices, attitude, excessive talking – all can turn a fireground sour.

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