Top Concerns and Biggest Mistakes in Scene Lighting

This Webcast covers scene lighting concerns and mistakes as they relate to specifying fire apparatus as well as scene lighting available for fire apparatus.

( 10/23/2018 / 01:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time / 12:00 PM Central Daylight Time / 10:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time / 17:00  GMT )
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Culture, Cancer, and Firefighting PPE in 2018

This class provides an overview of cancer-causing carcinogen contamination of firefighter personal protective equipment (PPE) and firefighters. It provides discussion and up-to-date data on realistic protection expectations. It explains, identifie...

( 10/09/2018 / 01:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time / 12:00 PM Central Daylight Time / 10:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time / 17:00  GMT )
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Standpipe Operations: Operational Considerations

Join Miami-Dade (FL) Fire Captain Bill Gustin as he explains how a close call at a high-rise fire became his department’s motivation to increase its flow capability  for standpipe operations.  This webcast will examine his department’s t...

( 09/27/2018 / 01:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time / 12:00 PM Central Daylight Time / 10:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time / 17:00  GMT )
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The Art of the Third Due

This webcast breaks new ground in addressing a common, but rarely discussed or examined, aspect of the working incident response: the responsibilities and actions of additional companies in a substantial operation. As budgets are cut and staffing ...

( 09/21/2018 / 01:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time / 12:00 PM Central Daylight Time / 10:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time / 17:00  GMT )
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Improving Safety with Fire Data

When fire department leaders have strong data they can use it for community risk reduction and to protect the well-being of their crews. Discover how inspections and NFIRS data can be combined to improve safety at your department. In this one-hour...

( 09/20/2018 / 01:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time / 12:00 PM Central Daylight Time / 10:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time / 17:00  GMT )
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The Art of Reading Smoke

Often, smoke issuing from a building is the only clue available to predict fire behavior and the likelihood of a flashover or rapid fire spread. First-arriving officers, incident commanders, and safety officers MUST know how to rapidly read smoke....

Preventing Legal “Fires”

Knowledge of the law and well-crafted policies are important in preventing litigation and managing risk in your organization. John K. Murphy offers a webcast on firefighters’ legal responsibilities and liabilities. Join us for this webcast sponsor...

So, You Want to Buy a Fire Truck?

Regardless of whether yours is a volunteer or career department, purchasing a firetruck is a huge experience for all those involved. This session will provide fire departments with some hints and pointers as you negotiate through the process, deal...

Responding to and Preparing for Acts of Violence

The focus is on fire service response to violent scenes, from the single-company response to a victim of domestic violence to the multiagency active shooter event. Elements of terrorism in the United States are also evaluated. The instructor will ...

Dead Men Do Tell Tales

Gary Ludwig discusses management of crime scenes for firefighters and EMS. The fire service continues not to learn the lessons of the past when it comes to crime scene operations. The goal of this class is to educate fire and emergency medical pro...