In this extrication video, Brock Archer and Jocelyn Lussier of the Montreal
Firefighters are far more comfortable charging, advancing, or flaking a line than they are starting one
In this new Training Minutes video, Mike Brown and Mark Litwinko discuss
Through my work, I get asked a lot of questions from clients who come through our doors and alumni who have completed treatment.
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The fire service possesses many unique managerial needs. It necessitates a semimilitarized structure
For more than a century, it has been proposed that a layer of char on the surface of heavy timbers acts as insulation and will slow or prevent further burning of the wood.
As this month’s firefighter survival tip is being written, the staff here at Mayday Mondays is in Beavercreek, Ohio, participating in the latest UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute full-scale experiments.
When you come across a victim in a compartment during a structure fire, what’s your best bet for removal?
Addicted to Awake: Sleep Deprivation in the Fire Service By Jacqueline and Sean Toomey Firefighter health should not be “collateral damage” from a career on the job. The inadvertent destruction from being addicted to awake is one of...
Ventilation saws are a great tool for cutting open a roof or the side of a gable end for vertical ventilation.