What are you and your department doing to get your firefighters to take ownership?Grab a cup of coffee and let’s visit!…and don’t forget to check out our Pride and Ownership show on Fire Engineering Radio.See More
This group will focus on aggressive interior firefighting. We will address tactics that increase your chance of not getting jammed up and cover what actions to undertake if you do.We will cover some big issues as well as small tactical tips.See More
This group is designed to focus on the increased number of Flashovers that firefighters are encountering today. Anyone with an experience is encouraged to share it in order for all to learn from. Questions are encouraged.See More
Whether you are the chief of a small career department, a volunteer company or a battalion or deputy chief in a large urban department there are issues and concerns that you have to deal with. Join us and share ideas and solutions with other chiefs.
In this group, we'll discuss all things building construction. What are the lessons of recent fires? What have past fires taught us?. What are the developing trends in construction that will impact our ability to fight future fires?See More
So many cities have High-Rise structures and the tactics used by various departments varies as much as the cities themselves. The group is designed to allow Metro-City and Big-City firefighters discuss this challenging aspect of our jobs.See More
We spend a lot of time at the firehouse. We train there, we sleep there, and we eat there. Because of that, there are many incredible firehouse cooks out there. Share your recipes with us. This is also a place to discuss nutrition in the firehouse.
Fires & runs with a "Close Call" where we coulda, shoulda, woulda-or, it was simply not avoidable. Short and sweet: what happened, what we learned, would do different...or...sometimes this sh!t just happens. A place to pass it on for others to learn.See More
All things under the heading Forcible entry/ exit. Tools, methods (which are most effective in your area?) , locks, bars, gates, enclosures (What's new on the buildings?), Bolt patterns on commercial occupancy rear doors, Tips and tricks!
Firefighter: NJ DFS
EMT New York State Department of Health
EMT New Jersey OEMS
Confined Space Operations: Middlesex County Fire Academy
IML1: NJ DFS
Drill Ground Instructor: NJ DFS
Hazmat Operations: NJ State Police - Homeland Security
Certified Instructor - DHS AWR-130 Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings (IRTB): Dept of Homeland Security - New Mexico Tech
Basic Auto Extrication: ESI
CBRNE Operations: NJ State Police - Homeland Security
ICS I-200: NJ DFS
Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings; Technical Operations: Dept of Homeland Security - New Mexico Tech, Socorro, NM
Foam/Ethanol - Tech Level II: National Foam
Instructor Candidate Training: American Red Cross
SCUBA - Open Water: PADI
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