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Residential Basement Fire- You make the [safety] call

First: You arrive at a single family residential structure fire, with smoke showing, under pressure from the Charlie [C] side basement wind…

Started by Christopher Naum, SFPE

3 Nov 11, 2008
Reply by Jim Golondzinier

The Loudoun County (VA) Department of Fire, Rescue Releases Significant Injury Investigative Report for 43238 Meadowood Court

Significant Injury Investigative Report 43238 Meadowood Court FACT SHEET The Loudoun County Department of Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Manag…

Started by Christopher Naum, SFPE

0 Oct 31, 2008

NIOSH Public Meeting for the NIOSH Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation and Prevention Program.

NIOSH will be holding a Public Meeting on November 19, 2008 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Chicago to receive stakeholder comments on the eff…

Started by Christopher Naum, SFPE

0 Oct 26, 2008

USFA and NIST Complete Study of Thermal Imaging Technology

The United States Fire Administration (USFA) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have completed a report, Techni…

Started by Christopher Naum, SFPE

0 Oct 25, 2008

Collapse Rescue Operations

It's a Saturday afternoon. You respond to a report of a building collapse with trapped occupants. (unknown number). Arriving on scene, you…

Started by Christopher Naum, SFPE

0 Oct 22, 2008

Fatal Training Fires: Fire Analysis for the Fire Service

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has investigated the fire conditions of two very different fire training inciden…

Started by Christopher Naum, SFPE

0 Oct 9, 2008

USFA Residential Structure and Buildings Fires Report

The Department of Homeland Security's United States Fire Administration (USFA) has issued a report examining the causes and characteristic…

Started by Christopher Naum, SFPE

0 Oct 8, 2008

Sacramento Near Miss Report- Must Reading

Attached is a great lesson's Learned Near Miss Report from Sacramento Metro Fire, CA; on the roof collapse that nearly took the lives of 1…

Started by Christopher Naum, SFPE

0 Oct 4, 2008

FDNY Wind Driven Fires Studies

Wind Driven Fires Smoke and heat spreading through the corridors and the stairs of a building during a fire can limit building occupants’…

Started by Christopher Naum, SFPE

1 Sep 14, 2008
Reply by Chris Fleming

Vacant Three Story Brick-You Make the Call

You're on the first due Engine Company consisting of a four staffed crew. You arrive and find a three (3) story Brick ( Brick and Joist Co…

Started by Christopher Naum, SFPE

0 Sep 6, 2008

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