The Virtual Tour
In the fire service, like any business today, Chief’s/Administration…Continue
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Lex Shady & Chris Tobin
There is a quote that we believe represents the vast majority of the fire service concerning buildings; it reads,
“Many an object is not seen, though it falls within the range of our visual ray, because it does not come within the range of our intellectual ray.” Thoreau, Henry
Simply put, we all see buildings, but few understand what they’re actually looking at. That’s a problem, a really…Continue
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Where is the WHY?
It’s Not Just Millennial’s That Want to Know
One of the most frustrating things that anyone…Continue
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The Irons: Forcible Entry & Door Control
Besides the standard ensemble of turnout gear, box light, SCBA, and a radio, it is expected for firefighters to dismount their apparatus upon arrival with the essential tools of the trade (TIC, Can, etc.) with an objective and goal in mind. Typically, this includes a set of irons which tend to be placed off to the side once a fortified door has been forced.
With the door…Continue
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In my last blog post I talked about some of the poor reasons we use to avoid change. This month I’d like to talk about the other side of that coin.
What are some of the good reasons for embracing change in…Continue
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