RIT, RIT, RIT. We read a lot of the same information about it, and we’ve been reading it for a long time. Specifically, “proactive RIT” has been pushed for over a decade now. RIT is a good thing; having a team on standby to dive into the fray and rescue one of our own is absolutely one of the many priorities at most fires. But let’s dig a little deeper into this dominating theme in RIT training.
Proactive RIT means having a RIT crew that doesn’t just stand in one spot like…Continue
Added by William Knight on December 29, 2014 at 9:33am — No Comments
It used to be that ventilating residential fires was pretty straightforward. Even today, the process hasn’t changed, but the difficulties encountered while completing the task have multiplied. Difficult roofs aren’t new; commercial flat roofs have long been a tough cookie to crack, with an infinite number of roof material combinations and challenges that pop up right in the middle of the cut. With today’s engineering capabilities and ever-changing building construction technology,…Continue
Added by William Knight on December 4, 2014 at 4:43pm — No Comments