"This is the same argument that continues to surface. People who teach RIT insist on changing channels. I'm a big believer that you don't need to change channels. I think it creates more confusion during an already confusing situation. The…"
"As always, the amount of management staff at an incident will determine how you can run Incident Command. Having said that; Incident Commanders, Operations Officers, maybe Water Supply and PIO need to be separated from the scene. In the first place,…"
"Great discussion ! Command is something in some areas that is under staffed, we call for additional resources in a lot of areas except for command. As for mobile or stationary sometimes it is the fit that works for your response area. Myself, I like…"
We have been evaluating our Incident Command system lately and there is a lot of discussion about mobile or stationary command. For years we have encouraged our I/C's to stay in their vehicle and take command from that location. Now, we are shifting our thoughts and saying "we need to have the Battalion Chief get out of his vehicle and take command from a mobile position". We don't believe they should be entering the structure, but we believe the I/C needs to hear and smell (figuratively…See More
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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
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