As researchers have helped the fire service better understand the science behind fire dynamics, a new language has developed including terms like heat flux, flow path and door control. This research is being incorporated into the fire service at all levels including company drills, department SOPs, training manuals and standards. This 1-hour online training will provide participants with an expanded knowledge of these terms and their science-based definitions.
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In 2010, the IAFC formally established the Go Teams, which are ready to deploy to any location in the United States to assist local, state, tribal and federal officials with the myriad duties relating to fire resources and job tasks. ...
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This report explores best practices while using privately owned vehicles (POV) for ESO responses. The report is a joint effort between the Volunteer and Combination Officers Section (VCOS), Safety, Health and Survival Section (SHSS), and the NVFC.
This best practices ...
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