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25 to Survive : Reducing Residential Injury and LODD

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Title: 25 to Survive : Reducing Residential Injury and LODD
Author: Capt. Daniel D. Shaw, Lt. Douglas J. Mitchell
ISBN: 1593703090 / 9781593703097
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 336
Publisher: PennWell
Year: 2013
Availability: 15-30 days
     
 
  • Description
  • Contents

Two seasoned fire officers take an in-depth look into the causes of line of duty deaths in residential building fires, and offer incident recommendations. This book is designed to provide firefighters and fire officers “street proven” tips, techniques, and company-level drills that address and overcome the 25 most common errors that occur at residential building fires.

Preface

Part I : Combat Readiness
Chapter 1 :
It’s All About Me
Chapter 2 : Combat Ready Fire Apparatus
Chapter 3 : Routine
Chapter 4 : Can I Talk Now?
Chapter 5 : It’s Really The Only Time You Have
Chapter 6 : We are Aggressive

Part II : Mastering The Environment
Chapter 7 :
Bricks, Sticks, and Straw
Chapter 8 : Get Out There
Chapter 9 : Nothing Showing Means Nothing, On-Scene Reports
Chapter 10 : Stairway to Heaven or Hell
Chapter 11 : Fire Down Below
Chapter 12 : 360%u02DA Check
Chapter 13 : Fire Behavior, Taking Science to The Streets

Part III : Engine Company Operations
Chapter 14 :
Pre-Planned Riding Assignments
Chapter 15 : Backup is Not a Direction of Travel
Chapter 16 : Where is My Water?
Chapter 17 : One More Room
Chapter 18 : The Last Line of Defense

Part IV : Truck Company Operations
Chapter 19 :
Truck Work
Chapter 20 : Pre-Planned Riding Assignments
Chapter 21 : Look, Listen, and Feel
Chapter 22 : Ladders, Ladders, Ladders Everywhere to The Roof
Chapter 23 : Probability in Search : VEIS
Chapter 24 : We Save Lives

Index

 
 
 
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