A busy fire officer handles numerous tasks: administration, budgets, political interaction, medical response, fire prevention, inspections, ect. This book brings the chief fire officer back to his job's focus: Fighting fires and responding to emergencies. Contents Command presence Life-and-death decision making Locating a fire Size-up of a fire Command and control at a fire Hoseline placement Preventing a fire spread Changing strategy Ventilation Terrorism Fireground communications Demobilization Fireground dangers Products of combustion Managing fireground risks and dangers Epilogue Answers to study questions.
Author: Vincent Dunn ISBN: 9780912212845 Pages: 293 pages Format: PDF Size: 22.38 Mb
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In his new book Step Up and Lead, Frank Viscuso-author, speaker, and career deputy chief-shares the secrets of effective fire service leadership, introduces the traits and skills essential for successful fire service leaders, and discusses the […] Posted in construction