Ten Minutes in the Street: “Rubbish Fire- Fill the Box”
This special weekend edition of Ten Minutes in the Street TM is being offered on CommandSafety.com and is taking advantage of a training video produced by the LAFD in 2009 that involved a basis initial dispatch to a report of a rubbish fire that escalates into two structure fires and resulted in multiple alarm operations.
Take the opportunity to view the video clip and stop at various hold points to discuss and dialog operational considerations and issues affecting strategic command level management as well as tactical company level operational and safety issues.
Consider operational factors that would affect your organization profile and resources. Take the time to entertain open dialog and discussions in a group setting. Deliberate and debate the operational issues, roles and responsibilities, safety considerations, as well as tactical deployment demands and incident priorities.
This version of “On the Fireground” uses live fire footage and talking points to illustrate some lessons learned at a recent fire incident in South Los Angeles.
Also on CommandSafety …
- Predictability of Building Performance – Expect Fire – April 13, 2013
- Engineered Structural Support (ESS) system: Been in the Field lately? – February 24, 2013
- Building Construction for Today’s Fire Service – December 21, 2012
- Training Programs for Today’s Evolving Fireground Series for 2013 – November 9, 2012