Firefighter S Handbook On Wildland Firefighting

Author: William C. Teie
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781931301169
Size: 58.23 MB
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This text deals with the basics of wildland and forest firefighting. It has been totally revised and is now in full color.

Organizing For Fire And Rescue Services

Author: Arthur E. Cote
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780877655770
Size: 80.92 MB
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Apply the experience of dozens of leading authorities with the new Organizing for Fire and Rescue Services. This special fire service edition of NFPA's Fire Protection Handbook is comprised of 35 informative chapters that present the big picture in a single volume. All the topics fire service managers and fire and life safety educators need to know about are here including: Fire and fire science basics including fire data collection and databases, and use of incident data and statistics Information on fire and life safety education including how to reach high-risk groups, understanding media, and evaluation techniques Guidance on fire department administration and operations, pre-incident planning, EMS, training, apparatus and equipment, PPE, managing response to haz-mat incidents, rescue operations, fireground operations, and more! Order your copy today and put time-tested knowledge to work for you!

Fire Safety Education Resource Directory

Author: Barry Leonard
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 0788173081
Size: 22.54 MB
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This compendium of materials will be useful in building and supplementing a public education program for fire safety. Lists a wide range of programs, videotapes, booklets, manuals, pamphlets, brochures, program kits, and web sites that are available from diverse sources throughout the U.S. There are 13 categories: burn and scald prevention, CPR and first aid, electrical hazards, escape plans and drills, fire and the elderly, fire extinguishers, fire safety and the disabled, flammable fabrics, residences, residential fire inspections and home safety, fire safety programs for schools and day care programs, smoke detectors, and other programs.

Wildland Fire Management Handbook For Sub Sahara Africa

Author: Johann Georg Goldammer
Publisher: African Minds
ISBN: 191983365X
Size: 71.36 MB
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Africa is a fire continent. Since the early evolution of humanity, fire has been harnessed as a land-use tool. Many ecosystems of Sub-Sahara Africa that have been shaped by fire over millennia provide a high carrying capacity for human populations.

The Fire Chief S Handbook 7th Edition

Author: Richard A. Marinucci
Publisher: Fire Engineering Books & Videos
ISBN: 1593702620
Size: 27.32 MB
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The Fire Chief’s Handbook, 7th Edition continues Fire Engineering’s 82-year tradition of publishing the definitive resource for advanced fire service training. The text has been completely updated to meet the changing environment and added responsibilities of the fire service. Returning authors have rewritten their chapter to address today’s leadership and administrative concerns, while new authors are also introduced to offer new perspectives. This comprehensive guidebook is designed for firefighters, company officers, and chief officers of all ranks and department types who want the latest information on the fundamentals of leadership in the fire service, as well as managing the day-to-day operations of a fire department.

Firefighting Strategies And Tactics

Author: James S. Angle
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
ISBN: 1284036448
Size: 64.53 MB
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"This text meets the course outcomes of the National Fire Academy's Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE) associate level strategy and tactics course. It provides an overview of common firefighting concepts from fire dynamics to extinguishing agents, to incident management, to fire fighter safety, to building construction, to preincident planning to post incident analysis"--Back cover.

2017 Field Operations Guide Ics 420 1

Author: FIRESCOPE
Publisher: Studio Tiga
ISBN:
Size: 71.36 MB
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Providing crucial information to first responders since 1983, Firescope is proud to present the interactive 2017 Field Operations Guide ICS 420-1. All the information from the 2017 FOG ICS 420-1 is included in this eBook. Now you can easily find critical information on Resource Typing, Position Checklists, Organization Charts and examples of how to organize using the Incident Command System (ICS) when facing All-Hazard Incidents. New to this version of the 2017 FIRESCOPE Field Operations Guide is a section on Fire in the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) with information on Structure Triage, Structure Protection Guidelines, Actions and Tactics. Easily access other valuable information such as Wildland Fire Management Guiding Principles, Tactical Engagement, Levels of Engagement, Powerline Safety and a Structure Assessment Checklist. Also included is valuable information on these ICS topics: Common Responsibilities, Multi-Agency Coordination System (MACS), Area Command, Complex, Command, Unified Command, Planning Process, Operations, Planning, Logistics, Finance/Administration, Organizational Guides, Resource Types and Minimum Standards, Hazardous Materials, Multi-Casualty, Urban Search and Rescue, Terrorism/Weapons of Mass Destruction, Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue, High Rise Structure Fire Incident, Protective Action Guidelines, Firefighter Incident Safety and Accountability Guidelines, Glossary of Terms, Communications, California Agency Designators, and Operational Area Identifiers.

Safety And Survival On The Fireground

Author: Vincent Dunn
Publisher: PennWell Books
ISBN: 9780912212234
Size: 59.26 MB
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* Identify hazards and how to avoid them * Maintain firefighter safety * Hazards or fires do not discriminate, they only destroy Learn from one of the leading authorities on how to identify hazards and avoid them. Dunn discusses the 15 most common hazards faced by firefighters, including cellar fires, collapse, peaked roofs, wildfires, interior operations, ladder operations, forcible entry, and others.