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Technology Assist: Drone at Oklahoma House Fire

10/26/2016

Nichols Hills house fire highlights advantage of drone use on the fireground

Organizational and Individual Morale

09/01/2016

David Rhodes looks at what it takes to encourage good morale in the fire service.

“Saving Lives”

08/01/2016

Is being well-trained and mission-focused enough to ensure success on the emergency incident scene?

In Command and Out of Control

07/01/2016 There comes a time in your career as you move up in rank that you can no longer do everything yourself.

Prioritizing and Managing Hazards

06/01/2016 Dave Donohue examines the ways that safety officers should be familiar with various methods for identifying and classifying risk, prioritizing hazards, and ensuring that hazard mitigation is addressed as part of a comprehensive safety process.

Does this Plywood Make Me Look Vacant?

05/01/2016 In the urban environment, boarded-up windows are not an excuse for a passive approach. A smart, aggressive fire attack and search are required to ensure we live up to our American duty.

50 Dos and Don’ts, Part 5

04/01/2016 Firefighters’ “little black book”: A pocket guide to safety

Integration Nation

04/01/2016 Matt Hinds-Aldrich focuses on data integrations as they relate to the fire service with the intent to help a nontechnical audience understand the fundamentals of linking data systems.

A Road Most Travelled?

04/01/2016 FireRescue’s editor-in-chief looks at the different roads fire service personnel travel to be effective firefighters and have satisfying careers.

High Risk/Low Frequency

04/01/2016 Guidelines for first-arriving companies

Not Everyone Makes It Home

04/01/2016 David Rhodes looks at how the fire service should use caution with its interpretations and avoid establishing and falling victim to unrealistic expectations.

Finding a Common Thread

04/01/2016 An emergency response site specialist for a new petrochemical company in Jubail, Saudi Arabia, is tasked with training new Saudi fire recruits in a brand new department’s first recruit academy. This is a firsthand account of his experiences.

Is There a Doctor in the House?

04/01/2016 A discussion of the relative value in having a person with a doctoral degree involved in fire service administration. Is it necessary?

Risk Management Models

04/01/2016 David F. Peterson looks at a real-life incident that applied a risk management model and saved a life.

What Makes a Good Instructor?

03/01/2016 Steve Crothers examines how, as instructors, we should focus on elevating our teaching to a higher level by engaging with the students and maximizing the traits that go beyond just being a subject-matter expert.

Press Uber for 911

03/01/2016 The future of EMS and public safety is at question as Uber enters the healthcare industry, delivering medical services at reduced costs to consumers.

Can We Do More With Less?

03/01/2016 A guide to surviving the next 20 years

The Wingspread Conference VI

03/01/2016 This conference will be the sixth gathering and will be a great representative of the 50th anniversary of this process.

Repeating History

03/01/2016 FireRescue’s editor-in-chief looks at how the fire service must look both to the past and the future to become the organization it needs, and wants, to be.

You Are What You Practice

03/01/2016 David Rhodes looks at how continued practice leads us closer to our goals.

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