Technical Rescue

Manatee Technical Rescue

05/26/2017

Robin R. Gainey presents a study in how cooperation equaled success in Jacksonville, Florida.

One Stop Shop

05/23/2017

Matthew Stelle looks at technical rescue for the suburban combination department.

A Perfect Storm

05/23/2017

FireRescue's editor-in-chief looks at how fire service personnel must take care of themselves and each other to steer the ship through any storm.

Three-Diver Rotation

01/30/2017

Scott Huff examines strategies for protecting public safety divers while they work to protect others. 

NIOSH LODD Report: Oklahoma Storm Drain Rescue

12/30/2016

Captain swept into underground drain during flooding

Cave Rescue Capabilities

12/30/2016

Are cave rescues just confined spaces?

Goodbye 2016

12/02/2016

The year in critique 

New Professional Guidelines in Hungary

11/30/2016

Peter Jackovics examines the national classification system for cave/rope rescuers in Hungary.

Water in, Water Out

11/01/2016

FireRescue's editor-in-chief examines how firefighters should use lessons learned as the driving force in making any evolutional change to the fire service.

The Windshield Survey

08/01/2016 Dave Donohue looks at initial damage assessment for large-scale emergencies and disaster as the starting point for the response and recovery process.

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.

Haz-mat Response

02/01/2016 David F. Peterson looks at haz-mat response and how it needs to be more effectively incorporated into fire service response.

CO Sensor System Project

02/01/2016 Raymond T. Ranellone Jr. looks at the threat carbon monoxide poses on the fireground and shares a project that aimed to introduce more effective CO monitors.

Calling Mayday

02/01/2016 Gary Bird and Brian Gettemeier examine the responsibilities of fire service personnel on the fireground when a Mayday is called.

Hydrogen Explosion in Japan in 2011

12/01/2015 The tsunami that struck the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant after the earthquake on March 11, 2011, disabled all the AC power supplies at Reactor Units 1 to 5, causing the cooling systems to shut down and leading to a hydrogen explosion. The Tokyo Fire Department responded.

Leading Georgia Smoke Divers

10/01/2015 Judith Glick-Smith looks at the Georgia Smoke Diver program: a brotherhood, a group of equals, leaders committed to service, there to teach you how to save your own life and the lives of others.

Getting a Military Feel

09/01/2015 Gea Haff describes her experience at Patriot Warrior/Global Medic with the FAST team.

Trench Rescue

08/01/2015 Andy Speier looks at strategies for rescuing a victim trapped in a trench.

Coastal Rescue

07/01/2015 Peter Ong examines the San Francisco Fire Department (S.F.F.D.) Coastal Rescue.

Fireworks and the Fire Service

06/01/2015 Rich Clark sheds some light on one very popular, but little understood, fair weather activity, community fireworks displays. Commercial displays are a very complex event; this article focuses on the basics, safety items, rules of the game, and information to keep everyone as safe as possible.

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