Focus on Fire Safety: National Preparedness Month

September marks the ninth annual National Preparedness Month. Are you prepared?

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Operational Excellence

Active and Engaged: or Passive and on the Sideline?

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2012 International Fire/EMS Safety & Health Week

Have you made your plans for 2012 International Fire/EMS Safety and Health Week? This is a joint initiative of the International Association of Fire Chiefs and the National Volunteer Fire Council.

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Defining Buildings and their Inherent Characteristics

Defining Building Categories and Systems for Today’s Fireground

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Fire Fighter Killed by Exterior Wall Collapse during Defensive Operations at a Commercial Structure

NIOSH Report highlights collapse considerations during defensive operations that contributed to FF LODD

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USFA Releases Civilian Fire Injuries in Residential Buildings (2008-2010) Topical Report

Civilian Fire Injuries in Residential Buildings (2008-2010) is part of the Topical Fire Report Series. Topical reports explore facets of the U.S. fire problem as depicted through data collected in NFIRS. The Report focuses on the causes and characteristics of fire injuries in residential buildings.

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Baltimore County (MD) Firefighter Falkenhan Line of Duty Death Report Issued

“Firefighter Falkenhan was a well-respected and experienced firefighter. He died performing his duties during a very complex incident with severe fire conditions and unique fire behavior coupled with the immediate need to perform multiple rescues of victims in imminent danger. It would be easy if one particular failure of the system could be identified as the cause of this tragedy. We could fix it and move on. Unfortunately it is not that simple. No incident is “routine”. MarkÂ’s death and this report reinforce that fact”. From the Baltimore County (MD) FD LODD Report.

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Leading Causes of Residential Fire Fatalities: Unintentional/Careless Actions, Smoking

A new USFA topical fire report, Civilian Fire Fatalities in Residential Buildings (2008-2010), examines the characteristics of civilian fire fatalities in residential buildings. Unintentional/careless actions and smoking are the leading causes of these fatal fires.

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Structural Collapse Insights and Aides from NIST

A primer on past Structural Collapse research and insights.

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Residential Fire Injures Seven Firefighters: Wind Driven Conditions Suspected

Residential Fire Injures Seven Firefighters: Wind Driven Conditions Suspected. Apparent wind driven condition contributed to rapidly escalating fire conditions resulting in extreme fire behavior during initial fire suppression operations being coordinated at a single family residential dwelling (SFD) fire Friday night February 24th in Riverdale, MD

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