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Building Knowledge = Firefighter Safety

Buildingsonfire.com Launching Early 2009 An Informational, Reference and Training web site Dedicated to the Art & Science of Building Construction, Firefighting and Command Risk Management Advancing Training, Knowledge, Skill Development and Safety Focus for the Fire Service, and Supporting the NFFF Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives & EGH program EditorialsMultimediaArticles & NewsPodcasts & WebcastsTraining Support MediaCase […]

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Christopher J. Naum, SFPE Christopher J. Naum, SFPE is a 35-year fire service veteran and a former Fire Chief/ Fire & Safety Coordinator at a U.S nuclear power plant and previously served as a commanding company officer for over twenty years in field operations with a volunteer fire department in New York. He is presently […]

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BECOME SAFE

Can the Command and Company Officer truly make a difference in the outcomeduring structural fire combat? If they can make a difference – what tools are required to succeed? What are the relationships to; Knowledge, Experience, Technical skills, Proficiency, Core values, Depth and degree of separation, Maturity and stability, Cue-based mastery, Learning curves, Variables of […]

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What Do You Really Know about the Buildings in Your District?

What do you Really know about the buildings in your district? As you drive about your response district today, coming back from an alarm, heading to the firehouse tonight or running errands around your community this weekend, take a good look around. Ask your self a simple question; “How well do you know the buildings, […]

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Remembering FDNY Black SundayÂ…LODD 2005 Take the time to read both NIOSH reports and remember the sacrafice… Three veteran FDNY firefighters died in the LODD in Brooklyn, New York and the Bronx on Sunday January 23, 2005, a day that has become known as “Black Sunday” and called one of the saddest in fire department […]

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