They Are Us: Fireground SizeUp, Command, Control, Accountability, and Survival

Now available for on demand viewing.

They Are Us:  Fireground SizeUp, Command, Control, Accountability, and Survival

 

This event was originally broadcast on November 15, 2016
and is now available for on demand viewing.

Sponsored by Honeywell

It happened to them ... but when will it be us? We turn out day in and day out, normally expecting what to expect, but that’s not always the case. Sometimes, things don’t go as we thought they would. Sometimes, it goes far worse. Success and survival on the fireground have no guarantees; sometimes things go horribly wrong, even when we do our best. Other times, things go horribly wrong, and all the warning signs were there on the scene well before the fire even started. These are the fires we must learn from. The focus is on the proven facts of some recent fires. The lessons learned are taught with the resolve to honor those involved by not repeating fireground history.


Presented by:

Billy Goldfeder
Deputy Chief
Loveland-Symmes (OH) Fire Department

BILLY GOLDFEDER, EFO, is deputy chief of the Loveland-Symmes (OH) Fire Department. He has been a firefighter since 1973, a company officer since 1979, and a chief officer since 1982. He serves on the International Association of Fire Chiefs board of directors, the September 11th Families Association, and the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. He has taught at FDIC for 30-plus years and is a member of the Fire Engineering editorial advisory board and the FDIC executive advisory board.



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