Buildings on Fire: Tactical Risks for the First-Due!

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3-Hour Program Description

If you’re going to command or tactically engage at a structure fire, you better understand the building. There is limited margin for error on today’s evolving fireground: Errors and omissions are unforgiving.

Arriving companies and personnel at today’s structure fires must be able to rapidly and accurately identify key elements of a building, process that data based upon a widening field of variables present on today’s evolving fireground, and implement timely actions that address prioritized actions requiring intervention.

This three-hour program will present tactical risks and key considerations for the first-due company, company officer and commander affecting and influencing operational risk management, command and tactical safety and tactical protocols based upon occupancy risks, reading the building and adaptive management principles. Integrated into the program are key Line of Duty Death lessons and learnings for today’s demanding fireground.

Presented by
Christopher J. Naum, SFPE
Chief of Training, Command Institute | Tactical Theorist

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