Kevin Milan taught the first Principals of Modern Fire Attack program this week at Firehouse San Diego. This program designed by ISFSI with input from NIST and UL will be delivered 100 more times all over the country at local and state fire schools as well as FDIC in April.
The International Society of Fire Service Instructors continues to move forward with delivery of a Principles of Modern Fire Attack Program. The ISFSI received funding from the Department of Homeland Security’s Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program to deliver this material in 2015.
Firefighters are always a call away, ready to tackle potentially dangerous situations. But while their job probably carries a ton of stress and responsibility, their methods and tricks can still apply to your job and everyday life.
SLICE-RS, DICE-RS and RECEO-VS – all of the sudden we have two new fire service tactical acronyms out there to challenge RECEO-VS. Some will say we have no reason to change. Which one is correct, which one isn’t?
It’s an interesting, fun and challenging time to be an instructor or training officer in the fire service. There are so many “system overloads” going on right now with new tactical, safety, operational and cultural informational resources that seem to appear everywhere.