The session “Training Beyond Hooks and Hoses” asks the question, “Are you training on policy?” Why is this an important question? Training on policy is an important part of organizational excellence because it helps ensure that members of our agencies are meeting organizational expectations.
Is firefighting a white- or blue-collar occupation? This is a timely and important question for fire instructors to consider because, depending on whom and how they respond.
The ISFSI is proud to partner with Pennwell to offer a unique opportunity to one deserving instructor. ISFSI and Pennwell are dedicated to the professional development of instructors around the world and this opportunity is offered to elevate the level of experience for an emerging instructor.
Following the mayday at the Channing Way fire last fall, the Berkeley Fire Department identified a number of factors that contributed to both the near-miss, but also factors that possibly saved a firefighter’s life once he was in a bad situation. The forward thinking department partnered with EVALS
ISFSI at FDIC 2017. Booth #10086