Street Smart Firefighting: The Common Sense Guide to Firefighter Safety and Survival

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ISBN: 9781496049551

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Street Smart Firefighting: The Common Sense Guide to Firefighter Safety and Survival

Overview

An exciting new approach to improve your fireground operations.  Uses real incidents, from fire departments around the country Filled with many understandable and sometimes amusing short stories and examples that will help you learn.  All the stories, people, and examples are real and come from fire departments around the country. More »

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ISBN: 9781496049551

An exciting new approach to improve your fireground operations. 

  • Uses real incidents, from fire departments around the country
  • Filled with many understandable and sometimes amusing short stories and examples that will help you learn.  All the stories, people, and examples are real and come from fire departments around the country.
  • Helps you to achieve safe, successful and predictable operations.
  • Fun to read, a book that you can't put down.

"This is an immensely useful guide, filled with new ideas you can use.  The advice is sound, insightful, and can be used by rookie firefighters, experienced chiefs, and everybody in between... a good, easy read." - Francis L. Brannigan SFPE (fellow) Author of Building Construction for the Fire Service

"Excellent.  The content is great and the real life experiences are extremely valuable." - J. Gordon Routley, Fire Service Consultant

"This isn't just big city stuff, there is a wealth of information for the small town volunteer.  This book is a must read for all firefighters." - William (Sonny) Mullikin, Woodstock Volunteer Fire Department

"A tremendous book, that uses a down to earth, logical, and fresh approach to ensure that all our members return to the station every time." - Dennis L. Rubin, Fire Chief, Atlanta, Georgia

About the Author

Robert C. Bingham, a 31 year veteran of the fire service, is a fire training specialist and consults with fire departments investigating firefighter fatalities. He formerly was a deputy chief in the District of Columbia Fire Department, where he served as a command officer for 15 years and implemented standard operating procedures for structure fires and the Incident Command System in Washington D. C. He has authored many articles on fire fighting procedures. He has taught at the National Fire Academy and as an instructor and course developer for the University of the District of Columbia Fire Science program. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland, University College, at College Park Maryland.
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