Brian has 24 years experience having worked on both engines and ladder companies assigned to 7 engines and 4 trucks during his career at a busy urban department.
First due initial actions and decision making, engine doing truck work, undermanned company arriving first due, construction and models, basement fires and top floor jobs and target hazard buildings and vehicles will be just a few topics.
Bringing the hood, the fireground and the kitchen table to the audience is effective and provides realistic useful information benefiting those from the probie to the Chief.
Delivery of original and relevant information is key 🔑 Suggesting additional and alternative tactics that apply to the real world fire ground is ethical, as opposed to “blowing smoke up their ass” blasting them w repetitive safety statements and shit they already know OR that’s not relevant to where they work..
Copying and pasting posts, text from books solely as a program or “speaking from experience” about shit you ain’t done is fraudulent. Firemen will sniff that shit out like a careless cooking or a DOA in a vacant.