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We have added several new articles and federal reports in our members section. Login to the members area and click on “Training Articles” to review this new material:
~ The DHS 2009 National Infrastructure Protection Plan
~ Information on the New DHS/FEMA National Exercise Simulation Center
~ Post Katrina and Rita Federal Housing Disaster [...]
Working Apartment Fire, Are you ready to take command?
Incident Command Simulator User Interface
FullyInvolvedFire.com is the Home of the Online Incident Command Simulator. Theses Online Incident Command Simulators are designed to teach firefighters the basic skills of command and control.
Our structure fire simulators allow you to arrive on scene and immediatly preform your 360 around the structure fire. You then enter your fire size-up and assume the role of incident commander.
As you engine companies and truck companies arrive at the working fire it is your job to assign all tasks. You come up with the tactcs and stratagies and command the fire. Your decisions will have a direct impact on the fire and the incident.
You also must use the incident command simulator accountability board to track all of your fire resources on scene at the working fire.
This is the perfect training for anyone looking to bruch up on command skills for protions, drivers ready to make the move to “the seat”, or any fireifhgter or fire service crew. Take the challenge. Bridge the training gap. Do you have what it takes to be the Incident Commander?
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Heavy Fire venting from side "A" just after front windows were broken out.
In a traggic fire at the Sofa Super Store nine Charleston firefighters lost their lives. There has been tremendous contrevery around the events. The first reports to come out were the NIOSh preliminary report and the City of Charleston Phase One and Two reports. All of these reports indicated serious defencies in several areas including Incident Command, Comms, and Accountability.
On February 12th, 2009 NIOSH released the final report for this incidnet. In this report there are 43 recommendations for the Charleston Fire Department and the Fire Service.
To view the full report login to www.FullyInvolvedFire.com. Also available is complete computer recreation of the incident. Over 45 minutes of video recreating the actions of the various companies, and the fire conditions. Please review this incident. Learn from yesterday and do your part to make a safer tomorrow!
Incident Computer Recreation
available at www.FullyInvolvedFire.com
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