- Family Fire Safety. // Scholastic News -- Edition 2 (Teacher's Edition);Oct2002, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p7
Presents a family fire safety reminder for homes.
- The readers comment ... // Fire Engineering;Dec99, Vol. 152 Issue 12, p18
Presents several comments on issues related to fire services around the world. Includes a debate in Australia about using elevators to evacuate people with disabilities; Comparison of effectiveness between a 1/2 and 1 3/4-inch hose; Proper use of positive-pressure ventilation in ensuring fire...
- PRECONNECTS, PART 2: HOSE LOADS. Gustin, Bill // Fire Engineering;May2002, Vol. 155 Issue 5, p69
Examines the effectiveness of selecting a preconnect hoseloads. Types of hoseloads; Advancement of fire management; Emphasis of the cardinal rule for preconnects.
- FIRE 21. // Fire Management Today;Fall2001, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p5
Focuses on the Federal Fire policy of fire management. Achievement on ecosystem sustainability; List of projected fire management on Fire 21; Meaning of Fire 21 symbol.
- PROTECTING COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE NATIONAL FIRE PLAN. Rains, Michael T.; Hubbard, Jim // Fire Management Today;Spring2002, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p4
Reports the development of the National Fire Plan report aimed at reducing the impacts of fires on rural communities in the U.S. Promotion of fire management planning; Maintenance of a cost-effective level of preparedness on firefighting; Improvement in the sustainability of forests and...
- Monitoring radio traffic: Should your unit be responding to a more urgent call? Cavallari, Bruce // Fire Engineering;Dec98, Vol. 151 Issue 12, p81
Focuses on electrical residential fire management in Palm Beach County, Florida. Structure fire scenario; Perspectives of response and scene management; Importance of radio traffic awareness; Change in tactic from aggressive mode to conservative mode.
- 50 YEARS OF SERVICE: THE MISSOULA FIRE SCIENCES LABORATORY. Smith, Jane Kapler; Smith, Diane; Hardy, Colin // Fire Management Today;Summer2011, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p24
The article features the 50-year-old Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory, whose mission has been the improvement of scientific understanding of wildland fire for its safe and effective management. Photographs show the 66-foot-high building housing the combustion chamber, and the fire laboratory's...
- The Value of Research to Fire-Rescue Officers. Granito, John // International Fire Service Journal of Leadership & Management;2016, Vol. 10, p7
The article discusses the value of research in the areas of fire management and leadership and mentions topics including contribution of research into professionalization and better public protection, economic and social issues faced by fire organizations, and community-service delivery.
- JUST CULTURE PART 2: UNDERSTANDING WHY ACCIDENTS HAPPEN. Holdsambeck, Steve // Fire Management Today;Winter2011, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p23
The article focuses on Just Culture, defined as an ethical system of accountability and safety management in fire management systems in the U.S. It discusses the concept of safety under the Forest Service Foundational Doctrine signed in 2006 by the Chief of the Forest Service. The quality of...