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FIREFIGHTER SAFETY

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FFS001 FIREFIGHTER SAFETY & SURVIVAL THE COMPANY OFFICER'S RESPONSIBILITY. Firefighter safety, Sandy Lee's story and Proud bird. Old #466
FFS007 ORDER OUT OF CHAOS You've got to manage the incident. No matter its size or type. You've got to use an Incident Command System. Order out of chaos is the program to help you understand & use ICS. With videotape of actual Incident Command strategies in place & insight & instruction from progressive users of ICS, you'll be able to put the fundamental elements of ICS into pratice. NOTE: Tape is replaced by In Command: The Evolution of the Command System tape. Old #130
FFS009 GETTING OUT ALIVE The program focuses on creating and testing the emergency evacuation plan. Old #129
FFS010 TAKING CARE OF NUMBER ONE Stress management and physical fitness for firefighters. Old #716
FFS012 HIGHWAY SAFETY FOR EMERGENCY SERVICE This video includes interview with responders who were involved in a fatal highway response incident. With the help of Jack Sullivan, VFIS/ESECG introduces the "Ten Cones of Highway Incident Safety." Important safety items addressed include: The need for advanced warning; Apparatus positioning & placement; Pros & cons of shutting down roadways; Multi-agency communication, training & coordination ; Scene lighting; Limiting time, personnel & apparatus on the scene; Better use of police department for traffic control; Retro-reflective & florescent personal protective equipment; & Innovative fire apparatus safety features.
FFS013 HIGHWAY SAFETY FOR EMERGENCY SERVICES This video includes interview with responders who were involved in a fatal highway response incident. With the help of Jack Sullivan, VFIS/ESECG introduces the "Ten Cones of Highway Incident Safety." Important safety items addressed include: The need for advanced warning; Apparatus positioning & placement; Pros & cons of shutting down roadways; Multi-agency communication, training & coordination ; Scene lighting; Limiting time, personnel & apparatus on the scene; Better use of police department for traffic control; Retro-reflective & florescent personal protective equipment; & Innovative fire apparatus safety features.
FFS014 FIREFIGHTER ACCOUNTABILITY Informative overview of fireground accountability and the use of the Passport System.
FFS015 FIRE FIGHTER FATALITY/INJURY REPORTS & OTHER RELATED PUBLICATIONS
FFS016 FIRE FIGHTER FATALITY/INJURY REPORTS & OTHER RELATED PUBLICATIONS
FFS017 RAPID INTERVENTION TEAMS (RIT) RIT Class at 2003 State Fire School
FFS018 AND THE BEAT GOES ON Firefighters who died in the line of duty may have led heroic lives, but so many did not lose their lives heroically. Often times all-too-common mistakes are to blame for fatalities that suddenly leave families without their loved one. In this video Deputy Chief Billy Goldfeder, Fire engineering contributing editior, executive advisory board member, and longtime FDIC speaker, rallies the troops to fight smarter and safer by refusing to make common mistakes that can have fatal consequences: failing to wear a seatbelt, enterin unstable buildings where there is no human life at risk, failing to drive safely, ffailing to wear SCBA and all protective gear at every call, and so much more. Goldfeder challenges cheifs to make sure everyone goes home, and reminds firefighters why they must avoid unnecessary risks: the family and friends left behind when they are gone!
FFS019 TO HELL AND BACK Introducing To Hell and Back, An Educational Program on the Reality of Burn Injury. This award winning documentary was created by VideoIndiana, Inc. Utilizing a diverse team of national experts from the fire service, the People's Burn Foundation created a national training program for firefighters and EMS. The program utilizes the real life experiences of four burn survivors to teach, train, and change behaviors of firefighters and emergency medical service personnel.
FFS020 SCBA SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Lieuteanant Bob Pressler Lends his experience and expertise to help you maintain the safe operation of your SCBA, the lifeline in the fire service. The video includes instructional footage on donning and doffing procedures, handling equipment emergencies, hazard avoidance, and techniques to use in the event of an emergency .
FFS021 Firefighter Survival Techniques From Prevention to Intervention Firefighter Survival Techniques covers firefighter survival by implementation of proper tactics in unison with proper staffing. In this DVD Frank Ricci and a select group of instructors from departments of all sizes will cover topics including: flashoiver, truss collapse, size-up, air management. In addition, Firefighter Survival Techniques touches on self-rescue techniques, bail out kits, and filter technology, as well as low profile and wall breaching. This program will explore giving and receiving the mayday, firefighter packaging, the Denver drill and more.
FFS022 1139 RESCUING THE RESUER CURRICULUM PACKAGE REVISION 2
FFS023 WELLNESS WEDNESDAYS
FFS024 TO HELL & BACK: CYANIDE POISONING Whether cyanide exposure is cumulative or instant and deadly, it is largely preventable and in many cases treatable. Appropriate recognition of the signs and symptoms of canide toxicity, as well as a comprehensive understanding of treatment and antidotes, is the educational mission of the Cyanide Poisoning Treatment Coalition(CPTC). The objective of this program is to introduce this deadly toxin to the fire service to inevitably destroy its power by changing complacent behavior on the fire ground.
FFS025 TO HELL AND BACK: CYANIDE POISONING Whether cyanide exposure is cumulative or instant and deadly, it is largely preventable and in many cases treatable. Appropriate recognition of the signs and symptoms of canide toxicity, as well as a comprehensive understanding of treatment and antidotes, is the educational mission of the Cyanide Poisoning Treatment Coalition(CPTC). The objective of this program is to introduce this deadly toxin to the fire service to inevitably destroy its power by changing complacent behavior on the fire ground.
FFS026 FIREFIGHTER SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES In the spirit of Tom Brennan' Random Toughts and Fire Engineering's "Training Minutes," Firefighter Survival Techniques covers firefighter survival by the implementatuin of proper tactics in unison with proper staffing. In this DVD Frank Ricci and a select group of instructors from departments of all sizes will cover topics including: flashover; truss collapse; size-up; air management. In addition, Firefighter Survival Techniques touches on self-rescue techniques, bail out kits, and filter technology, as well as low profile and wall breaching. This program will explore giving and receiving the mayday, firefighter packaging, the Denver drill and more.
FFS027 SCBA SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Lieutenant Bob Pressler lends his experience and expertise to help you maintain the safe operation of you SCBA, the lifeline in the fire service. The video includes instructional footage on donning and doffing procedures, handling equipment emergencies, hazard avoidance, and techniques to use in the event of an emergency.
FFS028 SCBA SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PROCURES Lieuteanant Bob Pressler Lends his experience and expertise to help you maintain the safe operation of your SCBA, the lifeline in the fire service. The video includes instructional footage on donning and doffing procedures, handling equipment emergencies, hazard avoidance, and techniques to use in the event of an emergency .
FFS029 MANAGE TO SURVIVE: TRAFFICE INCIDENT MANGAMENT FOR FIRST RESPONDERS The program discusses the National Unified Goal for traffic Incident Management (TIM), as well as defining some of the terminology and procedures that have been developed through interagency and interdisciplinary cooperation, nationwide. Most of all, it is designed to help our fire and emergency service providers save lives and to do so safely.
FFS030 MANAGE TO SURVIVE: TRAFFICE INCIDENT MANAGEMENT FOR FIRST RESPONDERS The program discusses the National Unified Goal for traffic Incident Management (TIM), as well as defining some of the terminology and procedures that have been developed through interagency and interdisciplinary cooperation, nationwide. Most of all, it is designed to help our fire and emergency service providers save lives and to do so safely.
FFS031 MANAGE TO SURVIVE: TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT FOR FIRST RESPONDERS The program discusses the National Unified Goal for traffic Incident Management (TIM), as well as defining some of the terminology and procedures that have been developed through interagency and interdisciplinary cooperation, nationwide. Most of all, it is designed to help our fire and emergency service providers save lives and to do so safely.