GEN: General

 

Library IDTitleComments
GEN001FIRE RESPONSEADULTS This video includes: When to sound the alarm, when to extinguish a fire and when to evacuate.
GEN002FIRE POWERFire power is an accurate film documentation of what happens as fire develops & spreads throughout a house. The film shows the power & speed of an uncontrolled fire. The objectives of this film are (1) to motivate the audience to view fire as a serious threat & (2) to focus the attention of the audience on the need for smoke detectors, escape plans & immediate evacuation in the event of a fire. The film also highlights the effectiveness of residential sprinklers in controlling fire & minimizing damage.
GEN003FIRE COMMAND IN ACTIONAfter viewing this video the firefighter will be able to summarize the fire command system emphasizing the three basic fireground priorities – rescue, fire control and property conservation – and safety.
GEN004INSPECTION AND TESTING OF FIRE ALARM SYSTEMSThis DVD includes: Describes the basic principles of automatic fire alarm systems; Explains what to look for in weekly, monthly, semi-annual and annual inspections; Outlines precautions to take before testing the system; Demonstrates testing procedures for detection devices, alarm notifiers and manual pull stations; Shows how to conduct tests that duplicate or simulate a fire emergency; Prepares personnel to manage inspection and testing procedures
GEN005CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESSPart 1: Recognition & survival describes critical incident stress, the conditions that produce critical incident stress, the warning signs or symptoms, & the effects of untreated stress. Part 2: Management’s strategy role defines critical incident stress, describes the effects of critical incident stress on individual personnel & the department , explains how to recognize the warning signs, demonstrates supervisory techniques for minimizing stress & reducing the effects of critical incident stress, & explains how to set up a stress debriefing program.
GEN007A CRITICAL DIFFERENCEThis program presents the views of 4 public officials: Alan Brunacini, Chief, City of Phoenix (Arizona) Fire Dept.; Vicki Santuro, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Philip Sunderlund, City Attorney, Alexandria, Virginia; & Rep. John Moran, U.S. House of Representatives (Virginia). Each expresses a different view on the importance of preparing for hazardous materials incidents by training & equipping emergency response personnel: ensuring an adequate response capability, complying with federal & local laws, avoiding liability for failure to prepare & train, & responding to the expectations of citizens.
GEN008EMERGENCY RESPONSE: YOUR RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIESThis video includes: Planning for an emergency, your right to training, your right to medical surveillance, personal protective equipment, right-to-know laws, enforcement, the firefighter rule, your right to refuse work, and your responsibilities.
GEN009FIRE..IN THE WORKPLACEDesigned to assist fire departments with public education and group training programs, this video shows employees how to guard against the three main causes of workplace fires.
GEN010FIRE POWERFire power is an accurate film documentation of what happens as fire developes & spreads throughout a house. The film shows the power & speed of an uncontrolled fire. The objectives of this film are (1) to motivate the audience to view fire as a serious threat & (2) to focus the attention of the audience on the need for smoke detectors, escape plans & immediate evacuation in the event of a fire, The film also highlights the effectiveness of residential sprinklers in controlling fire & minimizing damage.
GEN011FIRES DON’T WAIT, NEITHER SHOULD YOU
GEN017FIREFIGHTERS: BROTHERS IN BATTLEBrothers in battle shows what it means to be a firefighter in today’s world. From the nightmarish daily battles with arson, including startling footage of the infamous Happy Land Social Club mass-murder, to a desperate rescue attempt after a terrifying plane crash in the freezing waters of the Atlantic, the only constant in their work is danger. Witness the selfless heroism, the split-second decisions, & the supreme sacrifices made by these real-life heroes.
GEN018IMPLEMENTING AN ALTERNATE WATER SUPPLY PROGRAMA Key component for investing in alternate water supply programs involves an improvement in the Insurance Services Office(ISO) rating for a community. This program discusses the impact on a community when a fire department applies to improve their rating. Also included are chapters on identifying water supply sites and modifying those sites to ensure water availability throughout the changing seasons, training within the fire department and among mutual aid departments to develop a strong, uninterrupted flow of water to the incident, and adapting plans for rural communities and those undergoing change. Included in this broadcast are case studies and an overview segment that can be used to initiate discussions about alternate water supply programs within a community.
GEN019FIREFIGHTERS: IN THE HEAT OF THE BLAZEA desperate attempt to free colleagues trapped beneath a collapsed roof. The rescue of a robbery victim stuffed into an air duct. The daily struggles of big-city firefighting are shown here like never before, as we venture into the flames with Chicago Fire Department. In the heat of the blaze also takes a chilling look at the Chernobyl tragedy, where a small band of Russian firefighters managed to contain a nuclear meltdown, despite fatal levels of radiation which killed every member of the team but one.
GEN020FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: ON THE SPOT KNOW-HOWFirefighters use demonstrations and illustrative graphics to teach viewers how to choose and use the right model of a portable fire extinguisher, installation and upkeep.
GEN022RESPONSE TO ANTHRAX THREATSAnthrax threats are becoming more common as a means to disrupt activities. Although most anthrax threats prove to be hoaxes, it is important for emergency responders to know how to measure their response to meet the threat. This information -packed program discusses the most common types of anthrax threats and outlines appropriate response procedures for each. Topics covered include: Symptoms pf anthrax exposure, Notifying the FBI, Guidelines for calling the fire departments & hazmat team use of hazmat protocols, Managing evidence, Treating victims, Dealing with “worried well”, and Cleanup.
GEN026THE REAL CAUSES OF FIRE ARE MEN, WOMEN & CHILDRENThis video tape deals with the fact that most fires in the home are caused by men, women, and children. It stresses planning ways to get out and uses real scenes as demonstrations.
GEN027THE REAL CAUSES OF FIRE ARE MEN, WOMEN & CHILDRENThis videotape deals with the fact that most fires in the home are caused by men, women, and children. It stresses planning ways to get out and uses real scenes as demonstrations.
GEN029HIDDEN DANGERS: OXYGEN REGULATOR FIRESThis video teaches: brass vs aluminum regulators, the causes of ignition in an oxygen regulators, and shows how to safety use and handle oxygen regulators.
GEN031UNITED WE STANDA tribute to the heroes involved in the September 11, 2001 Tragedy.
GEN032BROTHERS….HOLY GROUNDShortly after noon on September 11th, retired FDNY Firefighter and independent film-maker Mike Lennon arrived at the site of the World Trade Center. After two hellish weeks of digging for survivors, he grabbed his camera to begin filming and interviewing at nearly every firehouse that had lost men. Eleven months later Brother…Holy Ground,a documentary about the Firemen of Sept. 11th is here. It is a film that intimately reveals the hidden agony and unbridled pride that lies behind the doors of each city firehouse.
GEN036FIRE KILLThis video includes: looking into the work of the firefighter, what happens inside a burning structure, the deadly smoke and protective gear.
GEN040LOCOMOTIVE EMERGENCY RESPONSE OPERATIONSThis CD includes: approaching the site, entering the locomotive, flagging oncoming trains, and much more.
GEN041LOCOMOTIVE EMERGENCY RESPONSE OPERATIONSThis CD includes: approaching the site, entering the locomotive, flagging oncoming trains, and much more.
GEN042ICS TRAINING
GEN043INCIDENT COMMAND – BASIC ICSPower point presentation – incident command
GEN044ISC 100: STUDENT MANUALIncident command system 100 – student manual
GEN045ICS100 & ISC 200Class room for classes ICS 100 & ICS 200. Also included Q300/400 State offered courses
GEN046GAS UTILITIESThis video includes: a fundamental approach for members and locate and/or control natural gas utilities in an emergency.
GEN047ICS FOR SMALL DEPARTMENTSPowerpoint program for ICS for small departments
GEN048ICS – 300 & ICS – 400ICS- 300: Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents . ICS – 400: Advanced ICS for Command & General Staff, Complex Incidents and MACS
GEN049INTO THE FIREFrom big city engine companies to small town volunteer fire departments this film takes you on an emotional journey that will forever change the way you think about firefighters.
GEN050THE FIRST RESPONDER’S ROLE IN FIRE INVESTIGATIONThis important program is designed to teach first responders, including fire, police, and EMS, how to make critical observations and take important scene preservation actions at the scene of a fire. The observations and actions of First Responders are crucial to the success of the subsequent fire investigation of an incident.
GEN051THE FIRST RESPONDER’S ROLE IN FIRE INVESTIGATIONThis important program is designed to teach first responders, including fire, police, and EMS, how to make critical observations and take important scene preservation actions at the scene of a fire. The observations and actions of First Responders are crucial to the success of the subsequent fire investigation of an incident.
GEN052THE FIRST RESPONDER’S ROLE IN FIRE INVESTIGATIONThis important program is designed to teach first responders, including fire, police, and EMS, how to make critical observations and take important scene preservation actions at the scene of a fire. The observations and actions of First Responders are crucial to the success of the subsequent fire investigation of an incident.
GEN053FIRE CORPS – CITIZENS HELPING FIRE & EMSA program designed to increase the capacity of fire and EMS departments across the nation through the use of citizen advocates. This video introduces Fire Corps as well as the many roles citizens can fulfill to support their local fire and emergency service departments
GEN054FIRE CORPS – ACHIEVE MORE WITH FIRE CORPSA program designed to increase the capacity of fire and EMS departments across the nation through the use of citizen advocates. This video introduces fire and emergency service departments of all kinds (career, volunteer, and combination) to the Fire Corps program and how it can help them to achieve more by inviting members of their community to assist in non-emergency roles.
GEN055ENERGY IMPACT SYMPOSIUM: ENVIRONMENTAL & WORKFORCE IMPACTS; EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & RESPONSE
GEN056SAFETY VIDEOS VOLUME 1This volume includes the following videos: Death in the Oilfield; Fire from Ice; Emergency in Apex; Anatomy of a Disaster; Reactive Hazards; Public Worker Safety; Explosion at Formosa Plastics(Illinois); Harzards of Nitrogen Asphyxiation; Fire at Formosa Plastics (Texas); Ethylene Oxide Explosion at Sterigencis; Dangers of Flammable Gas Accumulation; Preventing Harm from NaHS; Fire in the Valley; Deadly Practices; No Escape: Dangers of Confined Spaces; Dangers of Hot Work; No Place to Hang Out; Inferno: Explosion at Imperial Sugar; Runaway: Explosion at T2 Laboratories; Combustible Dust:  Half an Hour to tragedy; Blast Wave in Danvers; & About the CSB