Realistic Coordinated Fire Attack DVD

$49.00

In this live presentation, Chief Jim Silvernail discusses fire attack. He delves into size-up, identifying/prioritizing function, and circumstantial implementation. No two fires are the same, so the terms “never” and “always” should be avoided. Chief Silvernail helps to instill the skills and knowledge to make appropriate decisions to get the job done and stay safe in the process.

Chief Silvernail talks about critical fireground principles such as risked based management and discusses the ideal fire attack situation, versus what most fire departments must deal with due to their response capabilities.

Jim Silvernail is the Fire Chief of the Kirkwood Fire Department of St. Louis County, MO and is a graduate of the National Fire Academy EFO Program and is international accredited as a “Chief Fire Officer” (CPSE). He is the author of Suburban Fire Tactics (Fire Engineering Books and Videos, 2013) and the co-author of Suburban Fire Tactics from the Right Seat video (Fire Engineering Books and Videos, 2016). Jim has over 24 years of operational experience and was a lead instructor at the St. Louis County Fire Academy, specializing in truck company operations. He also served as a member of MO-TF 1 (a FEMA Urban Search & Rescue team), serving as a Planning Team Manager.

 

 

1 Hour 25 minutes

In this live presentation, Chief Jim Silvernail discusses fire attack. He delves into size-up, identifying/prioritizing function, and circumstantial implementation. No two fires are the same, so the terms “never” and “always” should be avoided. Chief Silvernail helps to instill the skills and knowledge to make appropriate decisions to get the job done and stay safe in the process.

Chief Silvernail talks about critical fireground principles such as risked based management and discusses the ideal fire attack situation, versus what most fire departments must deal with due to their response capabilities.

Jim Silvernail is the Fire Chief of the Kirkwood Fire Department of St. Louis County, MO and is a graduate of the National Fire Academy EFO Program and is international accredited as a “Chief Fire Officer” (CPSE). He is the author of Suburban Fire Tactics (Fire Engineering Books and Videos, 2013) and the co-author of Suburban Fire Tactics from the Right Seat video (Fire Engineering Books and Videos, 2016). Jim has over 24 years of operational experience and was a lead instructor at the St. Louis County Fire Academy, specializing in truck company operations. He also served as a member of MO-TF 1 (a FEMA Urban Search & Rescue team), serving as a Planning Team Manager.

 

1 Hour 25 minutes

 

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In this live presentation, Chief Jim Silvernail discusses fire attack. He delves into size-up, identifying/prioritizing function, and circumstantial implementation. No two fires are the same, so the terms “never” and “always” should be avoided. Chief Silvernail helps to instill the skills and knowledge to make appropriate decisions to get the job done and stay safe in the process.

Chief Silvernail talks about critical fireground principles such as risked based management and discusses the ideal fire attack situation, versus what most fire departments must deal with due to their response capabilities.

Jim Silvernail is the Fire Chief of the Kirkwood Fire Department of St. Louis County, MO and is a graduate of the National Fire Academy EFO Program and is international accredited as a “Chief Fire Officer” (CPSE). He is the author of Suburban Fire Tactics (Fire Engineering Books and Videos, 2013) and the co-author of Suburban Fire Tactics from the Right Seat video (Fire Engineering Books and Videos, 2016). Jim has over 24 years of operational experience and was a lead instructor at the St. Louis County Fire Academy, specializing in truck company operations. He also served as a member of MO-TF 1 (a FEMA Urban Search & Rescue team), serving as a Planning Team Manager.

 

 

1 Hour 25 minutes

In this live presentation, Chief Jim Silvernail discusses fire attack. He delves into size-up, identifying/prioritizing function, and circumstantial implementation. No two fires are the same, so the terms “never” and “always” should be avoided. Chief Silvernail helps to instill the skills and knowledge to make appropriate decisions to get the job done and stay safe in the process.

Chief Silvernail talks about critical fireground principles such as risked based management and discusses the ideal fire attack situation, versus what most fire departments must deal with due to their response capabilities.

Jim Silvernail is the Fire Chief of the Kirkwood Fire Department of St. Louis County, MO and is a graduate of the National Fire Academy EFO Program and is international accredited as a “Chief Fire Officer” (CPSE). He is the author of Suburban Fire Tactics (Fire Engineering Books and Videos, 2013) and the co-author of Suburban Fire Tactics from the Right Seat video (Fire Engineering Books and Videos, 2016). Jim has over 24 years of operational experience and was a lead instructor at the St. Louis County Fire Academy, specializing in truck company operations. He also served as a member of MO-TF 1 (a FEMA Urban Search & Rescue team), serving as a Planning Team Manager.

 

1 Hour 25 minutes

 

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SKU: 9781593705640
Weight: 0.20 LBS