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Fire Engineering Newsletter | October 30, 2014

Talk with Al Schlick of the International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI) on "The Training Office," the official radio program of the ISFSI. CLICK HERE to listen or participate at 7:30 p.m. Eastern time. Sponsored by Grainger.—Pete Prochilo, Online Editor
NEWS
Equipment Focus of Probe into CT Firefighter Death
Investigators working to determine how Hartford firefighter Kevin Bell died in a house fire last month have turned some of their attention to his breathing apparatus.
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New Orleans Firefighter Dies During Training
A veteran New Orleans fire captain died recently while training in New Mexico.
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FEATURES
Kettlebell Training for Firefighters
Dan Kerrigan offers this in-depth look at the fitness benefits of adding Russian kettlebells to firefighter training programs.
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Humpday Hangout: ISFSI
Fire Engineering Editor in Chief Bobby Halton talks firefighter training with Steve Pegram and Chad Hoefle of the International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI).
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Engine House Training
The Engine House Training guys and guest Larry Schultz talk training and other fire service issues. Listen to an archive of last night's radio show, sponsored by Grainger.
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ADVERTORIAL
New Streamlight Survivor Low-Profile, Right-Angle Flashlight
The NEW Streamlight Low-Profile Survivor is one inch thinner at the bezel, reducing interference with gear and equipment. New optics include interchangeable Smoke Cutter plugs or black for tighter beam and amber for smoke-cutting beam. The redesigned clip/D-ring assembly makes the light lay flatter than prior versions.
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Hale Qmax-XS
Hale’s Qmax-XS pump’s high water delivery rate to knock down large fires; proven reliability based on the impressive track record of the Qmax pump; and small, innovative design give your department all that it is looking for in a pump.
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FiroVac Vacuum Tankers
Vacuum tankers have been a proven concept for 29 years. Deliver more water with fewer personnel and equipment. Tankers or tanker-pumpers are built to department requirements.
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Liberty Art Works
The bronze speaking trumpet is adorned with artwork to represent all members who have taken the oath to protect life and property. Two traditional leather helmets on the side secure the ornate hand-braided tassel. It is mounted on a walnut base and includes a brass plate of engraving.
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Dog Paw Crib Block
Give your Junkyard Dog Industries Sidewinder and rescue struts a boost with the new Dog Paw Crib Block.
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Whelen
Whelen is reshaping the future of emergency warning lights, proudly designed, manufactured, and assembled in the U.S.A.
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BLOGS
How to Cure Zombie Management
Micromanaging fire officers may drain the brains of our firefighters, Billy Schmidt writes.
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Farewell, Harvey
David Rhodes pays tribute to the late Harvey Eisner of Firehouse.
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FDIC
Collapse
In this new Roll Call Tips video, Paul Dansbach discusses collapse zones at emergency incidents.
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EVENTS
FDIC International
April 20-25, 2015
Indianapolis, IN
More Events!
Conferences and training calendar
 
 
 

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