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Firefighting Strategies and Tactics

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9781418048938

ISBN10:
1418048933
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
8/17/2007
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning
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Summary

This comprehensive text is an ideal building block for aspiring fire officers and an essential review for experienced command officers. Incident command requires background knowledge and application skills in all phases of strategy and tactics - knowing what needs to be done as well as the how it is going to be accomplished. An important element of this book is the use of case studies based on actual incidents to show the applications of the theories to real world situations. The authors' myriad experiences in all phases of the operational fire service are included to detail the command operations from the company level to major alarms. The book uses a clear, systematic approach correlating with the course objectives of Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education enabling it to be used by all levels of fire fighters and fire officers.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Fire Dynamics
Extinguishing Agents
Incident Management Systems
Command and Control Considerations
Firefighter Safety
Company Operations
Built-In Fire Protection
After the Incident
One and Two Family Dwellings
Mobile Homes
Multi-Family Dwellings
Commercial Occupancies
Places of Assembly
High Rise Buildings
Vehicle Fires
Wildfires
Special Fires
Applying the Concepts
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