IFSTA Structural Fire Fighting Initial Response Strategy & Tactics provides fire personnel with the knowledge needed to deploy resources in the first 10 minutes of any structural fire incident. The manual is designed to help the reader develop a logical decision-making process for determining incident priorities, strategies, and tactics regardless of the available resources or configuration of the emergency services organization. The manual includes scenarios for residential, commercial, and special hazard incidents with recommended best practices and considerations. Training officers can use these scenarios, modified to local resources and realities, to develop classroom discussions or field simulations. Each chapter of the manual contains learning objectives, key terms, and review questions to assist the reader in understanding the material. 1st Edition (2010). 416 pages.
IFSTA (International Fire Service Training Association) is an association of fire service personnel who are dedicated to upgrading fire fighting techniques and safety through training. Fire Protection Publications (FPP) is a division within Oklahoma State University and the world's leading publisher of training materials for the fire and emergency services. FPP serves as the headquarters for the International Fire Service Training Association (IFSTA).
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