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IFW Sought Further Ammonium Nitrate Research in 2014
2-Alarm Warehouse Fire Reported in Kentucky

Only Laziness Lasts Forever

As technological advancements have emerged to make our fire world safer and lower risk to manage emergency incidents, it’s easy to numb our human senses that tell us danger is near.

July 1, 2019

Return the Conquering Hero

Thirty-six hours into the Deer Park fire, the call went out to Dwight Williams who, in turn, brought on board Chris Ferrara of US Fire Pump. Together they mustered a team of exceptional firefighters both young and, uh, mature to tackle the terminal fire.

April 1, 2019

Grasping the Slippery Truth

Long range environmental concerns threaten to torpedo the use of fluorinated surfactants in Class B firefighting foam.

January 1, 2019

An Extinguished Flame

It’s hard to believe that any facility as akin to fire and fury as the Beaumont Emergency Safety Training complex could fade away more gently.

January 1, 2018

Rapid Intervention Teams

A RIT team is meant to render immediate aid to the people who have a chance to affect the outcome of the transpiring emergency.

October 1, 2016

Appropriate Behavior

Stop and ask if you are using the most relevant practices and the best tools at your disposal.

April 1, 2016

How to Position Fixed Monitors

The most common failures involving the placement of fixed monitor nozzles is when the two basic implied conditions in this standard are overlooked, i.e., each monitor nozzle must have a clear path to the protected object and that the monitor is placed close enough for the discharging water to reach the object with enough authority to protect it.

January 1, 2015