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NTSB Task Force Report A-14-60 - Staffing for an Effective Interior Attack Part 1
NTSB Task Force Report A-14-60 - Staffing for an Effective Interior Attack Part 1
Jack Kreckie, Chief of Operations for ARFF Professional Services, reviewed the NTSB Task Force A-14-60 report. The report focused on the development of a minimum aircraft rescue and firefighting staffing level that would allow exterior firefighting, rapid entry into an airplane to perform interior firefighting and rescue of passengers and crew members. Part 1 of 2. Filmed at the ARFF Working Group Annual Conference.
 
Related Document(s):  Staffing for an Effective Interior Attack
 
Duration: 22 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1703-1810
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NTSB Task Force Report A-14-60 - Staffing for an Effective Interior Attack Part 2
NTSB Task Force Report A-14-60 - Staffing for an Effective Interior Attack Part 2
Jack Kreckie, Chief of Operations for ARFF Professional Services, continued his discussion on the NTSB Task Force A-14-60 report. He reviewed videos of the different tactical exercises taken of each staffing scenario. Part 2 of 2. Filmed at the ARFF Working Group Annual Conference.
 
Duration: 39 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1703-1810
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Decision Making On A Burning Platform
Decision Making On A Burning Platform
Lars Andersen, Fire Chief for the Royal Danish Air Force, reviewed the project that his fire department launched earlier this year. His intention was to strengthen the incident commander’s ability to act in complex and chaotic situations. They were taught new theories to help their reflection. Their second goal was to develop new kinds of incident reports. The new incident reports should reflect the thoughts and considerations of the incident commanders during the operations. This presentation will be about the process, the results and the knowledge that was generated from the new incident reports. Filmed at the ARFF Working Group Annual Conference.
 
Related Document(s):  Decision Making On A Burning Platform
 
Duration: 32 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1702-1810
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