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NTSB Task Force A-14-59 Avoidance of Vehicle Victim Strike in the Mass Casualty Environment
NTSB Task Force A-14-59 Avoidance of Vehicle Victim Strike in the Mass Casualty Environment
Elizabeth Hendel, MS, AMF, assistant fire chief of the Phoenix Fire Department, reviews the recommendations on avoidance of vehicle victim strikes in the mass casualty environment. Filmed at the ARFF Working Group Annual Conference.
 
Related Document(s):  NTSB Task Force Report A-14-59 Avoidance of Vehicle Victim Strikes
 
Duration: 12 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1711-1812
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Confined Space Drill at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Confined Space Drill at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
John Wilson, assistant professor and chair from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University and Eric Kave, CEM, AMF, section chief at the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department, reviews the full scale exercise that occurred at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) in November 2017. The presenters discuss the planning and execution of such an involved drill and focus upon the findings from the execution of the rescues at both the Delta and Southwest airlines maintenance facilities with various personnel who have the potential to be involved during such an incident. Filmed at the ARFF working Group Annual Conference.
 
Related Document(s):  Confined Space Drill
 
Duration: 37 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1710-1812
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
NTSB Task Force Report A-14-58 - Use of High Reach Extendable Turret
NTSB Task Force Report A-14-58 - Use of High Reach Extendable Turret
Jack Kreckie, Chief of Operations for ARFF Professional Services, reviews the recommendations for the NTSB Task Force Report A-14-58 - Use of High Reach Extendable Turret. He also discussed how they collaborated with the Federal Aviation Administration and equipment manufacturers to develop and distribute more specific policies and guidance about when, how, and where to use the high-reach extendable turret’s unique capabilities. Filmed at the ARFF Working Group Annual Conference.
 
Related Document(s):  NTSB Task Force Report A-14-58 - Use of High Reach Extendable Turret
 
Duration: 34 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1709-1811
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Mutual Aid:  How Well Do You Know Your Partners?
Mutual Aid: How Well Do You Know Your Partners?
Russell Shoultz, MSN, CNP, assistant fire chief for the Combat Readiness Training Center Fire Department reviews ideas and concepts to assure emergency services organizations have a true interoperable mutual aid program. This program will introduce proven methods to strengthen your current mutual aid programs. Filmed at the ARFF Working Group Annual Conference.
 
Related Document(s):  Mutual Aid: How Well Do You Know Your Partners?
 
Duration: 49 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1708-1811
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
NTSB Task Force Report A-14-61 - Training Standards for Command Personnel
NTSB Task Force Report A-14-61 - Training Standards for Command Personnel
Jason Graber, battalion chief for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, reviews recommendations for the NTSB Task Force Report A-14-61 on training standards for command personnel. Filmed at the ARFF Working Group Annual Conference.
 
Related Document(s):  NTSB Task Force Report A-14-61 Training Standards for Command
 
Duration: 26 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1707-1811
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
ARFF Professional Designation Program - AMF/AFO Updates
ARFF Professional Designation Program - AMF/AFO Updates
AAAE and the ARFF Working Group updated the ARFF Designation programs that will enhance the knowledge and professionalism of ARFF personnel. The Airport Master Firefighter (A.M.F.) program is designed to provide ARFF personnel with a thorough knowledge of ARFF Operations and Airport Administration/Management, and to test in these areas to earn the A.M.F. designation. The Airport Fire Officer (A.F.O.) program is a professional research and assessment designation program designed specifically for high level leadership in the ARFF profession. Filmed at the ARFF Working Group Annual Conference.
 
Related Document(s):  ARFF Professional Designation Program
 
Duration: 21 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1706-1811
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Aircraft Firefighting Hazards, Pre-Planning and Training for Integrated Mutual Aid Response
Aircraft Firefighting Hazards, Pre-Planning and Training for Integrated Mutual Aid Response
Jacob McAfee, MS, CFO, CTO, MIFireE is the Fire Chief of the Fresno City College Fire Academy and Director of Fire Technology Programs. In this session, he will discuss basic military and civilian aircraft hazards and how they can change fire ground operations out of the airport environment. Additionally, he will discuss the development and critical components of aircraft pre-fire planning and how to integrate mutual aid partners in training and response. Filmed at the ARFF Working Group Annual Conference.
 
Related Document(s):  Aircraft Firefighting Hazards, Pre-Planning and Training for Integrated Mutual Aid Response
 
Duration: 40 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1705-1811
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
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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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
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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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
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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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
After the First 80 Seconds - Part 2
After the First 80 Seconds - Part 2
Robert Palestrant, District Chief for the Broward Sheriffs Office, concludes his discussion regarding the February 2017 mass shooting at Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport. Part 2. Filmed at the ARFF Working Group Annual Conference.
 
Duration: 32 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1700-1810
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
After the First 80 Seconds - Part 1
After the First 80 Seconds - Part 1
Robert Palestrant, District Chief for the Broward Sheriffs Office, reviewed the February 2017 mass shooting at Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport resulted in five fatalities as well as a complete evacuation of close to 12,000 people. Almost two dozen fully loaded aircraft remained on the tarmac, with up to 5,000 passengers and crews unable to disembark due to security concerns. The presentation focuses on the fire rescue response, lessons learned, and areas for improvement. Part 1. Filmed at the ARFF Working Group Annual Conference.
 
Related Document(s):  After the First 80 Seconds
 
Duration: 26 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1700-1810
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
2018 FAA Headquarter Updates
2018 FAA Headquarter Updates
Marc Tonnacliff is the ARFF Specialist for the Federal Aviation Administration. He reviewed the latest FAA updates that will impact the ARFF community at airports. He provided updates on specifications for ARFF vehicles, CCMIS analysis, FAA research, ARFF Staffing, FAA new hand signals, ACRP Projects and NTSB updates. Recorded at the ARFF Working Group annual conference.
 
Related Document(s):  FAA Headquarter Updates
 
Duration: 25 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1699-1810
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Keynote Speaker - Attempted Hijacking of FedEx 705 Part 2
Keynote Speaker - Attempted Hijacking of FedEx 705 Part 2
FedEx Captain Jim Tucker wraps up his account of the April 7, 1994 incident. Part 2 of 2. Recorded at the 2018 ARFF Working Annual Conference.
 
Duration: 20 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1698-1809
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Keynote Speaker - Attempted Hijacking of FedEx 705 Part 1
Keynote Speaker - Attempted Hijacking of FedEx 705 Part 1
FedEx Captain Jim Tucker never expected to roll a fully loaded DC-10. But on April 7, 1994, Tucker was attacked and critically wounded by a suicidal coworker who struck him and his two fellow pilots with a hammer in an attempt to crash their fully loaded jet. The attack took place on a sunny afternoon, a few minutes after a normal takeoff from FedEx’s home base at Memphis IAP. Even though partially paralyzed from a devastating blow that fractured his skull, Tucker abruptly rolled the 500,000-pound jet upside down to throw the attacker off balance. He rallied his seriously injured fellow pilots and together they began a desperate, 30-minute struggle to save themselves, their aircraft – and possibly FedEx itself. Part 1 of 2. Recorded at the 2018 ARFF Working Group Annual Conference.
 
Related Document(s):  Attempted Hijacking of FedEx 705
 
Duration: 39 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1698-1809
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
NFPA Updates
NFPA Updates
Ken Holland, Senior Emergency Services Specialist for the NFPA, gave a brief update on the status of several NFPA standards. He provided a basic understanding of where documents are in their process, and the new requirements or changes to existing requirements.
 
Related Document(s):  NFPA Updates
 
Duration: 34 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1694-1807
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
When is Training Not the Answer? Initiatives to Human Performance Increase Organizational Capacity
When is Training Not the Answer? Initiatives to Human Performance Increase Organizational Capacity
John Keith Wilson, Assistant Professor, and Rene Herron, Associate Professor, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Worldwide, examines employee performance improvement strategies from the human performance technologist perspective. Using Weldman’s Performance Pyramid as a model, factors that impact employee performance will be evaluated and strategies to improve organizational performance proposed. As is often the case, performance problems typically have more than one causal factor. Organizations that tend to focus the improvement intervention solely on training can waste valuable resources attempted to correct a performance symptom rather than root cause.
 
Related Document(s):  When is Training Not the Answer?
 
Duration: 39 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1693-1807
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Ground Game - Using FAA/NFPA to Address Staffing at Sea-Tac Airport
Ground Game - Using FAA/NFPA to Address Staffing at Sea-Tac Airport
Randy Krause, fire chief for the Port of Seattle, reviews his strategies on how they address staffing at Sea-Tac with executive leadership.
 
Related Document(s):  Using FAA/NFPA to Address Staffing at Sea-Tac Airport
 
Duration: 45 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1692-1807
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Development of an ARFF Training Center
Development of an ARFF Training Center
Tim Orthmeyer, ARFF and Public Safety Training Development Manager for Morrison-Maierle, reviews the process required to develop an ARFF training facility for use as a regional training center, or an individual training center at your own airport.
 
Related Document(s):  Development of an ARFF Training Center
 
Duration: 30 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1691-1807
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Helicopter Safety and Response Hazards in the Fire Service
Helicopter Safety and Response Hazards in the Fire Service
Kevin Murphy, Live Training Specialist for the Chicago Fire Department, reviews helicopter components, various types of helicopters, hazard areas, safe approach, hazards to personnel during ground operations, suppression and rescue.
 
Related Document(s):  Helicopter Safety and Response Hazards in the Fire Service
 
Duration: 45 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1690-1807
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
NTSB Task Force Report Part 2
NTSB Task Force Report Part 2
ARFF professionals conclude their presentation regarding the accident involving Asiana Flight 214 that occurred July 6, 2013 at San Francisco Int'l Airport. Part 2 of 2.
 
Duration: 23 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1689-1807
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
NTSB Task Force Report Part 1
NTSB Task Force Report Part 1
ARFF professionals presented this report on recommendations the NTSB tasked the ARFF Working Group with regarding the accident involving Asiana Flight 214 that occurred July 6, 2013 at San Francisco Int'l Airport. Part 1 of 2.
 
Related Document(s):  NTSB Task Force Report
 
Duration: 33 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1689-1807
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Bringing the Assets - Professional Development
Bringing the Assets - Professional Development
Tonya Hoover, superintendent, USFA - National Fire Academy, gives an overview of the NFA National System for Training and the importance of continued education in the workplace.
 
Related Document(s):  Professional Development
 
Duration: 38 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1688-1807
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Building and Maintaining Trust for Leaders Part 2
Building and Maintaining Trust for Leaders Part 2
Marc Kilman-Burnham, National Director of AMR Rural Metro Fire, completes his discussion on how to make trust the center of your team strengths, understanding what each age group needs to trust and how that equals effective leadership. Part 2 of 2.
 
Duration: 25 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1687-1807
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Building and Maintaining Trust for Leaders Part 1
Building and Maintaining Trust for Leaders Part 1
Marc Kilman-Burnham, National Director of AMR Rural Metro Fire, reviews the importance of trust in a leadership role. He also discusses how to work with those around you to gain and maintain trust, knowing what motivates others to trust and how trust leads to clear understanding of our roles and responsibilities as a leader. Part 1 of 2.
 
Related Document(s):  Building and Maintaining Trust for Leaders
 
Duration: 33 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1687-1807
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Introducing an ARFF Professional Development Framework and Manual
Introducing an ARFF Professional Development Framework and Manual
Jason Graber, Battalion Chief for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, reviewed his manual on ARFF Professional Development. The manual works through a series of steps that an ARFF Firefighter or Officer will progress through in their career with reasonable and logical steps of training and education they should complete.
 
Related Document(s):  Introducing an ARFF Professional Development Manual
 
Duration: 33 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1686-1806
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Training...Taking a Fresh Look
Training...Taking a Fresh Look
Lieutenant Leonard Edling, of the Chicago Fire Department, discusses CFDs' training curriculum, tracking reporting and how to stay compliant for FAA inspections.
 
Related Document(s):  Training... Taking a Fresh Look
 
Duration: 41 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1684-1806
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Changing Minds for Changing Times
Changing Minds for Changing Times
This presentation discusses how to deal with change. The following topics will be discussed: how change affects us, our staff and those we serve, how to deal with change, how to lead change and the positive aspects of change in our lives.
 
Related Document(s):  Changing Minds for Changing Times
 
Duration: 33 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1684-1806
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Charlotte Douglas Airport - Aircraft Hangar Fire
Charlotte Douglas Airport - Aircraft Hangar Fire
On September 9th 2017, at Charlotte Douglas Airport, a local bank’s aircraft hangar fire suppression system activated. The system filled a building around 60,000 sq. ft. in 7 minutes with high expansion foam. The purpose of this presentation is to review and explain the decisions they made and give other departments the opportunity to see what could possibly happen in similar situations.
 
Related Document(s):  Charlotte Douglas Airport Aircraft Hangar Fire
 
Duration: 34 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1684-1806
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Fire Service Self-Assessment and Accreditation - How Do You Know What You Do Not Know? Part 2
Fire Service Self-Assessment and Accreditation - How Do You Know What You Do Not Know? Part 2
Karl Ristow, CFAI Program Director,the Center for Public Safety Excellence, wraps up his discussion on the self-assessment and accreditation processes. Part 2 of 2.
 
Duration: 21 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1683-1805
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Fire Service Self-Assessment and Accreditation - How Do You Know What You Do Not Know? Part 1
Fire Service Self-Assessment and Accreditation - How Do You Know What You Do Not Know? Part 1
Self-assessment in the fire service does not come easy as we already think we do a great job and there are very few mandates to do so. This presentation will introduce attendees about the quality improvement model and the accreditation process that was created over 20 years ago through an agreement between the International Association of Fire Chiefs and the International City/County Managers Association. Part 1 of 2.
 
Related Document(s):  Fire Service Self-Assessment and Accreditation
 
Duration: 21 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1683-1805
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Implementation of a Dedicated National Call Sign - Where Do We Go From Here?
Implementation of a Dedicated National Call Sign - Where Do We Go From Here?
Captain Jeff Raines, Deputy Chairman for the Allied Pilots Association, reviews the brief history, accomplishments and what's next for the dedicated national call sign initiative.
 
Related Document(s):  Dedicated National Call Sign
 
Duration: 3 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1682-1804
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
FAA Technical Center Updates Part 2
FAA Technical Center Updates Part 2
In Part 2, Keith Bagot, ARFF Research Program Manager, FAA Technical Center, reviews the research projects the technical center is focused on such as thermal balance during fire extinguishment, compressed air foam, AFFF crystallization and input-based foam proportioning system testing technologies. Part 2 of 2.
 
Duration: 21 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1681-1804
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
FAA Technical Center Updates Part 1
FAA Technical Center Updates Part 1
Keith Bagot, ARFF Research Program Manager, FAA Technical Center, gives a general overview of the technical center focusing on the facilities and equipment available. Part 1 of 2.
 
Duration: 21 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1681-1804
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
AA Flight #1418 - Incident Review
AA Flight #1418 - Incident Review
Mike Evans, Fire Chief at Detroit Metropolitan Airport, reviews the February 2, 2016 American Airlines Flight #1418 incident detailing the events that led to the rear lavatory fire. Upon investigation it was found that the fire in the rear lavatory was extinguished by flight crew with a halon extinguisher. The fire department investigation concluded that it appeared to be an intentional ignition, arson.
 
Related Document(s):  Review of AA Flight #1418 Incident
 
Duration: 34 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1679-1803
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Marketing Your Fire Department:  Proven Promotional Strategies Part 2
Marketing Your Fire Department: Proven Promotional Strategies Part 2
Janal Vasallo, Public Relations and Information Manager for Lakeland Fire Department, concludes her discussion on how to promote your fire department with limited resources and budget. Part 2 of 2.
 
Duration: 24 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1673-1708
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Marketing Your Fire Department:  Proven Promotional Strategies Part 1
Marketing Your Fire Department: Proven Promotional Strategies Part 1
The presentation will focus on the effective actions and tools fire departments can use to market themselves and the value they provide in their communities. The presentation will cover general strategies that are cost effective and applicable at most departments. The strategies can be applied to fire departments as a whole, or among divisions within the department, regardless of what their specialties may be (e.g. Urban, Rural, ARFF, Volunteer, etc.) The Lakeland Fire Department (LFD) will be used as the primary case study within the presentation. It will prove that a department can go from being one with minimal marketing to one that is regionally recognized for its effective use of marketing, as was the case at LFD. Effectively marketing your fire department can create appreciation and value from its service base, secure and continued funding, better morale amongst employees, and the slough of other benefits.
 
Duration: 23 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1673-1708
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Integrating ARFF and Aviation Maintenance Technicians Into an Effective Confined Space Rescue Team
Integrating ARFF and Aviation Maintenance Technicians Into an Effective Confined Space Rescue Team
John Keith Wilson, Assistant Professor/Chair BS/AS Maintenance at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, focused his presentation on human factor challenges faced when integrating ARFF and aviation maintenance organizations into an effective team during confined space rescue.
 
Related Document(s):  Combining ARFF Maintenance and ARFF Rescue
 
Duration: 37 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1672-1708
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Chicago-O'Hare Incident Review - AA Flight #383 Part 4
Chicago-O'Hare Incident Review - AA Flight #383 Part 4
Timothy Sampey, Assistant Deputy Fire Commissioner - Airport Operations for the Chicago Fire Department, wraps up the discussion of the incident. Part 4 of 4.
 
Duration: 24 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1671-1708
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Chicago-O'Hare Incident Review - AA Flight #383 Part 3
Chicago-O'Hare Incident Review - AA Flight #383 Part 3
Timothy Sampey continues to explain the events as they unfold in the October 28th, 2016 AA Flight #383 incident. Part 3 of 4.
 
Duration: 24 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1671-1708
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Chicago-O'Hare Incident Review - AA Flight #383 Part 2
Chicago-O'Hare Incident Review - AA Flight #383 Part 2
Timothy Sampey, Assistant Deputy Fire Commissioner - Airport Operations for the Chicago Fire Department, continued his discussion on the Chicago-O'Hare Incident of Flight #383 on October 28, 2016. In Part 2, he reviewed the events as they unfolded in the incident. Part 2 of 4.
 
Duration: 30 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1671-1708
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Chicago-O'Hare Incident Review - AA Flight #383 Part 1
Chicago-O'Hare Incident Review - AA Flight #383 Part 1
Timothy Sampey, Assistant Deputy Fire Commissioner - Airport Operations for the Chicago Fire Department, reviewed the Chicago-O'Hare Incident of Flight #383 on October 28, 2016. Part 1 of 4.
 
Related Document(s):  AA Flight 383 Incident Review
 
Duration: 29 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1671-1708
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Ft. Lauderdale FedEx Incident Review Part 2
Ft. Lauderdale FedEx Incident Review Part 2
Don Galloway, Battalion Chief at Broward Sheriff's Office Division of Fire Rescue, wraps up the discussion regarding the FedEx incident. Part 2 of 2.
 
Duration: 25 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1669-1707
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Ft. Lauderdale FedEx Incident Review Part 1
Ft. Lauderdale FedEx Incident Review Part 1
Don Galloway, Battalion Chief at Broward Sheriff's Office Division of Fire Rescue, reviewed the response and challenges of the October 28, 2016 FedEx incident. Part 1 of 2.
 
Related Document(s):  Ft. Lauderdale FedEx Incident Review
 
Duration: 25 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1669-1707
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Air Show Emergency Operations and Response - Blue Angel Crash
Air Show Emergency Operations and Response - Blue Angel Crash
Fire Chief Joe Johnson, of Smyrna Rutherford County Airport Authority, will address the crash response, and also focus on the preparation for operations and planning for the great Tennessee Air Show.
 
Related Document(s):  Air Show - Blue Angel Crash
 
Duration: 36 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1670-1707
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
NFPA 403 2018 Chapter 10 Special Events Part 2
NFPA 403 2018 Chapter 10 Special Events Part 2
Battalion Chief John Maddox of Lakeland Fire Department, Lt. James Thompson of Lakeland Fire Department and Battalion Chief Larry Lippel of Charlotte County Fire and EMS, wrap up their discussion regarding the new requirements of NFPA 403. Part 2 of 2.
 
Duration: 28 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1668-1707
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
NFPA 403 2018 Chapter 10 Special Events Part 1
NFPA 403 2018 Chapter 10 Special Events Part 1
This topic will discuss the changes to NFPA 403 submitted by the NFPA Technical Committee for ARFF, and how they would affect airports and military bases from three different viewpoints and operations. Battalion Chief John Maddox of Lakeland Fire Department, Lt. James Thompson of Lakeland Fire Department and Battalion Chief Larry Lippel of Charlotte County Fire and EMS, bring a vast amount of air show knowledge to the table from different types of airports and air shows. This presentation will demonstrate how the new requirements of NFPA 403 can be accomplished to include real world examples. Part 1 of 2.
 
Related Document(s):  NFPA 403 2018 Chapter 10 Special Events
 
Duration: 24 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1668-1707
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
ARFF Apparatus Rollover
ARFF Apparatus Rollover
William Swarthout, firefighter for the City of Oakland, reviewed their ARFF apparatus rollover that occurred on June 24, 2014. He discussed what went right and lessons learned.
 
Related Document(s):  ARFF Apparatus Rollover
 
Duration: 20 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1666-1706
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Incident Review - Collision of Two F-16's at Nellis AFB
Incident Review - Collision of Two F-16's at Nellis AFB
John Thompson, Fire Chief of the 99th Civil Engineer Squadron, reviews the incident of the collision of two F-16's at Nellis AFB. The incident was more like a high speed car crash that trapped one of the pilots inside his burning F-16. The briefing will detail response and extrication of the pilot from his aircraft. For more training on F-16's, please check out Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization on F-16 Emergency Shut Down and Rescue Procedures video.
 
Related Document(s):  Incident Review - Collision of Two F-16's at Nellis AFB
 
Duration: 29 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1664-1705
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
NFPA Updates for ARFF Documents
NFPA Updates for ARFF Documents
Ken Holland, Senior Emergency Services Specialist for the NFPA, reviewed the NFPA process, and how you can get involved in a technical committee or task group.
 
Related Document(s):  NFPA Updates
 
Duration: 27 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1663-1705
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
 Proper Training Documentation Relating to 14 CFR Part 139 for ARFF Personnel Part 2
Proper Training Documentation Relating to 14 CFR Part 139 for ARFF Personnel Part 2
Jim Price, Airport Certification Safety Inspector from the FAA, wraps up his discussion on proper training documentation at your airport. Part 2 of 2.
 
Duration: 24 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Proper Training Documentation Relating to 14 CFR Part 139 for ARFF Personnel Part 1
Proper Training Documentation Relating to 14 CFR Part 139 for ARFF Personnel Part 1
Jim Price, Airport Certification Safety Inspector from the FAA, discusses how to accurately document your training at your airport. He also provides examples of good and bad documentation. Part 1 of 2.
 
Related Document(s):  Proper Training Documentation Relating to 14 CFR Part 139
 
Duration: 23 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting
 
Managing AFFF at Airports:  Consideration of the Environmental Impacts Part 2
Managing AFFF at Airports: Consideration of the Environmental Impacts Part 2
Andrew Thalheimer, Dillion Consulting Limited, wraps up his presentation with recommendations for future research for AFFF storage, application, and disposal. Part 2 of 2. Recorded February 2017
 
Duration: 25 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1660-1703
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Managing AFFF at Airports:  Consideration of the Environmental Impacts Part 1
Managing AFFF at Airports: Consideration of the Environmental Impacts Part 1
Andrew Thalheimer, Dillion Consulting Limited, is the Principal Investigator on the Airport Cooperative Research Program's project ACRP 02-60 titled "Use and Potential Impacts of AFFF Containing Per- and Polyfluoralkyl Substances (PFAS) at Airports. Based on a survey of 167 North American civilian airports, with many of the respondents being emergency responders, the potential human health and environmental impacts of the active ingredient of AFFF (i.e., PFASs) needs to be communicated and understood by those that are responsible for AFFF (and firefighting and firefighting training) at airports. This presentation will summarize current industry practices and present best management practices for AFFF procurement, storage, application, and disposal. Part 1 of 2. Recorded February 2017
 
Related Document(s):  Managing AFFF at Airports
 
Duration: 21 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1660-1703
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Leading Your Staff Down the Path of Success Part 2
Leading Your Staff Down the Path of Success Part 2
This class will help you lead and motivate employees of any age. In Part 2, Marc Kilman-Burnham, the National Director of Innovative Practices, American Medical Response/Rural Metro Fire, wraps up his session on the motivations of the 5 generations in the workforce. He explains what each generation responds to and what they don't. He offers examples of how to lead the willing and help the unwilling. He concludes with how to build trust and pride in your team. Part 2 of 2. Recorded February 2017.
 
Duration: 28 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Leading Your Staff Down the Path of Success Part 1
Leading Your Staff Down the Path of Success Part 1
This class will help you lead and motivate employees of any age. Marc Kilman-Burnham, the National Director of Innovative Practices, American Medical Response/Rural Metro Fire, reviews the current 5 generations in the workforce today. He provides reasons why understanding what motivates each age group will lead to teamwork and effective leadership. Part 1 of 2. Recorded February 2017.
 
Related Document(s):  Leading Your Staff Down the Path of Success
 
Duration: 27 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 AEP - Airport Terrorism A Coast to Coast Concern Part 2
Part 139.319 AEP - Airport Terrorism A Coast to Coast Concern Part 2
Captain Brian Snodgrass, Phoenix Fire Department, and District Chief Robert Palestrant, Broward County Fire and Rescue, wraps up their discussion on airport security from the arff perspective, how to recognize potential terrorist activity and cloned vehicles and uniforms. Part 2 of 2. Recorded September 21, 2016.
 
Duration: 21 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1555-1611
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Part 139.319 AEP - 2016 Airport Terrorism A Coast to Coast Concern Part 1
Part 139.319 AEP - 2016 Airport Terrorism A Coast to Coast Concern Part 1
Captain Brian Snodgrass, Phoenix Fire Department, and District Chief Robert Palestrant, Broward County Fire and Rescue, discussed the evolution of the fire service, how to institute change, airport security from the arff perspective, how to recognize potential terrorist activity and cloned vehicles and uniforms. Part 1 of 2. Recorded September 21, 2016.
 
Related Document(s):  Airport Terrorism
 
Duration: 21 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1555-1611
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The Call Comes...Are you Ready?
The Call Comes...Are you Ready?
Cory Huffman, Captain, Salt Lake City International Airport Fire Department, reviews in this video a hypothetical tabletop incident, how to develop command structure, resources to consider to mitigate the incident and develop training to improve readiness. Recorded September 21, 2016.
 
Related Document(s):  Airport Response Readiness
 
Duration: 32 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1554-1611
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Air Show Preparation
Air Show Preparation
Lee Shaffer, Assistant Chief of Training at Kirtland Air Force Base, discussed the history of air show accidents, planning, emergency preparation and response. Also, he reviewed the air boss procedures and lessons learned from their air show. Recorded September 21, 2016.
 
Related Document(s):  Air Show Preparation
 
Duration: 36 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1553-1611
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Mutual Aid Help the ARFF Way
Mutual Aid Help the ARFF Way
Lars Anderson, Fire Chief/Chief Sergeant Major, Fighter Wind Skrydstrup, Royal Danish Air Force, discussed mutual aid assistance in incidents in Denmark. Recorded September 20, 2016.
 
Related Document(s):  Mutual Aid Help the ARFF Way
 
Duration: 32 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1551-1611
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Human Factors in Firefighting
Human Factors in Firefighting
Amanda Woodward, Emergency Management Coordinator II for Pasco County Office of Emergency Management, discusses the human factors that impact fire emergencies negatively, and good safety practices. Recorded September 20, 2016.
 
Related Document(s):  Human Factors in Firefighting
 
Duration: 24 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Event Focused Learning
Event Focused Learning
Jason Graber, Battalion Chief for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Fire and Rescue Department, discusses how the arff community can learn from previous industry related events and the impact those lessons have had on policy changes. Recorded September 20, 2016.
 
Related Document(s):  Event Focused Learning
 
Duration: 29 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1550-1610
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Ft. Lauderdale - Hollywood IAP Incident Review
Ft. Lauderdale - Hollywood IAP Incident Review
Jon O'Brien, Fire Chief for Broward Sheriff's Office Fire and Rescue, reviewed the Dynamic Airline incident on October 29, 2015. He discussed the arff response and lessons learned. Recorded September 20, 2016.
 
Related Document(s):  IAP Incident Review
 
Duration: 25 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1549-1610
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British Airways Flight 2276 Incident Review Part 2
British Airways Flight 2276 Incident Review Part 2
William Hutfilz, Training Officer at Clark County Fire Department wraps up his discussion on the British Airways Flight #2276 incident and reviews lessons learned. Part 2 of 2. Recorded September 20, 2016.
 
Duration: 20 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1549-1610
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British Airways Flight #2276 Incident Review Part 1
British Airways Flight #2276 Incident Review Part 1
William Hutfilz, Training Officer for Clark County Fire Department, reviews the British Airways Flight #2276 incident at LAS on September 8, 2015. Part 1 of 2. Recorded September 20, 2016.
 
Related Document(s):  British Airways Flight 2276 Incident Review
 
Duration: 19 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1549-1610
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2016 NTSB Report Part 2
2016 NTSB Report Part 2
Pete Wentz and Courtney Liedler of the NTSB, reviewed the ERA14MA271 incident from May 31, 2014 in Bedford, Massachusetts. Deputy Chief Ted Costa, Massport Fire, provided his perspective as part of the investigation team at Hanscom Airforce Base (BED). Part 2 of 2. Recorded September 20, 2016.
 
Duration: 20 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1547-1610
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2016 NTSB Report Part 1
2016 NTSB Report Part 1
Pete Wentz and Courtney Liedler of the National Transportation Safety Board, reviews the organization of the NTSB and its purpose. Also, they explain the investigation process, and preparations you need to do prior to NTSB's arrival to the scene. Part 1 of 2. Recorded September 20, 2016.
 
Related Document(s):  2016 NTSB Report
 
Duration: 20 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Recommendations for Cutting into Composite Fuselage
Recommendations for Cutting into Composite Fuselage
With more and more composites being used in the industry it is essential for Airport Firefighters to become familiar with the recommended procedures for cutting into this type of fuselage. This short video was produced by Boeing to review their recommendation for cutting through the composite main body of an aircraft in an emergency that involves fire, rescue, or both.
 
Related Document(s):  Recommendations for Cutting into Composite Fuselage
 
Duration: 4 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1546-1610
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2016 FAA Headquarters Updates Part 2
2016 FAA Headquarters Updates Part 2
At the 27th Annual ARFF Working Group conference, Marc Tonnacliff, ARFF Specialist for the FAA, wraps up his discussion on the DOT Office of Inspector General's Report, Particles found in AFFF Tanks and current ACRP projects. Part 2 of 2. Recorded September 19, 2016.
 
Duration: 22 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1545-1610
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2016 FAA Headquarters Updates Part 1
2016 FAA Headquarters Updates Part 1
At the 27th Annual ARFF Working Group conference, Marc Tonnacliff, ARFF Specialist for the FAA, reviews the latest FAA updates that will impact the ARFF community at airports. He focuses on Mil-Spec AFFF, recent NTSB recommendations and the DOT Office of Inspector General's Report. Part 1 of 2. Recorded September 19, 2016.
 
Related Document(s):  2016 FAA Updates
 
Duration: 18 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1545-1610
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A Manufacturer's New ARFF Vehicle Initial Training
A Manufacturer's New ARFF Vehicle Initial Training
See how an ARFF vehicle manufacturer performs the FAA required in service training for firefighters during the delivery process of a new ARFF unit, the Rosenbauer Panther.
 
Duration: 27 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139 Module 005 Hoses, Nozzles, Turrets and Rescue Tools Review
Part 139 Module 005 Hoses, Nozzles, Turrets and Rescue Tools Review
This video is a review of the proper use of fire hoses, nozzles, turrets and other appliances as outlined in FAA AC 150/5210-17C, Programs for Training of ARFF Personnel.
 
Related Document(s):  AC 150 5210-17C Programs for Training of ARFF Personnel
 
Duration: 18 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Quick Hits - Aircraft Extrication- Forcing Your Way Inside
Quick Hits - Aircraft Extrication- Forcing Your Way Inside
Orlando Sanford International Airport Fire Department demonstrates how to gain access inside an aircraft during an emergency. They review the proper tools to use per scenario and include important decisions to consider during an emergency event.
 
Duration: 18 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1540-1607
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Inspection, Delivery and Acceptance of a New ARFF Vehicle
Inspection, Delivery and Acceptance of a New ARFF Vehicle
See tips on how to write specifications for a new ARFF unit as Retired Chief Duane Kann of Orlando International Airport visits Rosenbauer's factory. You will see how these vehicles are made and how the final inspection is conducted.
 
Related Document(s):  Guide Specifications for ARFF Vehicles
 Painting, Marking and Lighting of Vehicles Used on an Airport
 
Duration: 7 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1537-1601
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NTSB Safety Recommendations Progress Report Part 2
NTSB Safety Recommendations Progress Report Part 2
The Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Working Group established task force groups to review NTSB safety recommendations. This video wraps up the discussion on the progress report. Part 2 of 2. Recorded September 16, 2015.
 
Duration: 27 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1531-1511
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NTSB Safety Recommendations Progress Report Part 1
NTSB Safety Recommendations Progress Report Part 1
The Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Working Group established task force groups to review NTSB safety recommendations. This video discusses the progress report. Part 1 of 2. Recorded September 16, 2015.
 
Related Document(s):  NTSB Safety Recommendations Progress Report
 
Duration: 23 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1531-1511
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From the Xbox to the Box Alarm Part 3
From the Xbox to the Box Alarm Part 3
iger Schmittendorf, Deputy Fire Coordinator, County of Erie Department of Emergency Services, Buffalo, NY, wraps up his discussion regarding the differences between the XBOX generation versus the older generation and how they can work together towards common goals. Part 3 of 3. Recorded September 15, 2015.
 
Duration: 24 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1530-1511
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From the Xbox to the Box Alarm Part 2
From the Xbox to the Box Alarm Part 2
Tiger Schmittendorf, Deputy Fire Coordinator, County of Erie Department of Emergency Services, Buffalo, NY, discusses common perceptions and realities of the Xbox generation. Part 2 of 3. Recorded September 15, 2015.
 
Duration: 29 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1530-1511
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From the Xbox to the Box Alarm Part 1
From the Xbox to the Box Alarm Part 1
Tiger Schmittendorf, Deputy Fire Coordinator, County of Erie Department of Emergency Services, Buffalo, NY, compares the differences between the XBOX generation versus the older generation and how they can work together towards common goals. Part 1 of 3. Recorded September 15, 2015.
 
Related Document(s):  From the Xbox to the Fire Alarm
 
Duration: 32 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1530-1511
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Full Scale Aircraft fire Tests Part 2
Full Scale Aircraft fire Tests Part 2
Francois Jacquet, Fire Chief, Ottawa International Airport and Ron Gould, of the National Research Council, wraps up their discussion on aircraft fire tests. Part 2 of 2. Recorded September 17, 2015.
 
Related Document(s):  Full Scale Aircraft Fire Tests v5
 
Duration: 35 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1532-1511
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Full Scale Aircraft Fire Tests Part 1
Full Scale Aircraft Fire Tests Part 1
Francois Jacquet, Fire Chief, Ottawa International Airport and Ron Gould, of the National Research Council, reviewed their aircraft fire tests to compare the differences between aluminum and composite burn through. Part 1 of 2. Recorded September 17, 2015.
 
Related Document(s):  Full Scale Aircraft Fire Tests
 
Duration: 25 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1532-1511
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Heavy Water Flow for a Piper Apache Crash
Heavy Water Flow for a Piper Apache Crash
Battalion Chief John Maddox and Lieutenant James Thompson, of Lakeland Fire Department, detail the events from a Piper Apache crash into a warehouse filled with explosives located off airport. They also reviewed lessons learned from the incident. Recorded September 17, 2015.
 
Related Document(s):  Piper Apache Crash
 
Duration: 36 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1534-1511
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The Potential Risks of Ballistic Parachute Systems in Aircraft
The Potential Risks of Ballistic Parachute Systems in Aircraft
Luc Amiguet, Swiss Transportation Safety Investigative Board in Payerne, Switzerland, reviews the risks of Ballistic Parachute Systems (BPS) in aircraft to emergency responders and investigative crews. Recorded September 16, 2015.
 
Related Document(s):  Potential Risks of Ballistic Parachute Systems
 
Duration: 38 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1529-1510
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ARFF Response Model Changes at London Heathrow Airport
ARFF Response Model Changes at London Heathrow Airport
Graeme Day, Fire and Rescue Service Policy and Oversight Manager at Heathrow Airport, reviews incidents at Heathrow and how ARFF responses have changed at their airport. Recorded September 16, 2015.
 
Related Document(s):  ARFF Response Model Changes at London Heathrow Airport
 
Duration: 35 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1528-1510
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NTSB Report
NTSB Report
Courtney Liedler, Air Safety Investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board, reviews the organization of the NTSB, and recaps the past ten years of ARFF recommendations. She also compares NTSB Go-Team to field investigations. Recorded September 16, 2015.
 
Related Document(s):  NTSB Report
 
Duration: 41 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1527-1510
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Using Safety Management Systems to Help Mitigate Risk
Using Safety Management Systems to Help Mitigate Risk
Gillies Crichton, Head of Assurance at Glasgow Airport, discusses how to use safety management systems to help reduce risks at your airport. Recorded September 15, 2015.
 
Related Document(s):  Using Safety Management Systems to Help Mitigate Risk
 
Duration: 35 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1526-1510
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Airport Community Risk Reduction - Working Through Your Woes
Airport Community Risk Reduction - Working Through Your Woes
Joel Baker, Fire Chief, Atlanta Fire Department, discussed how to make the airports safer, and reviewed life safety facility inspections, facility inspections, FAA fueling inspections and fire prevention education. Recorded September 15, 2015.
 
Related Document(s):  Airport Community Risk Reduction
 
Duration: 27 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1525-1510
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Triple Fatal Crash of a General Aviation Aircraft
Triple Fatal Crash of a General Aviation Aircraft
Charles Lavene, Fire Chief for Norfolk International Airport, reviewed the details of the triple fatal crash at Norfolk's Botanical Gardens on March 4, 2015. He discussed the response, lessons learned and the post incident critques. Recorded September 16, 2015.
 
Related Document(s):  Triple Fatal Crash of a General Aviation Aircraft
 
Duration: 41 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1524-1510
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Delta Air Lines Cargo Fire Systems
Delta Air Lines Cargo Fire Systems
Stephen Noll, Instructor TechOps Training for Delta Air Lines, reviews the different types of wide body aircraft and reviews Delta's cargo fire systems. Recorded September 15, 2015.
 
Related Document(s):  Delta Air Lines Cargo Fire Systems
 
Duration: 16 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1523-1509
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Delta Air Lines Pilots Procedures
Delta Air Lines Pilots Procedures
Delta Air Lines Captain Guy Cadaing shares the pilot's perspective of what happens inside the aircraft during an emergency event. Recorded September 15, 2015.
 
Related Document(s):  Delta Air Lines Pilots Procedures
 
Duration: 33 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Quick Hits:  Proper Procedures to Perform a Hydrant Cart Inspection
Quick Hits: Proper Procedures to Perform a Hydrant Cart Inspection
Brenda Filbert, Lieutenant of Fire Prevention at the Orlando International Airport Fire Rescue, reviews the proper procedures to perform a hydrant cart inspection.
 
Related Document(s):  Hydrant Fueling Cart Inspection Form
 
Duration: 7 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Asiana Incident Recap Part 2
Asiana Incident Recap Part 2
Dale Carnes, Chief for San Francisco Fire Department, wrapped up his overview of the incident and discussed the lessons learned, improvements and enhancements. Part 2 of 2. Recorded October 1, 2014.
 
Duration: 33 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1505-1411
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Asiana Incident Recap Part 1
Asiana Incident Recap Part 1
On July 6, 2013, Asiana Flight #214 crashed at the San Francisco International Airport. Dale Carnes, Chief for San Francisco Fire Department, reviewed the incident, response and challenges. Part 1 of 2. Recorded October 1, 2014.
 
Duration: 32 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1505-1411
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization:  Cessna Citation
Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization: Cessna Citation
In this edition of the Aircraft Familiarization Series, Lt. Tom Littlepage, Evansville Regional Airport (EVV ARFF), goes to Orlando Cessna Citation Service Center to review the most popular business aircraft, the Cessna Citation. Tom and James Perine, of Cessna Citation Service Center, demonstrates important safety features and ARFF procedures for the various Cessna models.
 
Related Document(s):  Cessna Citation Model Stats
 
Duration: 16 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization:  Boeing 737-700, 800, 900-ER
Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization: Boeing 737-700, 800, 900-ER
In this edition of Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization, we feature the Boeing 737-700, 800 and 900-ER. Lt. Tom Littlepage, EVV ARFF (Evansville, IN), demonstrates important safety features and ARFF procedures for the 737-900. John Healing, United Airlines Lead Aircraft Maintenance Technician, offers his expertise on how to handle shutdown procedures, the best approach to access the 737 cockpit, electrical system shutdown, procedures to gain access to the battery and much more.
 
Duration: 15 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise:  Aircraft Down - Are You Ready?  Operation Crash and Surge
Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise: Aircraft Down - Are You Ready? Operation Crash and Surge
This video captures the challenges faced by fire rescue departments for aircraft incidents that occur off airport property. According to NTSB, approximately 55% of aircraft incidents happen outside the airport perimeter. This statistic emphasizes the need for airports to include outside entities when they conduct their FAA triennial exercise, but additionally to incorporate different jurisdictional leads from the communities surrounding the airport. Orlando International Airport (MCO) hosted the largest full-scale exercise ever conducted in the State of Florida. Over 50 agencies from Central Florida participated in the scenario. The scenario was an A320 aircraft experienced complete loss of hydraulic power on takeoff, crashing into a hotel complex and leaving over 600 victims in its wake. The exercise, Operation Crash and Surge, was designed to test the response capabilities for an off airport crash that also challenged the surge capacity of 16 area hospitals. This video was produced by the Orlando International Airport.
 
Duration: 7 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1491-1406
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ARFF Tactics Interior/Exterior Aircraft Fire Fighting (One Size Does Not Fit All)
ARFF Tactics Interior/Exterior Aircraft Fire Fighting (One Size Does Not Fit All)
This presentation took place at the 2007 ARFF Working Group Annual Conference, September 5-9, in New Orleans, La. Chief of Training, Alex Kracun of Orlando Sanford Airport Authority, discusses ARFF tactics for interior/exterior aircraft fire fighting.
 
Duration: 44 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1211-0803
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Part 139.319 Firefighting Operations Asiana Flight 214 Crash Overview - A Chief's Perspective Part 2
Part 139.319 Firefighting Operations Asiana Flight 214 Crash Overview - A Chief's Perspective Part 2
Dale Carnes, Assistant Deputy Chief for the San Francisco Fire Department - Airport Division, wraps up his overview of lessons learned from a chief's perspective. He also gave valuable leadership and management advice in handling emergencies at your airport. Part 2 of 2. Recorded January 23, 2014.
 
Duration: 29 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1477-1402-2
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Part 139.319 Firefighting Operations Asiana Flight 214 Crash Overview - A Chief's Perspective Part 1
Part 139.319 Firefighting Operations Asiana Flight 214 Crash Overview - A Chief's Perspective Part 1
On July 6, 2013, Asiana Flight #214 crashed at the San Francisco International Airport. Dale Carnes, Assistant Deputy Chief for the San Francisco Fire Department - Airport Division, gave a detailed accounting of the incident and the response. He also provided an overview of lessons learned from a chief's perspective. Part 1 of 2. Recorded January 23, 2014.
 
Duration: 25 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1477-1402-1
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Dorothy and Leadervision - From Oz and Beyond Part 3
Dorothy and Leadervision - From Oz and Beyond Part 3
Filmed at the 2014 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School, Steve Rosenthal, Legal Counsel for The Training Tree, presents a leadership enhancement program. In Part 3,Steve wraps up his main points on leadership. He focuses on the importance of a leader's vision and breaks down the process to create the goals needed to achieve the vision. He offers tips for leading and inspiring your employees. Part 3 of 3. Recorded January 22, 2014.
 
Duration: 28 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1469-1402-3
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Dorothy and Leadervision - From Oz and Beyond Part 2
Dorothy and Leadervision - From Oz and Beyond Part 2
Filmed at the 2014 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School, Steve Rosenthal, Legal Counsel for The Training Tree, presents a leadership enhancement program. In Part 2,Steve goes into detail about the different types of leadership and how to develop a high performance team. He disproves common myths about employee motivation, and reviews basic principles to remember about employee motivation. Part 2 of 3. Recorded January 22, 2014.
 
Duration: 25 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1469-1402-2
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Dorothy and Leadervision - From Oz and Beyond Part 1
Dorothy and Leadervision - From Oz and Beyond Part 1
Filmed at the 2014 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School, Steve Rosenthal, Legal Counsel for The Training Tree, presents a leadership enhancement program. In Part 1, he reviews the four broad concepts of leadership, and explains the importance of behaviors in your command staff to lead an organization. Part 1 of 3. Recorded January 22, 2014.
 
Related Document(s):  Leadervision
 
Duration: 22 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1469-1402-1
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization Lithium-Ion Batteries - A Guide to All Firefighters Part 2
Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization Lithium-Ion Batteries - A Guide to All Firefighters Part 2
Filmed at the 24th Annual ARFFWG Conference & Training Symposium, Robert Mathis, Assistant Chief for Boeing Fire Department, wraps up his discussion on Boeing's recommended fire fighting procedures to follow if a lithium-ion battery event occurs. Part 2 of 2. October 30, 2013.
 
Duration: 23 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization Lithium-Ion Batteries - A Guide to All Firefighters Part 1
Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization Lithium-Ion Batteries - A Guide to All Firefighters Part 1
Filmed at the 24th Annual ARFFWG Conference & Training Symposium, Robert Mathis, Assistant Chief for Boeing Fire Department, discussed Boeing's recommended fire fighting procedures to follow if a lithium-ion battery event occurs. Part 1 of 2. October 30, 2013.
 
Duration: 24 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.321 Aviation Fuel Safety Orlando International Airport's Fuel Vehicle Inspection Procedures
Part 139.321 Aviation Fuel Safety Orlando International Airport's Fuel Vehicle Inspection Procedures
Derek Moyer, Lieutenant of Fire Prevention at Orlando International Airport, demonstrates his inspection procedures of a tankard and hydrant truck according to FAR Part 139.321.
 
Related Document(s):  MCO's Inspecting Fuel Vehicles
 MCO Fuel Safety Inspection SOG
 Fuel Safety Fixed Facility Inspection Form
 Fuel Safety Vehicle Inspection Form
 
Duration: 22 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Application of Extinguishing Agents - MCO's Annual Dry Chem and Fluffing Procedures
Part 139.319 Application of Extinguishing Agents - MCO's Annual Dry Chem and Fluffing Procedures
Has your FAA examiner asked you to flow your dry chemical during an inspection? This instructional video demonstrates the procedures for dry chemical systems on OIAFR CFR apparatus through the periodic flowing of dry chemical agent and the charging of the agent tanks with nitrogen gas. These procedures ensure dry chemical systems remain serviceable.
 
Related Document(s):  Dry Chem Discharge and Fluffing SOG
 Cert Alert 04-12 Dry Chemical Systems Inspection and Maintenance
 
Duration: 13 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise at Washington Dulles International Airport
Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise at Washington Dulles International Airport
On May 4th, 2013, Washington Dulles International Airport's (IAD) personnel performed their full scale Triennial Exercise. This video gives an overview of the exercise from the incident response and triage to the transport of patients to area hospitals.
 
Duration: 26 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1444-1307
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Part 139 Triennial Exercise Large Events Planning Part 3
Part 139 Triennial Exercise Large Events Planning Part 3
Filmed at the 2013 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School, Tim Sampey, District Chief for Chicago Fire Department, wraps up his session on large scale events planning at your airport. He emphasized the importance of being prepared for any event that might occur at your airport. Part 3 of 3. Recorded February 21, 2013.
 
Duration: 29 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1434-1304-3
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Part 139 Triennial Exercise Large Events Planning Part 2
Part 139 Triennial Exercise Large Events Planning Part 2
Filmed at the 2013 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School, Tim Sampey, District Chief for Chicago Fire Department, continued his discussion on the steps to handle large scale events at your airport. Also, he gave examples of actual planned events and unplanned events with severe impact. He emphasized the importance of being prepared for any event that might occur at your airport. Part 2 of 3. Recorded February 21, 2013.
 
Duration: 26 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1434-1304-2
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Part 139 Triennial Exercise Large Events Planning Part 1
Part 139 Triennial Exercise Large Events Planning Part 1
Filmed at the 2013 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School, Tim Sampey, District Chief for Chicago Fire Department, discussed the steps to handle large scale events at your airport. Also, he gave examples of actual planned events and unplanned events with severe impact. He emphasized the importance of being prepared for any event that might occur at your airport. Part 1 of 3. Recorded February 21, 2013.
 
Related Document(s):  Large Events Presentation
 
Duration: 25 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1434-1304-1
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Capital Construction Projects & The Fire Department
Capital Construction Projects & The Fire Department
Filmed at the 2013 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School, Deputy Chief Timothy Lasher, of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, discussed how to prepare operationally for construction projects, identify possible operational changes you may experience and how to establish staffing for construction project accidents. Recorded February 22, 2013.
 
Related Document(s):  Capital Construction Presentation
 
Duration: 38 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1432-1304
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Part 139.319 Firefighting Operations - Off Airport Civil Trainer Crash
Part 139.319 Firefighting Operations - Off Airport Civil Trainer Crash
Filmed at the 2013 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School, Captain Al Tropiano, of the Philadelphia International Airport Fire Department, reviewed the Northeast Philadelphia Airport crash that occurred on May 22, 2008. The incident involved a general aviation aircraft that crashed into a loading dock lot about 1,000 yards north of the airport. He also discussed the ARFF response to the incident. Recorded February 22, 2013.
 
Related Document(s):  Off Airport Crash Presentation
 
Duration: 36 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1431-1303
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Part 139.319 Duties Under the AEP - Joplin, MO Tornado Incident
Part 139.319 Duties Under the AEP - Joplin, MO Tornado Incident
Filmed at the 2013 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School, Steve Stockam, Airport Manager at Joplin Regional Airport, reviewed the devastating events that occurred on May 22, 2011 and how his community handled the tragedy. Recorded February 21, 2013.
 
Related Document(s):  Joplin Presentation
 
Duration: 41 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1429-1303
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NTSB Investigation Guidelines/Recent Close Out of Accidents Part 2
NTSB Investigation Guidelines/Recent Close Out of Accidents Part 2
Filmed at the 2013 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School, Courtney Liedler, Accident Investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board, wraps up her discussions on the protocol for accidents and reviews recent close out of accidents. Part 2 of 2. Recorded February 21, 2013.
 
Duration: 25 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1428-1303-2
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NTSB Investigation Guidelines/Recent Close Out of Accidents Part 1
NTSB Investigation Guidelines/Recent Close Out of Accidents Part 1
Filmed at the 2013 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School, Courtney Liedler, Accident Investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board, reviewed the protocol for accidents. Also, she identifies who the NTSB is, job responsibilities, and how they handle accident investigations with onsite personnel. Part 1 of 2. Recorded February 21, 2013.
 
Duration: 25 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1428-1303-1
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FAA Inspection Preparation Part 2
FAA Inspection Preparation Part 2
Filmed at the 2013 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School conference, Deputy Chief Thomas Kenney, of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, wraps up his discussion on the federal aviation regulations governing the annual certification inspections for Class I airports and other hot topics for 2013. Part 2 of 2. Recorded February 21, 2013.
 
Duration: 36 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1427-1303-2
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FAA Inspection Preparation Part 1
FAA Inspection Preparation Part 1
Filmed at the 2013 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School conference, Deputy Chief Thomas Kenney, of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, reviewed the federal aviation regulations governing the annual certification inspections for Class I airports, the training regulations as outlined in 14 CFR Part 139.319 and annual certification pre-inspection checklist. Also, he discussed foam and dry chemical testing requirements, miscellaneous ARFF requirements that will be checked at the annual re-certification inspection and other hot topics for 2013. Part 1 of 2. Recorded February 21, 2013.
 
Related Document(s):  FAA Inspection Preparation Presentation
 
Duration: 27 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1427-1303-1
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Part 139.319 Duties Under the AEP - The Jurisdictional Challenges of Bioterrorism Part 2
Part 139.319 Duties Under the AEP - The Jurisdictional Challenges of Bioterrorism Part 2
Filmed at the 2013 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School, Chief Duane Kann, Fire Chief at Orlando International Airport, wraps up his discussion on the jurisdictional challenges of bioterrorism specifically focusing on pandemics and communicable diseases at airports. Part 2 of 2. Recorded February 20, 2013.
 
Duration: 35 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1424-1303-2
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Part 139.319 Duties Under the AEP - The Jurisdictional Challenges of Bioterrorism Part 1
Part 139.319 Duties Under the AEP - The Jurisdictional Challenges of Bioterrorism Part 1
Filmed at the 2013 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School, Chief Duane Kann, Fire Chief at Orlando International Airport, reviewed the jurisdictional challenges of bioterrorism specifically focusing on pandemics and communicable diseases at airports. Part 1 of 2. Recorded February 20, 2013.
 
Related Document(s):  Bioterrorism Presentation
 
Duration: 32 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1424-1303-1
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Part 139.319 Adapting Structural Firefighting Equipment for ARFF - Virginia Beach F-18 Crash Part 2
Part 139.319 Adapting Structural Firefighting Equipment for ARFF - Virginia Beach F-18 Crash Part 2
Filmed at the 2013 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School, District Chief Michael Barakey, of the Virginia Beach Fire Department, wraps up his discussion on the events that occurred during their response to the April 2012 F-18 crash. Part 2 of 2. Recorded February 20, 2013.
 
Duration: 35 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1421-1303-2
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Part 139.319 Adapting Structural Firefighting Equipment for ARFF - Virginia Beach F-18 Crash Part 1
Part 139.319 Adapting Structural Firefighting Equipment for ARFF - Virginia Beach F-18 Crash Part 1
Filmed at the 2013 ARFF Chief's & Leadership School, District Chief Michael Barakey, of the Virginia Beach Fire Department, reviewed the events that occurred during their response to the April 2012 F-18 crash. Part 1 of 2. Recorded February 20, 2013.
 
Related Document(s):  F-18 Crash Presentation
 
Duration: 30 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1421-1303-1
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Part 139.319 Firefighting Operations:  Washington Dulles Jet Center Hangar Collapse
Part 139.319 Firefighting Operations: Washington Dulles Jet Center Hangar Collapse
Filmed at the 23rd Annual ARFF Working Group Conference and Training Symposium, Battalion Chiefs Russell Kerns and Thomas Howes, of The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, gives an overview of the Washington Dulles Jet Center hangar collapse incident during the massive snow event of February 2010. Recorded October 9, 2012.
 
Duration: 38 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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FAR Part 139.319 Firefighting Operations Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting:  Operational Requirements
FAR Part 139.319 Firefighting Operations Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting: Operational Requirements
Each airport's Airport Certification Manual defines the type of equipment and agent quantities required. In this video, you will learn the basic ARFF operational requirements as outlined in Part 139.319. This video is the third part of the series reviewing Part 139 ARFF requirements.
 
Duration: 5 min
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FAR Part 139.317/319 Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting:  Equipment and Agents
FAR Part 139.317/319 Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting: Equipment and Agents
The FAA has determined a minimum requirement of rescue and firefighting equipment and agents for each ARFF Index. ARFF equipment and agent amounts proportionately expand as the airport indexes increase in size. The details of these minimum requirements are explained in Part 139.317. This video is the second part of the series reviewing Part 139.319 Application of the Types of Extinguishing Agents requirements for ARFF.
 
Duration: 4 min
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Part 139.315/319 Airport Emergency Plan:  Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting:  Index Determination
Part 139.315/319 Airport Emergency Plan: Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting: Index Determination
Part 139 uses an index system to provide the guidelines and information for airports to have certain numbers of rescue and firefighting vehicles on site, along with specific amounts of water and dry chemicals required to extinguish fires for different sized aircraft. This video is part one of the series reviewing Part 139 requirements for ARFF. In this video, you will learn how to determine an ARFF Index at your airport as explained in Part 139.315.
 
Duration: 6 min
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Part 139.317 Driver Training - ARFF Apparatus Driver Training
Part 139.317 Driver Training - ARFF Apparatus Driver Training
Lt. Tom Littlepage, EVV ARFF (Evansville, IN) travels to MCO to team up with the Orlando International Airport Fire Rescue Staff to showcase their answer to Driver’s Training for ARFF Apparatus. Join Tom and Deputy Chief Frank Herndon, and Engineer C.J. Caparelli as they discuss how to set up a Practical Driving Cone Course, why it’s important, and why it can help your department.
 
Duration: 15 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization: Canadair CRJ 700-705/900 Regional Jet
Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization: Canadair CRJ 700-705/900 Regional Jet
Join us for another installment of Digicast’s Aircraft Familiarization Series. Lt. Tom Littlepage, EVV ARFF (Evansville, IN), demonstrates what ARFF personnel need to know about the Canadair CRJ 700-705/900 Regional Jet.
 
Related Document(s):  CRJ700/900 Technical Familiarization Manual
 Owner's and Operator's Guide: CRJ Family
 Mesa Airlines, Inc. Crash Fire Rescue Manual
 
Duration: 15 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Cargo Hazards: FAA's Cargo Aircraft Fire Fighting Part 2
Part 139.319 Aircraft Cargo Hazards: FAA's Cargo Aircraft Fire Fighting Part 2
In part two, you will learn proper piercing tactics and strategies for cargo fires, how to determine critical information to handle incidents, and review case studies. This video was produced by the FAA. Part 2 of 2.
 
Duration: 28 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Cargo Hazards:  FAA's Cargo Aircraft Fire Fighting Part 1
Part 139.319 Aircraft Cargo Hazards: FAA's Cargo Aircraft Fire Fighting Part 1
In part one, you will learn about cargo aircraft configuration, cargo paperwork and procedures, cargo aircraft tactics and strategies, egress and access doors, open and close procedures for cargo doors, and cargo fire best practices. This video was produced by the FAA. Part 1 of 2.
 
Duration: 29 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Firefighting Operations:  FAA's Fire Fighting with the High Reach Extendible Turret
Part 139.319 Firefighting Operations: FAA's Fire Fighting with the High Reach Extendible Turret
The High Reach Extendible Turret, or HRET, provides ARFF fire fighters with many tactical advantages useful in aircraft rescue and fire fighting. This video will review HRET tactics and piercing operations. Also, you will learn about turret and piercing training. This video was produced by the FAA.
 
Duration: 27 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Emergency Aircraft Evacuation Assistance FAA's Introduction to Aircraft Forcible Entry
Part 139.319 Emergency Aircraft Evacuation Assistance FAA's Introduction to Aircraft Forcible Entry
This video is a general introduction to Aircraft Forcible Entry. You will learn how to respond to an incident using forcible entry techniques and tools. Also, you will learn about relevant aspects of aircraft construction. This video was produced by the FAA.
 
Related Document(s):  AC 150/5200-12
 
Duration: 32 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization: Medical Helicopter Safety Part 2
Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization: Medical Helicopter Safety Part 2
Lt. Tom Littlepage is joined by former Marine One pilot Jack Winternheimer for an in depth look at Medical Helicopter Safety. Jack, who is now the lead pilot for St. Mary’s LifeFlight in Evansville, IN shows first responders what they need to know when assisting the medical crew in loading the patient and how to safely shut down the helicopter in the event that crew is incapacitated. In part 2, Tom discussed how to safely set up the landing Zone (LZ) both day and night, and how to work with your local Air Medical Service. Part 2 of 2
 
Duration: 18 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization:  Medical Helicopter Safety Part 1
Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization: Medical Helicopter Safety Part 1
Lt. Tom Littlepage is joined by former Marine One pilot Jack Winternheimer for an in depth look at Medical Helicopter Safety. Jack, who is now the lead pilot for St. Mary’s LifeFlight in Evansville, IN shows first responders what they need to know when assisting the medical crew in loading the patient and how to safely shut down the helicopter in the event that crew is incapacitated. Part 1 is all about safely working around the helicopter and working with the crew. Part 1 of 2.
 
Duration: 25 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization:  Airbus A330-300
Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization: Airbus A330-300
Lt. Tom Littlepage, EVV ARFF, is back with a new edition of Digicast’s Aircraft Familiarization Series. Join us in Pittsburgh at the US Air Maintenance Facilities as Tom demonstrates key points ARFF responders need to know about the larger two aisle Airbus 330-300. If you haven’t watched the Airbus Single Aisle 319, 320, 321 video please watch it first and then enjoy this short video.
 
Related Document(s):  ARFC_A330
 
Duration: 7 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization:  General Aviation Airport Response
Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization: General Aviation Airport Response
In this episode of Digicast’s Aircraft Familiarization, Lt. Tom Littlepage discusses General Aviation Airport ARFF Training. Tom discusses what is covered in the eight hours of training, as well as the differences between Structure Gear and ARFF Gear. Tom also covers what tools can be used from a structure truck in an aircraft emergency.
 
Duration: 26 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise - Daytona Beach International Airport: 2010 Triennial Exercise
Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise - Daytona Beach International Airport: 2010 Triennial Exercise
This video highlights Daytona Beach International Airport's full-scale emergency crash exercise that was held March 16, 2010. It documents their response and triage procedures to an aircraft crash. Produced and edited by Techtron Communications.
 
Duration: 10 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1315-1009
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Part 139.319 Firefighting Operations:  FAA's Introduction to ARFF Part 5
Part 139.319 Firefighting Operations: FAA's Introduction to ARFF Part 5
In the final segment of FAA's Introduction to ARFF series, you will learn about fire fighting operations, and using the DOT emergency response guide. Part 5 of 5.
 
Duration: 16 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Emergency Aircraft Evacuation Assistance FAA's Introduction to ARFF Part 4
Part 139.319 Emergency Aircraft Evacuation Assistance FAA's Introduction to ARFF Part 4
Join us for the fourth edition of FAA's Introduction to ARFF series. This segment reviews different types of fire extinguishing agents, and emergency aircraft evacuation assistance procedures. Part 4 of 5.
 
Duration: 19 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Emergency Communications Systems on the Airport:  FAA's Introduction to ARFF Part 3
Part 139.319 Emergency Communications Systems on the Airport: FAA's Introduction to ARFF Part 3
This five part series is an overview of basic ARFF programs that addresses commonly recognized theories, procedures, and situations. Part 3 features airport emergency communications and different types of fire suppression equipment. This video was produced by the FAA. Part 3 of 5.
 
Duration: 20 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Rescue & Firefighting Personnel Safety:  FAA's Introduction to ARFF Part 2
Part 139.319 Rescue & Firefighting Personnel Safety: FAA's Introduction to ARFF Part 2
This five part series is an overview of basic ARFF programs that addresses commonly recognized theories, procedures, and situations. In part 2, you will learn keypoints on aircraft familiarization, rescue procedures, and fire fighting personnel safety measures. This video was produced by the FAA. Part 2 of 5.
 
Duration: 24 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Firefighters' Duties Under the AEP:  FAA's Introduction to ARFF Part 1
Part 139.319 Firefighters' Duties Under the AEP: FAA's Introduction to ARFF Part 1
This five part series is an overview of basic ARFF programs that addresses commonly recognized theories, procedures, and situations. It is designed to help you understand aircraft emergency response, airport and incident scene safety, aircraft construction, stabilization and access, use of tools and equipment, and incident response and command. Part 1 briefly reviews details about airport familiarization, airport certification manuals, airport self-inspection, and the contents of an airport emergency plan. This video was produced by the FAA. Part 1 of 5.
 
Duration: 27 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization:  Airbus Single Aisle Aircraft 319, 320, 321
Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization: Airbus Single Aisle Aircraft 319, 320, 321
Lt. Tom Littlepage, EVV ARFF, is back again with a new edition of Digicast’s Aircraft Familiarization Series. Join us in Pittsburgh at the Maintenance Facilities of US Airways as Tom explains what first responders need to know about the single aisle Airbus Aircraft. You will learn about proper ladder techniques, manual cargo door operations, evacuation slide deployment and see inside this class of workhorse aircraft.
 
Duration: 15 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization: Embraer ERJ - 145 ES
Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization: Embraer ERJ - 145 ES
In this edition of ANTN Digicast's Aircraft Familiarization, we feature the Embraer ERJ-145 ES. Lt. Tom Littlepage demonstrates important safety features and ARFF procedures for the ERJ-145. In addition, we get a glimpse of what is occurring in the cockpit as the flight crew discovers a fire in the baggage hold.
 
Duration: 15 min
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Cargo Hazards including Hazardous Materials/Dangerous Goods:  Hazmat Training
Part 139.319 Aircraft Cargo Hazards including Hazardous Materials/Dangerous Goods: Hazmat Training
This video demonstrates the proper procedures in handling hazardous materials such as fuel spills and dangerous goods. It also discusses FAR Part 139 requirements and fuel safety standards.
 
Duration: 9 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise & Live Fire SAT Triennial Emergency Exercise/SAMCEE '08 Part 2
Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise & Live Fire SAT Triennial Emergency Exercise/SAMCEE '08 Part 2
Immediately after the Triennial/SAMCEE '08 exercise, event participants conducted a debrief (Hotwash). Part 2 of 2. Recorded October 23, 2008
 
Duration: 16 min
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Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise & Live Fire SAT Triennial Emergency Exercise/SAMCEE '08 Part 1
Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise & Live Fire SAT Triennial Emergency Exercise/SAMCEE '08 Part 1
On October 23, 2008 San Antonio International Airport (SAT) in conjunction with the Southwest Texas Regional Advisory Council for Trauma (STRAC) conducted the “Triennial Airport Emergency Exercise/SAMCEE 08” (San Antonio Mass Casualty Exercise & Evaluation). The exercise was the result of over a year of planning and coordination. Over seven hundred people and forty three agencies participated in making the exercise a success. The combination of the two exercises allowed SAT to test emergency response plans to a major air carrier disaster and allowed STRAC to test the ability of the area health system to process and treat mass casualties. Part 1 of 2. Recorded October 23, 2008.
 
Duration: 14 min
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Part 139.319 Duties Under the AEP:  Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport: Unified Command
Part 139.319 Duties Under the AEP: Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport: Unified Command
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport utilizes a Unified Command Team structure to handle emergencies as well as large scale planned events like SuperBowl traffic. The Airport’s goal is to get all stakeholders who are affected by such events to be a part of the Unified Command Team. This includes but is not limited to Airport Operations, Transportation Security Administration, Police, Fire, airline partners, tenants and contractors. Representatives to the Unified Command Team need to be able to focus entirely on the situation at hand and be able to commit resources as needed. This video was designed to educate all of Sky Harbor’s airport partners on the importance of actively participating in the UCT as needed depending on the situation.
 
Duration: 8 min
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization:  F-16 Emergency Shut Down and Rescue Procedures
Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization: F-16 Emergency Shut Down and Rescue Procedures
Join Lieutenant Tom Littlepage from the Evansville Regional Airport (EVV) ARFF station as he provides instructions on the correct procedures for rescuing a F-16 pilot in an emergency situation.
 
Duration: 13 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 ARFF Training Scenarios - Live Fire Training At DFW
Part 139.319 ARFF Training Scenarios - Live Fire Training At DFW
Highlights of ARFF personnel going through various scenarios during a training session at DFW's live-fire training facility. Scenarios include both exterior and interior aircraft fires.
 
Duration: 9 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1141-072-1
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Part 139.319 Rescue & Firefighting Personnel Safety:  ARFF: Personnel Safety
Part 139.319 Rescue & Firefighting Personnel Safety: ARFF: Personnel Safety
This video covers the basics of ARFF personnel safety and the Airport Emergency Plan (AEP) as required in FAR Part 139.319.
 
Duration: 8 min
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Part 139.319 Application of Extinguishing Agents Airports A-Z Series 2: Testing Firefighting Agents
Part 139.319 Application of Extinguishing Agents Airports A-Z Series 2: Testing Firefighting Agents
Keith Bagot FAA Airport Safety Specialist explains fire protocols for testing new fire extinguishing agents. This live fire demonstration at the FAA Technical Center in Atlantic City was conducted for the ARFF Working Group. In this test the effectiveness of an approved clean agent was demonstrated and compared to the standard AFFF.
 
Duration: 5 min
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Airports A-Z Series 2: DCA River Rescue Team
Airports A-Z Series 2: DCA River Rescue Team
A profile of the River Rescue Team at Reagan Washington National Airport. The team goes over its daily duties and how it secures the area waterways. A patrol of the Potomac River is part of this profile.
 
Duration: 11 min
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Airports A-Z Series 2: Safety First: ARFF at Boston's Logan Int'l Airport
Airports A-Z Series 2: Safety First: ARFF at Boston's Logan Int'l Airport
An in-depth profile on the ARFF unit headed by Robert Donahue at Boston's Logan Int'l Airport. See what equipment they use to battle fires and what training they undertake to keep on their toes.
 
Duration: 8 min
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Part 139.319 Emergency Aircraft Evacuation Airports A-Z Series 2: ARFF Forcible Entry, Part 2
Part 139.319 Emergency Aircraft Evacuation Airports A-Z Series 2: ARFF Forcible Entry, Part 2
This video is a profile of how to do proper forcible entry into an aircraft. This video was taped at Tucson, AZ during their forcible entry demonstration.
 
Duration: 6 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 206-001-2
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Airports A-Z Series 2: ARFF at Albany Int'l Airport
Airports A-Z Series 2: ARFF at Albany Int'l Airport
Learn how the ARFF crew operates at Albany Int’l Airport. In this video we see the different types of equipment they use and learn more about their daily training.
 
Duration: 6 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise Disaster Drill at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise Disaster Drill at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Produced by ANTN, this program details the disaster drill that took place at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. It contains interviews with drill participants and post-drill analysis.
 
Duration: 24 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Full Scale Disaster Drill Exercise at Washington Dulles International Airport
Part 139.319 Full Scale Disaster Drill Exercise at Washington Dulles International Airport
Produced by ANTN, this drill took place May 8th 2004 at the Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia. The drill includes regional responders, Red Cross, media, and FBI and NTSB agents as they help the airport deal with a plane crash caused by a shoulder launched missile. The program also covers post drill evaluations and interviews with various participants.
 
Duration: 24 min
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Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise Live Fire Fort Lauderdale Disaster Drill: Operation Air Bird
Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise Live Fire Fort Lauderdale Disaster Drill: Operation Air Bird
Produced by Fort Lauderdale Int’l Airport, this video demonstrates techniques you can use in creating your own disaster drill. It also details how Fort Lauderdale’s own water rescue was carried out.
 
Duration: 13 min
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Part 139.319 Emergency Aircraft Evacuation Assistance - ARFF Ladder Carry and Rescue Operations
Part 139.319 Emergency Aircraft Evacuation Assistance - ARFF Ladder Carry and Rescue Operations
Filmed at the FAA Regional ARFF Training facility at Pittsburgh International Airport, this show gives you a rundown of the proper procedures for using a hand carried ladder to rescue victims from a fire.
 
Duration: 9 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Use of Fire Hoses, Nozzles and Turrets - ARFF Hand Line Operations
Part 139.319 Use of Fire Hoses, Nozzles and Turrets - ARFF Hand Line Operations
Filmed at the FAA Regional ARFF Training facility at Pittsburgh International Airport, this show gives you a detailed description of the proper method to use when fighting fires with a hand line.
 
Duration: 4 min
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Part 139.319 Use of the Fire Hoses, Nozzles and Turrets - The Oklahoma Drill
Part 139.319 Use of the Fire Hoses, Nozzles and Turrets - The Oklahoma Drill
This drill gives you an in-depth look at how to properly control the hose and nozzle portions of a hand line during Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting procedures.
 
Duration: 2 min
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