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Safe Firefighting Levels I & II w/ Student DVD's & iPod DVD

by Steve Kidd

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0073353167, Paperback)

The writers of Safe Firefighting, Steve Kidd, John Czajkowski,and Garry Briese have decades of dirty, hands-on fire and rescue experience. They understood the need for a "new approach" in training firefighters, one way off the “traditional” scale, and they did something about it.

Why this book? Because this book is different. It helps us focus on what really matters—and what is just not that important. Make no mistake about it—this book was written 100% outside the box. This is what matters: Identifying the fire "problem" on the scene, getting water on the fire, venting, staffing, protecting ourselves first, arriving in one piece, having applicable building construction info, understanding and applying "go in/don't go in," and having competent command officers. What doesn’t matter: How a smoke detector works and what the inside of a hydrant looks like. This can be important info and may be worthwhile to know, but this info won't save your life as a firefighter.


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