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This collection of resources helps Fire Safety faculty integrate ICT literacy into their collection. Resources include... see more

Jim Pharr explores burn patterns. A burn pattern has a line of demarcation where charred materials are very close to the... see more

In this Building Collapse video, Professor Paul Grant examines what buildings are susceptible to collapse in earthquakes.... see more

Did YOU Know is a series of short clips about fire safety featuring college students. Each one has a different... see more

Professor Paul Grant details the specific instances where you need to be concerned with building collapse. These include... see more

Professor William D. Hicks details examples of successful fire service evacuations.

Jim Pharr examines a fire in a small house where three different fires were present. In the house, there were two... see more

Jim Pharr examines gasoline and the explosive range.

Professor William D. Hicks details hazard control zones.

Shane Lacount explains a seemingly minor incident involving hazardous materials can quickly become a major problem if not... see more

Professor Shane Lacount reviews response times of hazardous materials incidents that can occur anywhere and at any time.

Jim Pharr defines ignitable liquids. Ignitable liquids are any liquids that will burn. Firefighters must examine the... see more

How do you indicate an incendiary fire? Jim Pharr examines these indicators. Look for a trailer, which is something used... see more

Professor William D. Hicks discusses the importance of isolation perimeters.

Professor William D. Hicks explains the best manner to surround a hazmat incident with a large perimeter.

In this Building Collapse video, Professor Paul Grant discusses how fire can affect a standing structure.

Numerous recent disasters, in several parts of the world, should alert us to the fact that people are going to be trapped... see more

Jim Pharr teaches students how to investigate liquids that drop through the floor in a fire. Check for liquids that drop... see more

Jim Pharr discusses multiple fires. If multiple fires at the same location and the same time are separate and distinct,... see more

Professor William D. Hicks examines the need for immediate rescues in Hazardous Materials incidents.

Jim Pharr teaches about paper remnants. Paper, ash or remnants of paper in a fire are great clues, although water and... see more

Jim Pharr teaches that unusual patterns are often great clues to investigate a fire. In this example, there is a doughnut... see more

Jim Pharr examines what investigators must prove at a fire. Pre-flashover, a firefighter can see items that have no... see more