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

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

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

Safety is a part of the job. When you take a job, you have a safety obligation to your employer, co-workers, family, and... see more

As a trades worker you have a responsibility to work safely, and fire prevention is a primary concern. Many of the work... see more

These Learning Tasks describe the clothing and protective equipment workers must wear on the job site and the safety... 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

'Living with Fire is a unique, student-centered project that seeks to determine and address the needs of the student... see more

This is an applied research project theat was submitted as an Executive Fire Officer Paper to the National Fire Academy.

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.

No Place to Hang Out" tells the tragic story of Devon Byrd and Wade White, two Mississippi teenagers who were killed... see more

A collection of articles from Larry Bennett's newsletters reporting key legal decisions affecting the fire service. Larry... see more

"OSHA's new rule, effective Feb. 13, 2008, may require some fire & EMS departments to purchase firefighter gloves, SCBA... see more

This is a free book offered by BookBoon. For project managers and engineers involved with hazardous processes, this... see more

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

The City of Madison Common Council unanimously passed a new smoke alarm ordinance in March 2009. The ordinance was named... see more

'This Guide was written for Resident Assistants to provide you with some additional information about fire safety that... see more

Traditions Training instructor Danny Doyle (Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire) offers some tips on "tactical nozzle work" for... see more

Flames and heat get quite a bit of attention. Flames showing from a couple of windows are sure to increase a firefighters... see more

One of the largest loss of life fires ever to occur in the U.S. happened in 1908 at the Rhodes Opera House in Boyertown,... see more

This is a short video on why smoke alarms matter and how to keep your smoke alarms working.

Public Service Announcement (PSA) for use of smoke detectors.