Saturday, July 2, 2011

Remembering Hackensack and Gloucester

As we approach the July 4th holiday period, two significant LODD incidents previously occurred during this time frame that hold a number of lessons learned related to command management, operations, building construction principles and building performance, fire behavior and the ever present dangers of the job.

Take the opportunity to learn more about these events, and expand your insights and knowledge base.

 
Take a moment to reflect upon the supreme sacrifice made by these heroic firefighters and the messages that lay within the pages of the incident case studies, reports and summaries.

 
There’s a lot of practical safety and operational information on these events along with a tremendous volume of information in the various text books on strategy and tactics, incident command and building construction.

 
Learn from the past so we don’t repeat it. Remember- NO MORE HISTORY REPEATING EVENTS!

 
For the complete article and insights on the Hackensack Ford Fire (1988) and the Gloucester Collapse (2002) go to CommandSafety.com HERE

 
Addtional Link on Bowstring Truss Safety Considerations;

 

 
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