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October 31, 2016

Back to Basics: Building Characteristics

October 31, 2016

Learn From History: 23 Rutgers Street, Manhattan

October 31, 2016

Safety First: Sizing Up the Taxpayer

axpayers present many unique safety considerations and challenging firefighting hazards. One of the greatest challenges is maintaining a safety mind-set. Size-up starts at the receipt of the alarm. However, for this exercise, size-up starts when you examine the photos. They are frozen moments in time and […]
October 31, 2016

Mega-High-Rise Buildings in Manhattan: One57

October 27, 2016

Blog: Response and Mitigation Tested at London Tube, Airport

October 26, 2016

Blog: #WednesdayWisdom from FDNY Pro Dr. Bradley Kaufman

Welcome to the inaugural #WednesdayWisdom post for 10/26/16! In this new weekly blog feature, FDNY members share information for first responders to get all of us thinking (and talking) about health and safety. Infection control procedures should always be undertaken by first responders, including aggressive handwashing […]
October 24, 2016

Lessons Learned/Reinforced from a Fast-Moving Row Frame Fire in Brooklyn

October 24, 2016

Back-Stretch: The Key to Overcoming a Fast-Moving Brooklyn Second Alarm

October 20, 2016

Blog: Keeping Members Safe at Motor Vehicle Accidents (MVAs)

October 20, 2016

Blog: Plot Targeting Muslim Immigrants Foiled in Kansas

March 30, 2017

Parliament Attacker Used WhatsApp Two Minutes Before Rampage

March 23, 2017

¿El Nino? Ushers in Rain, Calamity to Peru

March 16, 2017

Interest in Daylight Savings Time Shifts

March 15, 2017

#WednesdayWisdom from…FDNY Pro Battalion Chief Kevin Harrison and Lieutenant Timothy Carroll

A key element for deploying resources is the establishment of a unified Command Post. In order for a comprehensive and uniform plan to be developed, all of the command elements must be co-allocated. By being in proximity, leaders are aware of each other’s issues and develop […]
March 9, 2017

Researchers Get Closer to Terrorism Minority Report

March 8, 2017

#WednesdayWisdom from…FDNY Pro Paramedic Joseph D’Agosto

Students learn in many ways, such as seeing, hearing and experiencing things firsthand. But for most students, one of these methods dominates. Review these learning styles and identify which one of the following fits you best: Visual Learners are those who learn through seeing things. Auditory […]
March 6, 2017

S2, E16 Recognizing Heart Disease with FDNY Chief Medical Officer Doctor Kerry Kelly and FDNY Attending Cardiologist Doctor Dianne Acuna

March 2, 2017

Car Crashes Mar Mardi Gras Celebrations