Hydrogen Cyanide: New Generation Concerns Resulting in Firefighting Tactics and Medicine

The awareness of Hydrogen Cyanide (also known as its chemical formula HCN) as a deadly product of combustion is growing. The more we know the more we can prevent our responders from coming into contact with this colorless, oderless, silent killer. This informational document produced by Captain Rick Rochford of Jacksonville (FL) Fire Rescue Department gives real world examples of how HCN affects emergency incidents. He also provides excellent information pertaining to air monitoring, how HCN affects humans medically and other information about this deadly hazard.

Cyanide: New Concerns for Firefighting and Medical Tactics

Leadership / Management Theories, Models and Gurus

This is a website provided by businessballs.com and can help with almost any leadership and/or management question or problem you may have. It describes leadership and management theories, provides models to assist you, and introduces gurus who we can learn from.

Incentives for the Use of Residential Fire Sprinkler Systems in U.S. Communities (coming soon)

This is a study that was prepared for the Fire Protection Research Foundation by Newport Partners LLC. The study surveyed multiple areas that offer incentives, in some way, for having residential sprinklers. There were then organized and averaged to show an accurate representation of what incentives exist for home owners and builders alike.

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