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Fire Service Rapid Intervention Crews: Principles and PracticeAuthor: Joe Nedder
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Be prepared for any mayday situation!
From training to equipment to on-scene considerations, Fire Service Rapid Intervention Crews: Principles and Practice, Enhanced First Edition Includes Navigate 2 Advantage Access covers all aspects of rapid intervention and ensures that crew members and incident commanders are fully prepared for “Mayday” emergencies. The textbook completely addresses both knowledge and skills requirements found in the 2015 Edition of NFPA 1407, Standard for Training Fire Service Rapid Intervention Crews, and informs training personnel on how to conduct safe, effective rapid intervention training. The Enhanced First Edition provides a road map for small, medium, or large departments to safely train members on the skills of self-survival and rapid intervention to prepare for incidents where fire fighters become lost, trapped, or disoriented.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Basics of a Rapid Intervention Crew
Chapter 2 Planning for a Prepared Rapid Intervention Crew
Chapter 3 RIC On Scene: Preactivation Considerations and Actions While Staged
Chapter 4 Activation of the RIC and Organizational Considerations
Chapter 5 Rapid Intervention and Self-Rescue
Chapter 6 Skills and Techniques of the Rapid Intervention Search
Chapter 7 RIC Team Actions Once the Downed Fire Fighter Is Found
Chapter 8 RIC Skills: Rapidly Moving a Downed Fire Fighter
Chapter 9 RIC Stair Rescue Techniques: Variables, Challenges, and Skills
Chapter 10 Rescuing Fire Fighters Through Windows, Over Ladders, and From Restrictive, Limited Space
Chapter 11 Rescuing a Fire Fighter From Below Grade and Through a Hole in the Floor
Chapter 12 Fire Fighters Trapped in Attics
Appendix A The Multi-Purpose Prop: Purpose and Construction
Appendix B NFPA 1407: Standard for Training Fire Service Rapid Intervention Crews, 2015 Edition Correlation Guide