Modern Fire Behavior – UL Firefighter Safety Research
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Modern Fire Behavior – UL Firefighter Safety Research Modern Fire Behavior UL Firefighter Safety Research Home About Us UL FSRI S.L.I.C.E-R.S. YouTube Channel Interactive Training Attic Fires Governors Island Positive Pressure Attacks MABAS 3 Contact Us is a joint effort between and the Underwriters Laboratories Fire Safety Research Institute. This site is meant to serve as a clearinghouse of news and training information related to Modern Fire Behavior and Modern Building Construction Research, Tactics, and Practices along with actual street experiences. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Webmaster Brian Kazmierzak. MFA #33: Ventilation Justification – More new excuses for old habits Brian Kazmierzak July 18, 2016 No Comments Continuing my theme of rebutting the new reasons traditionalists are coming up with to avoid changing their approach to firefighting, given that many of its original justifications have been effectively disproven, this post will focus on the air flow component of the "How to … [Read more...] News Port Coquitlam Fire Department Modern Fire Behavior SOG Brian Kazmierzak July 13, 2016 No Comments Thanks to Port Coquitlam Fire Department Canada for sharing their new residential fire SOG based on UL & NIST studies. 2.03.01 Response To Single Family Residences … [Read more...] News, S.L.I.C.E-R.S. VIDEO: WORKING IN THE FLOW PATH BY SEAN GRAY & PJ NORWOOD Brian Kazmierzak July 13, 2016 No Comments In this first video on using a "dollhouse" training prop, P.J. Norwood, Sean Gray, and company demonstrate how to simulate basic fire behavior, including flashover and the effects of horizontal and vertical ventilation. … [Read more...] News Get In There: Vent, Enter, Isolate, Search by Kevin Lewis Brian Kazmierzak July 13, 2016 No Comments Original Post: It’s 3 a.m. and as the bells alert you and your crew to a structure fire, it sounds like there’s going to be working tonight. While en route, the … [Read more...] News The Four Tenets of Tactical Ventilation: Part Four – Controlled by Nick Papas Brian Kazmierzak July 13, 2016 No Comments Original post found at: The fire ground is a highly dynamic environment that is layered with varying degrees of complexity and uncertainty. Each incident we face will present its own set of … [Read more...] News JERSEY CITY LOSES WELL KNOWN FIRE OFFICER Brian Kazmierzak July 7, 2016 No Comments Deputy Fire Chief Kevin Stewart, a 37-year-veteran with the city's fire department, has died. Stewart, 61, who first joined the department as a firefighter in 1979, received multiple awards during his tenure with the department. The cause of death was not immediately available … [Read more...] News TACTICAL CHANGES THAT CAN SAVE FIREFIGHTERS’ LIVES Brian Kazmierzak July 7, 2016 No Comments BY NICK J. SALAMEH original post found at: Much has been said and studied about fire behavior over the past few years. So why are some in the fire … [Read more...] News SMOKE EXPLOSION AT TRAINING BURN Brian Kazmierzak July 6, 2016 No Comments The video above, posted by Hot Helmet on Monday was from a February 28 training burn in Jones County, Mississippi. Watch what happens at about :55 into the video. You can use the settings in the bottom right of the screen to run the video in slow motion. … [Read more...] News SCBA FACE PIECE INSPECTION TRAINING VIDEO Brian Kazmierzak July 6, 2016 No Comments Richard Kesler from Illinois Fire Service Institute shares a tip on inspecting SCBA masks for hidden thermal damage. Thermal damage that can't be seen with the naked eye can be detected by a LED light. … [Read more...] News WIND DRIVEN FIRES ONLINE COURSE Brian Kazmierzak July 1, 2016 No Comments Here’s a brand new course released by the IAFC Firefighter Safety Through Advanced Research (FSTAR) program. It is an on-line course listed as 1.5 hours to complete. It is based on a double LODD in Texas at a residential ranch home fire in which wind driven fire conditions were … [Read more...] News, UL FSRI Study Underway to Determine Impact of Training Fires on Crews by Peter Matthews Brian Kazmierzak June 28, 2016 No Comments Original post at: Over the last three days, 12 firefighters and 10 instructors have been taking part in live burns as researchers collect … [Read more...] News Limited Staffing Solutions by Jason Caughey Brian Kazmierzak June 28, 2016 No Comments ORIGINAL POST AT: Open any fire trade magazine or scan any firefighter website, and you will be inundated with new tactical options, scientific research and data from around the world. Research from UL, … [Read more...] News PHOTOS FROM TODAY’S IFSI RESEARCH FROM JOHN BUCKMAN Brian Kazmierzak June 27, 2016 No Comments Research being conducted today at the Illinois fire services institute today to measure the firefighting, chemicals, cardiovascular and other effects on the human body. Numerous organizations ar in attendance Champaign, FDNY, Chicago, Hanover Park Illinois and Toledo Ohio and … [Read more...] News UL – FSRI Completes Full – Scale Fire Experiments Brian Kazmierzak June 18, 2016 No Comments Work continues on the 2013 Department of Homeland Security grant to study the “Impact of Fire Attack utilizing Interior and Exterior Streams on Firefighter Safety and Occupant Survival.” Throughout both February and March, the UL – FSRI team was in Northbrook, Illinois at the … [Read more...] News RESEARCH PROJECT EXAMINES FIREFIGHTER CHEMICAL AND CARDIOSVASCULAR EXPOSURES Brian Kazmierzak June 17, 2016 No Comments On June 27, 2016, Fire Engineering will be on hand to report on a joint study investigating fire service chemical and cardiovascular exposures. Our live coverage of this research event--a collaborative effort between the Illinois Fire Services Institute (IFSI), UL Firefighter … [Read more...] News 1 2 3 … 33 Next Page? Facebook Feed UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute 13 hours ago UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute shared a link. ... See MoreSee Less Online Training Courses | FSTAR Firefighter Safety Through Advanced Research View on Facebook ·Share Likes: 25+ Shares: 14 Comments: 0 Gabriel Sedillo, ??? ??? ??????? and 23 others like this Comment on Facebook UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute 22 hours ago Photos from UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute's post (4 photos) ... See MoreSee Less 4 View on Facebook ·Share Likes: 16 Shares: 0 Comments: 0 Jeremy Nance, Matthew Martin and 14 others like this Comment on Facebook UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute 23 hours ago TBT - Chief Jerry Tracy controls the crowd of media and visitors as a wind driven fire experiment is prepared on Governors Island in 2008. We refer to these experiments as "Jerry's wedding" because it was his passion for the fire service and tenacity that made these experiments and many after them possible. Thank you Chief Tracy! To learn more about these experiments and what was learned visit ... See MoreSee Less View on Facebook ·Share Likes: 25+ Shares: 3 Comments: 0 Andres Magos, Greg Campanella and 23 others like this Comment on Facebook Latest Tweets RT @tomcjenkins: @UL_FSRI making a difference in NW Arkansas at the MidStates Fire Conf. @OSUFST Time ago 21 Hours via Twitter for iPhone RT @UL_FSRI: Research Engineer Zevotek presenting today at the Mid-States Fire Conf in Siloam, AR. @CSUedu @OSUFST @tomcjenkins https://t.c… Time ago 21 Hours via Twitter for iPhone Research Engineer Zevotek presenting today at the Mid-States Fire Conf in Siloam, AR. @CSUedu @OSUFST @tomcjenkins Time ago 22 Hours via Twitter for iPhone Follow @UL_FSRI on twitter. YOU NEED THIS BOOK (Trust Us) 400+ PAGES. 90+ CONTRIBUTORS! 100% of the royalties from the sales of "PASS IT ON" will be donated to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and the Chief Ray Downey Scholarship Fund. 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