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For the Prospective Fire Officer: Prepare

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I started a new video series and am presenting a new class at FDIC 2015 called “10 Commandments for the Company Officer: A Guide for Success off the Fireground.” The class touches on 10 things for the new company officer to consider for success in the firehouse and dealing with his members. In the first […]

“Company Officer Boot Camp” 2-Day On Site Class

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For the past year I have provided three, 10 week Company Officer Boot Camp classes and with more request filtering in and registrations for the first class starting in 2015. I have had several requests for an on-site class, well, here it is! This is a 2 day, 16 hour class offering with group activities, […]

Company Officer Boot Camp: September 8, 2014

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Round three for the Company Officer Boot Camp! Here is the registration and information for the course. Thanks for all of the interest and support! For specific questions, please email thenewfireofficer@gmail.com. If you would like to enroll multiple officers from your department, let me know so we can work out an exclusive class or provide […]

FREE Webinar from The New Fire Officer: Part 2

Here it is, number 2 in the series for company officers, and it’s FREE! Limited to the first 150 attendees, so hurry! Please register for The 10 Commandments for the Successful Company Officer: 2. Set Expectations and Follow Through on Aug 27, 2014 2:00 PM CDT at: Register here for FREE! This webinar is the […]

The First Due Rural Engine: Laying the Line

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I recently have had a lot of suggestions and requests to post on some volunteer, rural, combination issues that the fire service faces. I started and am still a member of a mostly rural volunteer, now combination, department. My earliest exposure to the fire service was at this mostly rural department.  We had a large […]

Are We Honest Enough?

One of the most challenging aspects of being an officer, leader or instructor is providing honest feedback to our crews. It sounds simplistic and most will say in response to reading that, “I am.” Well, as easy as it sounds, skimming over the “bad” stuff is easier to do because we are Brothers and Sisters […]

Command and Size Up “Memory Joggers”

  Here is a great "memory jogger" for Command Functions and Size Up from one of our instructors, Scott Hulsey.   Size-up Matrix   Command Sequence Cycle     Click the link for each and feel free to use how you wish. If you have additions and suggestions, please share.   Thanks for reading and […]

Behind the Back and Thru the Legs

When we get to an advanced level of skill sets, it typically comes from past experiences and hours upon hours of training. With that training and experience also comes the ability to recognize situations that are not typical. These non-typical situations will require us, if trained appropriately, to make the best possible decision for the best possible outcome. The mantra of always use two hands to pass and catch the ball with thumbs turned down may not work or be appropriate in a certain situation because the desired outcome is not going to be achieved.

Two Questions for Future Officers

  I get asked frequently by up and coming firefighters all of the time about what they should concentrate on in order to be prepared for promotion. Of course, there are the typical replies about certain types of training and education along with career development paths. Most are enthusiastic and really into the job and […]

More Building Construction for Size Up

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In addition, the importance of the block wall in the back is important for orientation as well. If we get inside and get to a wall that is block, we have a pretty good idea of where we are. We only would know this by pre-planning and/or doing our 360.

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Jason Hoevelmann

Deputy Chief/Fire Marshal with the Sullivan Fire Protection District, a combination department, and a career firefighter/paramedic with the Florissant Valley Fire Protection District in North St. Louis County.

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Gregg
Storage in the Stairs
Ladder can block the door or fall and block the door. All emergency exits should be kept clear of all material that could prevent using the exit.
2014-11-15 18:34:07
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“Company Officer Boot Camp” 2-Day On Site Class
I think I sent you an email, did you receive the information? Jason
2014-11-14 17:20:03
Jeff Hughey
“Company Officer Boot Camp” 2-Day On Site Class
I am interested in this class
2014-11-12 11:40:01
Figuring Out Hose Stretches Using Rope: Company Drill from Engine House Training | Smooth Bore Tip
Figuring Out Hose Stretches: Company Drill from Engine House Training, LLC
[…] Figuring Out Hose Stretches: Company Drill from Engine House Training, LLC | Firefighter’s Ene…. […]
2014-11-05 19:50:11
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Company Officer Boot Camp: IV Starting December 8, 2014
Chris, I did receive it and you both should be receiving invoices in the next week or so. Thanks and spread the news about the class. Jason
2014-10-27 17:01:29

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