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Captain Dennis Thain ( Retired) commented on Aastha Bhargava's blog post Dashboard for Incident Commanders
"Hi Aastha , I started on the fire department when we still stood on the backboard and in the times when safety just started to take precedence for the good of the Firefighter, we must continue to make this number one in our fire fighting work. I see…"
Mar 8, 2015
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Aastha Bhargava commented on Aastha Bhargava's blog post Dashboard for Incident Commanders
"Thank you very much Lieutenant Frederick Georges! This is my thesis project at grad school and it's very important to me. I'd really appreciate the feedback.  "
Mar 8, 2015
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Dashboard for Incident Commanders

I'm designing a dashboard for Incident Commanders to use for enhanced situational awareness during emergencies. Fires spread rapidly, leaving victims with very little time to make phone calls, gather valuables or in some cases, exit the building. In as little as two minutes a fire can become life-threatening. Fire officers arrive as soon as they can and use standard operating procedures to effectively manage the incident scene, save lives and extinguish the fire.From my research, I understand…See More
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Dashboard for Incident Commanders

I'm designing a dashboard for Incident Commanders to use for enhanced situational awareness during emergencies. 

Fires spread rapidly, leaving victims with very little time to make phone calls, gather valuables or in some cases, exit the building. In as little as two minutes a fire can become life-threatening. Fire officers arrive as soon as they can and use standard operating procedures to effectively manage the incident scene, save lives and extinguish the fire.

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Posted on March 8, 2015 at 2:59pm — 4 Comments

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At 8:19am on March 11, 2015, Lieutenant Frederick Georges said…

Ma'am,

You are welcome.

It is what this site was created for, helping students. As you might have noticed there are no advertisements or any annoying pop ups. This site is paid for by its creators and only one source for donations, the American Independent Fire Brigade link in the right column of each page.   Please tell others about your experiences here and if you wish to, donate any amount, even one dollar can help keep the site up and running so it can continue to be a place for others to learn.

Respectfully,

Fireman Fritz

At 8:01pm on March 10, 2015, Lieutenant Frederick Georges said…

Ma'am,

This is an example of how badly things can and do become if there is not adequate oversight by incident commanders at a fire scene. 

Follow this link to read about a tragedy that should have never happened:FIREMAN DOWN!

I hope your research is going well for your thesis. 

At 3:20pm on March 8, 2015, Lieutenant Frederick Georges said…

Please understand that the Fire Service is a serious "good old boy" organization so will not embrace your idea readily.

I am extremely interested in an innovation such as this because I feel there is a true need for it, so I will be willing to help spread the word about it and try to rally acceptance for it.

Again I thank you for your interest and support of the Fire Service.

Fritz 

At 3:03pm on March 8, 2015, Lieutenant Frederick Georges said…

Welcome to FirefighterCountry Ma'am.

Please feel free to post blogs and visit the many pages we offer for learning, growth and entertainment. 

Respectfully,

Creator and Staff @ Firefighter Country

 
 
 

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