In this episode Steve Robertson reviews the Bent and Straight Overhaul Tips.
INSTRUCTOR PROFILE - Steve Robertson
Steve has been in the fire service for 33 years, the last 29 of which has been with the Columbus Ohio Division of Fire. Steve currently serves as the Lieutenant on Engine Company 18 in the South Linden neighborhood of Columbus. Steve has been a classroom instructor at FDIC for the past several years teaching engine company operations. Additionally, Steve is the lead instructor of the FDIC HOT program Stretching For Success. Steve is an instructor for County Fire Tactics and has taught engine company tactics nationally. He has also instructed at the High Rise Operations Conference and Command Officers Bootcamp, Water on the Fire conference all in Pensacola Beach, Florida.
For the past 26 years Steve has also been a state certified Fire Safety instructor. He is also a past member of the State of Ohio Fire Training Committee.
How to get back into the fire fight with a smaller tip to increase reach.
Reduce hang ups on your stretch to ensure it goes smoothly.
Steve Robertson reviews the impact of effective and ineffective stream angles in interior attacks.
Deploy a multi-component standpipe kit when a second line off the same standpipe is necessary.
Steve Robertson reviews different options for hose and nozzle setups using hybrid attack packages in standpipe ops.