“Registration Now Open” Command & Control Class, Pensacola Beach FL, Chief Curt Isakson, CF Tactics

$225 with 'FIRST20' Discount Code ……Full Registration Investment $299 Battalion Chief Curt Isakson, County Fire Tactics, Pensacola Florida Battalion Chief Curt Isakson, founder of County Fire Tactics (CF Tactics, CFT) will host a two-day Command and Control class April 12th-13th, 2021, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm in picture-perfect Pensacola Beach, Florida. The venue for this program will be the Pensacola Beach Hilton.

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Registration is now OPEN, and the first 20 to register using the discount code “FIRST20” will attend for an investment of only $225.

The program covers Chief Vincent Dunn’s Command and Control book and blends Chief Isakson’s 17-years of experience as a line Battalion Chief commanding fires in a metropolitan county. Isakson’s immersion into this countywide working environment requires the use of both rural and urban fire-tactics. Continue reading

Command & Control Class, Pensacola Beach FL, Chief Curt Isakson, CF Tactics

$225 with 'FIRST20' Discount Code ……Full Registration Investment $299 Battalion Chief Curt Isakson, County Fire Tactics, Pensacola Florida Battalion Chief Curt Isakson, founder of County Fire Tactics (CF Tactics, CFT) will host a two-day Command and Control class April 12th-13th, 2021, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm in picture-perfect Pensacola Beach, Florida. The venue for this program will be the Pensacola Beach Hilton.

REGISTER NOW

 

Registration is now OPEN, and the first 20 to register using the discount code “FIRST20” will attend for an investment of only $225.

The program covers Chief Vincent Dunn’s Command and Control book and blends Chief Isakson’s 17-years of experience as a line Battalion Chief commanding fires in a metropolitan county. Isakson’s immersion into this countywide working environment requires the use of both rural and urban fire-tactics. Continue reading

Brian Brush, Firefighter Rescue Survey, This is going to be HUGE

Over the past 10-years, significant research has been conducted on firefighting operations, tactics, and service delivery. Studies on how we do business when the bell rings and we roll out of the fire station have been authored and published by NIST, UL FSRI, and the ATF. The results of these studies have driven significant changes in the fire service.

But until 2021, the fire service has been missing out on a huge data set that will be the next significant change in how we do business. NFIRS and other data collection programs focus purely on the negative, lost lives, property loss, firefighter deaths, etc. While we know that we have been saving civilian lives in residential fires all across the nation, Brian Brush is on a mission to prove it through academic research.

Welcome to the 2021 Fireground Civilian Rescue Research Project. Hold onto your seat, because the initial results are already astonishing. County Fire Tactics (CF Tactics, CFT) stands with and backs this initiative by Chief Brush. The final results are going to be HUGE, providing evidence to what we already know, that it’s worth the risk. Firefighter Rescue Survey is the first of its kind, focusing purely on saving lives, our primary mission focus.

Initial results of the 2021 Fireground Civilian Rescue Research Project Continue reading

Free Webinar “Command Success” from Firehouse Expo Direct 2020

County Fire Tactics founder, Battalion Chief Curt Isakson presented a 60-minute “Command Success” webinar at Firehouse Expo Direct 2020, view the video below.

During this fast-paced 60 minute program, Chief Isakson will cover fireground size-up and what to look for based on the resources assigned to the alarm. It will cover Strategy,  Tactics, & Command Success in how you can make the most of the first arriving companies before all hands arrive.

View the video below for a limited time. Register through firehouse.com at this link to receive a certificate of attendance.


♦ Command Success: Commanding from the Sidelines ♦

After your first ROUND. How do you prepare for the SECOND round?

How do you breakdown once outside?

When do change out bottles? How do you prepare your gear while in REHAB? Do you always remember to turn off PASS? Do you confirm lights are still charged? Do you know who replaced you inside? Have you given a report on inside conditions? WHERE IS YOUR CREW? Do you all stay together while outside?