Leadership Instructions Decisions & Strategy - Leadership Instructions Decisions and Strategy
 
Firefighting
Tactics & Procedures
Meeting  the   Challenges of of TODAY and Tomorrow.
 
LECTURE Classes
 
  • FIRE-GROUND LEADERSHIP/SCENARIO
  • OFFICER LEADERSHIP
  • TERRORISM AWARENESS
  • All Classes with Power Point
 
 
HANDS-ON-TRAINING
 
  • R.I.T. PROCEDURES (MANAGING THE MAYDAY)
  • LADDER OPERATIONS
  • ENGINE OPERATIONS
  • FORCIBLE ENTRY/THRU THE LOCK
  • HI-RISE OPERATIONS/POSITIVE PRESSURE VENTILATION
  • BREACHING & SURVIVAL
  • SEARCH TECHNIQUES
  • All Classes with Power Point
  • All types of structures are reviewed.
 
      
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                    FF.Davis, Asst.Chief Parisi (Salem NH, FD),
                       FF.Wutz,FF.Brezler and Lt.Scotto
 
                                                                                                           
Updated:  April 15, 2012:
 
  Plan of Attack:  While battling a fire for 20 minutes or so all members should consider the stability of the structure. Most fires that we cannot extinguish in this time frame have a grasp on the structural members. Collapse is an iminate danger. Know your building construction.  Get low and Go!    Stay Alert...  
 
Go to the Legacy facebook  profile to view Firefighter Removal drill.
 
Legacy asks you to view Firehouse.com and look at "WTC In Their Own Words". This book tells the story of 9/11 from the firefighters perspective. I was honored to be on TV with Chief Eisner a couple of times to discuss the book. If you haven't purchased this book, you are not getting the full story...
 
** It is an honor for me to announce that I will be instructing atFirehouse Expo in Baltimore this July.**  My class is on Sat. July 21@ 8:30 AM. It is on Ladder Officers Responsilbilities. I look forward to seeing you there. Thanks...
 
 A great day of training with the Newport DE Fire Co., with Chief Jeff Lindell and his members. We all learned some good stuff. Thanks for your hospitality and professionalism. I look forward to our next class. In the mean time, stay alert brothers...
 
We shall be at Little Creek FD, DE., on June 23-24 for RIT classes. If your department is interested in real training, join us. 
 
  Legacy recommends  FF. Jason Brezler's company at www.LeadershipUnderFire.vpweb.com, for more on Leadership and Terrorism.  
 
Legacy's Facebook page is open to all. Come unboard and let's talk training... 
 
Legacy has dates available to train for your use. If you or your department are viewing this site, make the call. I will be glad to discuss our capabilities and expertise with you. When you train with us, you will feel great about being a firefighter. Go ahead, find out what many others know.
 
 Contact Front's website, www.contactfront.com. Go there and see what's offered for the continual training of our First responders. 
 
   Legacy's  Training Theory: "If you fail to plan, plan to Fail!"
 
                        Until we update again, Stay Safe.
                          
                                          Fraternally,
                                        Mike Scotto
                                      Lieutenant, FDNY
                     
 
 
 10 years have passed since that day.
Remember Always, Their Sacrifice,  343.
                                         
                   
 
 
 
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