Fire and Rescue Incident Command: A practical guide to incident ground management (Paperback)
Fire and Rescue Incident Command provides a comprehensive guide to incident ground operations, from small house fires and road traffic accidents, to widespread wildfires, high-rise operations and major transport disasters. It explores the tactics and strategies available at an incident, the roles and responsibilities of the Incident Command and those under his/her command, the legal framework within which fire ground activities must operate, good communications practice and protocols, and of course the tactics needed to ensure the safety of the public, property and the firefighters on the front line.
About the Author
Tony served in the UKFRS for 30 years including 23 years as a senior operational command officer in roles from Station Commander to Brigade Commander. His managerial roles include Director of Operations, Strategic Lead for Development and Head of Fire Protection and Prevention in West Midlands Fire Service and Head of Fire Protection in Oxfordshire FRS. He has been responsible for some of the largest incidents in West Midlands in recent years! He is a senior lecturer at the University of Wolverhampton and has worked as an incident command assessor at the Fire Service College, taught emergency planning and incident management for the Emergency Planning College and the International Fire Training centre. He has been a correspondent for FIRE Magazine for over 15 years and writes on operational, fire and community safety and FRS political issues.