In a recent post I stated and advocated that fire suppression tactics must be adjusted for the rapidly changing methods and materials impacting all forms of building construction, occupancies and structures. The need to redefine the art and science of firefighting is emerging as a common theme as well as the theme that I advocate on Occupancy Risk not Occupancy Type. HERE
A common theme has been evident here at FRI in Dallas related towards the continued identified need for the fire service to begin what I call a Tactical Renaissance
. I discussed what defines and identifies the attributes and suggested what needs to be instituted earlier in the week at FRI.
One thing is not only clearly self-evident throughout common themes this past week, but also resonates through direct discussions with various Executive Chief Officers, Field Operations Commanding Officers and Training Officers. They all agree that the fire service needs to do something-and soon in redefining our strategies, tactics and way we are doing business in the streets. "The times they are a changin...."
What do you think?