Summary: At around 0030 11/16/16 I Sr. Officer Chad Stephenson of Siena Heights University (SHU) Department of Public Safety (DPS) was approached by resident student Stanley Saunders to report that his jacket was stolen out of his dorm room 409 on 11/15/16 between 1400-2300. Saunders stated that after he come back from a meeting at around 1230 he took his jacket off and but it on his bed. Then at around 1400 the left his room to go and hung out with some friends, when he came back at around 2300 he noticed his jacket was missing. Saunders searched his room, and talked with his roommates to see if any of them seen it but they all said no. The jacket is described as an Black North Face theremoball full zip up and is a size XL, Saunders states that he only bought it around a month ago.
Jesmyn Ward: “The Fire This Time” The Fire This Time, by Jesmyn Ward, describes and explains the struggles that many African Americans face on a daily basis. In her introduction, Ward wants to address the ongoing racial injustices in the United States. Being an African American woman who grew up in the United States, she has dealt first hand with the “limiting, airtight closet” she describes as living in the American South. Jesmyn Ward gives the readers a glimpse of what the book, The Fire This Time, will be about. Touching on the interwoven past and present of African American lives, the many victims of racial injustice in the United States, and the image White people have of African Americans.
Brunswick High Emergency Procedures are located in the Policies and Procedures section. They are divided into 4 sections: Fire Safety Guidelines, Emergency Drills, Response to a Violent Incident (can be a student disruption), and a crisis policy. The fire safety guidelines were more about the type of equipment that could
Intro For many years, the fire service has been behind the times in scientific advancements in regards to fire tactics, fire behavior, and fire equipment. Through the investigation and experiments of the National Institute of Standards and Technology over the last few years, the fire service has seen enormous strides in research that has changed the mentality of the fire service for the better in my opinion. This paper will cover a little background of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), along with how NIST has changed the fire service for the better, and is NIST good for the fire service as a whole.
Two different fires took place in two different decades, yet they were eerily similar to each other. One was in Mann Gulch and one was on Storm King Mountain. Both of these fires became disastrous because there was a collapse of sense making and things were no longer working for the people involved. The people did not know what to do or where to turn, and thus where unable to make sense of what was going on. In this essay I will compare the two fires not only with themselves, but also with one of Lencioni’s dysfunctions. I will then propose a solution based on Lencioni’s recommendations that could have helped the team in Mann Gulch apply some structure and make sense of what was really happening.
Major places that deals with fire suppressants: Industrial Safety Supply Massey Industries Guyana Fire Services Systems sold by Industrial Safety Supply: Foam and Water Extinguishers Dry Chemical Extinguishers Carbon Dioxide Extinguishers Fire Boy Systems Information provided from Industrial Safety Supply: They send CO2 extinguishers to Banks DIH to be refilled, looking through their financial records they were able to determine the amount of CO2 they paid for per year. Thus they are to provide how much CO2 is used for recharging per year, however they were unable to determine the average amount of CO2 used to recharge one single extinguisher.
Candidate Miles' five paragraph order briefing to his fire team was clear and the content was equally as clear and in order. SNC confidently briefed all the vital key points and formulated a solid verbal plan prior to execution of the obstacle. Upon entering the problem SNC's initial
One example of this was the fact that the hardware store did not present an active sprinkler system and if the system sprinkler was in place at the time of the incident, chances of the explosion would have been less that what it was. Sprinkler systems in buildings reduce the chances of fire growth significally, also resulting in a successful interior fire attack. Consider to the building owners that if they do have hazardous materials located in the building, to either store them outside in a cage where it is marked and labeled accordingly with placards or have placards attached to the building if the materials are located inside the building. Having that in place will give the fire department a good judgement on whether to go inside the structure or go defensive attack during a fire. This fire was a tragic fire that could have been prevented if the kids that were in the back yard had not had knocked over the gasoline can. Hopefully, fire departments across the nation learned from this fire and is more proactive in better pre-planning older style buildings in their
As a leader, I view the youth of our department as an opportunity to reinforce a dedicated and enthusiastic team. Having thirteen years in the fire service, I understand the value in having a crew with experience. This experience provides instinct and knowledge that develops over time. I understand that, during this transition period, I am likely to have a crew with limited fire experience. Fortunately there are several courses of action that can help to compensate for this lack of experience. Such remedies include consistent training, leading by example, and considering the background of each crew member.
1.Introduction On June 9, 2012 the High Park Fire took place about 15 miles west of Fort Collins, Colorado. Itwas started by a lightning strike and fueled by high winds and dry vegetation, the fire grew to be the third-largest fire in Colorado history. Residents were instructed to take precautions if they could see or smell smoke, and a Fort Collins hospital reported an increase in emergency room visits related to smoke inhalation. Much of the fuel for the High Park Fire came from stands of trees that have been killed by beetles (BAER Report, 2012). This paper will discuss methods of remote sensing and field activities based on the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Assessment, Inventory, and Monitoring (AIM) Strategy. This strategy will allow
Community Emergency Preparedness and Response Paper Kimberly Lewis NUR 408 May 7, 2012 Theresa White, MSN Community Emergency Preparedness and Response Paper Preparing for an emergency and knowing what to do in case of an emergency is an important aspect every community should know. Preparedness can be the difference between life and death in certain
Cornerstone is a very popular bar for University of Maryland students to go drink, socialize, and dance with friends. As a result, the 2nd floor tables get moved after 11 PM on popular nights, and are converted into a dance floor, which creates a very densely packed crowd of occupants. The currently building evacuation procedures do not familiarize the occupants with the appropriate egress routes and evacuation procedures during an emergency fire. This discrepancy can be rectified by the implementation of monthly training fire drills, by competent staff to guide the occupants in a conductive and pre-planned manner. The staff of Cornerstone needs to be educated better on the evacuation procedures set forth by the fire marshal for the building. This is appropriate because
In English Class, I have to re-imagine that there’s a fire, and I need to decide what three things I would save in a fire that has meaning to me. My first thought was to save my family, but I have to choose an item that means a lot to
Griffith Fire Units and this officer responded to 1519 N Arbogast in reference to an odor investigation. Upon arrival, this officer determined an unknown person(s) poured ammonia on all three floors in the common areas. Griffith Fire Units handled the haz-mat situation created by the odor. Mansards personnel arrived on scene and contacted a
David C. Billings received an academic 4.0 on his Applied Research Project (ARP) “EMS Under Fire” (EUF), a document he submitted to the National Fire Academy’s Executive Officer Program (EFOP). Grading of this excellence demonstrates the focus, and in-depth detail applied to the research and data generated by the author of this paper. When compared to “The Elements of a Proposal” a guide to a perfect report by Frank Pajares, David Billings accurately fulfills each step noted by Pajares “The Elements of a Proposal.”(Pajares, n.d., p. 1)