More Than a Thousand Words

by Andy Bozzo

July 14, 2016 Posted in Accountability, AVL, Blog, ICS, map, maps, situational awareness

Sometimes a picture is worth much more than a thousand words. Especially when those words are taking up valuable radio bandwidth.[…]

Rapid Accountability

by Andy Bozzo

It continues to be VERY busy at work these days. I responded to 7 legitimate working fires for the month of May. And three of those have been two alarm fires. It’s been a really crazy run![…]

Baby Steps

by Andy Bozzo

Two things happened last week in my life as a Fire Captain that simply could not have happened a generation ago.[…]

Entrepreneurship, Myth #1

by Skye Thompson

Here’s a funny fact about entrepreneurs: The most common reason people start businesses is to avoid working for others. […]

Big Buttons

by Andy Bozzo

We’re a long way from the black and white images of cops with their feet up on the desk and firemen playing cribbage in Fire Station USA. Since 9/11 and the dawn of the iPad, emergency services is becoming increasingly armed with the latest and most intuitive technological enhancements from the consumer space to track, measure, and analyze.[…]

Tablet Command and the NIOSH 5

by Skye Thompson

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Blue Card, Tablet Command & Temporal Awareness

by Andy Bozzo

When I look back on my travels and readings from 2014, I logged a tremendous amount of exposure to several different emergency incident command gurus and methodologies. One of the methodologies that I have become a student of, literally, is Blue Card Command. I’m currently enrolled in the online portion of the command course with the classroom portion soon to follow.[…]