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The Urban Attic: "The Upside Down Basement Fire"

By Brian Butler Fire Engineering Magazine: April 2018 Issue

Ventilating Attic Fires With Solar Panels.

By Brian Butler- Feature: Fire Engineering


Why Fires Are Down, And Why That's Bad For New Firefighters.

By Brian Butler UrbanFireTraining Blog

Fire in Hotels and Motels: There is a Difference...

By Brian Butler  Fire Engineering Magazine January 2019 issue

Chimney Fires

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 By Brian Butler

 Fire Engineering Community 

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The "Occupied" Vacant

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By Brian Butler 

"Fires in 'Occupied' Vacant and Abandoned Buildings"

Coming Soon...

 

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Service Station Fires

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By Brian Butler

Gas Stations, Body Shops, Auto Repair, Auto Parts, Junk Yards, Big Box & Convenience Store Fueling Stations. Vehicles, Hazmats, Explosives & People.

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Temporary Standpipe

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No Standpipe? Make One...

By Brian Butler

Fire Engineering Community

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Fires in Parking Garages

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Machinery Size-up

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Coming Spring 2019

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"We're Not Robots, We're Movie Stars"

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There's more than one way to fight a fire, supply water, perform a rescue. Remember, you're always being filmed and uploaded for all to see.

Click below to read this post on the Urban Fire Training blog.

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Preparing for Rapid Tranist Emergencies

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By Brian Butler: 

September issue Firehouse magazine. 

Online article, click below.

Visit our Rapid Transit page for more content and video. 

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Getting the Most Out of The 270 Size-Up

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Basement Fires Part 1, Part 2 Residential, Commercial

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 Fire Engineering Community 

PART 1- Basement Fires

PART 2- Basements & Cellars in Commercial Taxpayers, Garden Apartments, Brownstones, Rowhomes, and Structures on Hillsides/Slopes.

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Motel, Hotel Fires: Yes There Are Many Differences...

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By Brian Butler: 

January 2019  issue

Fire Engineering Magazine

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Metal Awnings, Ground Ladders, and Rowhomes

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Brian Butler offers some solutions when encountering metal awning obstructions: 

Fire Engineering Community

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Marking Death Traps: Hazardous "Occupied" Vacants

Marking Vacant and Abandoned Structures

By Brian Butler- New Article at Firehouse.Com 

March 2018 issue of Fire Magazine


Extended post on UrbanFireTraining Blog

EDITORIAL: The Art of the "Handjob"

IF YOU HAVE THIN SKIN, YOU MIGHT WANT TO AVOID READING THIS…

In almost every fire station in America lurks the “handjob."

So what are some signs of the handjob? He's the guy who...


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Fires in "Occupied" Vacant and Abandoned Buildings

By Brian Butler - Coming 2019-


This is also an excellent course for ALL firefighters and company officers that is being offered in early spring 2019 for your department, conference or seminar.   


Vacant properties used to be an inner-city problem but that is no longer the case. Suburban and metropolitan areas have seen an increased presence of abandoned residential and vacant commercial properties. Many of these buildings are not only prone to fires, they’re occupied by drug users, gangs, copper thieves, squatters, and vagrants. These properties may be structurally unstable with holes in the floors, open roofs, rotted floor decking, fortified board ups, window bars, and the scene of prior burns. In addition, firefighters may have to navigate broken glass, tires, needles, and hoarding conditions. We can’t always assume that these buildings are unoccupied and go defensive. This presentation focuses on size-up, locating victims, unique rapid search and rescue options, savvy laddering and bridging, forcible entry, safe aggressive strategies and methodical tactics.  


Related article: https://www.firehouse.com/operations-training/article/12389383/marking-vacant-and-abandoned-buildings


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The Urban Attic Fire: An "Upside Down" Basement Fire

April issue of Fire Engineering

By Brian Butler

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Firehouse Expo 2018 Nashville TN

October 17th 2018:  Join Brian Butler and Danny Stratton at Firehouse Expo - October 17th for our pre-conference session on the dangers of basement and attic fires. Click here for more information. 


HEARTBREAK RIDGE: Improvise, Adapt, Overcome Punishing Fires in Basements and Attics from the Foundation to the Ridge Pole.

Firehouse Expo: Music City Center October 16th - 20th, 2018 in Nashville.

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Parking Garage Fires

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