Here are some numbers and a few lessons from incidents that occurred during the first half of 2020 (January - June).
This article is about one Hotshot Superintendent's experience implementing COVID-19 mitigations.
This article suggests some risk management tools to consider when weighing risks related to COVID-19 and Wildland Fire.
These are some numbers related to wildland fire accidents in 2019. How will you put these important numbers to use?
Each year the Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center analyzes and summarizes reported incidents to create an Incident Review Summary. Each summary includes exercises to aid crew leaders and instructors with facilitation. (Pro-tip: Do the exercises.)
What are the helmet "rules" for ATVs and UTVs on wildland fires?
How a firefighter successfully prepared for a burnover and used his fire shelter for himself-- and two civilians.
This Blog post highlights 5 recent reports regarding motor vehicle accidents in the wildland fire service. Links are provided to every report, all of which contain valuable lessons.
By Travis Dotson Here are a few numbers from the fire year so far. Please consider these points: These numbers reflect incidents reported to The Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center. These numbers don't reflect everything that has occurred (many incidents are not reported to us). Compiling these numbers doesn't really mean anything - we publish … Continue reading Tac-Pause Please
[Over the next several weeks we will feature content related to “Growth in the Wildland Fire Service.” The content published here will also be featured in the Spring 2019 Issue of Two More Chains.] By Travis Dotson Andrew Addey is a Forest Training Officer, a recent position he landed after ten years on the Sawtooth … Continue reading Slow and Steady