Modern Fire Behavior: Flow Path Control and Tactical Ventilation.
Fire Captain/Paramedic Michael Davis, City of Tulare Fire Department, CA
The goal of this class is to bring firefighters of all experience and education levels the most critical evidence-based updates on the fire behavior that can be expected on the modern fireground with an emphasis on how firefighters can create or mitigate hostile fire events through their own actions.
Fire Captain/Paramedic Michael Davis is a student of the craft of firefighting. He is a 17 year veteran of the City of Tulare Fire Department with an extensive background in instructing Fire Suppression, Search, Tactical Ventilation, Fire Behavior, and structural firefighting strategy and tactics with his local agency as well as within Tulare County. He has also been serving as a fire investigator in an official capacity with the City of Tulare for 3 years. He holds over 100 certifications and assorted licenses in Fire, Rescue, Medical, and Law Enforcement disciplines from Federal, State, and Local agencies within the United States. Mike Enjoys a variety of high-risk hobbies, witty dialogue, and long walks on the beach.