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Nick Salameh

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Are Transitional Attacks Smarter Firefighting? with Nick Salameh

Code 3 - The Firefighters' Podcast

I just had Pete Van Dorpe on the show, a couple of weeks ago, talking about his article from 2015 titled, “Mounting an Intelligent Interior Attack.”Coincidentally, Nick Salameh, a previous guest on this show, wrote an article this month for Fire Engineering that referred to Pete’s story.He called it, “Why Aren’t More Firefighters Making the Change to Intelligent Firefighting?’In it, he suggested that some of today’s firefighters “after a decade of findings, are still doing the same things they’ve always done when other proven tactics are available to make firefighters much more intelligent, efficient, and effective.”Nick Salameh is a 36 year veteran of the fire service. He was a Fire/Emergency Medical Services Captain level II and previous Training Program Manager for the Arlington County, Virginia Fire Department, where he served 31 years. He is a former Chair of the Northern Virginia Fire Departments Training Committee.


24 Sep 2020

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In Their Own Words: Nick Salameh on Fire Phenomena


Host Joe Pronesti talks to Nick Salameh, who wrote about "Differentiating the “Fireground Phenomena”" in the March issue of Fire Engineering.The best way to keep up with Fire Engineering? Get our regular e-Newsletter: www.fireengineering.com/enewsletter


19 Apr 2020

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Making Good, Defensible Decisions on the Fly with Nick Salameh

Code 3 - The Firefighters' Podcast

If you’re a company officer or a command-level officer, you know the job is all about decision-making. The trick, of course, is to make good, defensible decisions in a big hurry at a chaotic scene. How do you do it? Scott's guest has some ideas that could help you make the right decisions under pressure. Nick Salameh is a 36-year veteran of the fire service. Thirty-one of those years were spent with the Arlington County, Virginia, Fire Department.


27 Sep 2018