IIAF Fire Ground Survival Program

This program was developed by the International Association of Fire Fighters, Division of Occupational Health, Safety and Medicine in cooperation with the International Association of Fire Chiefs. Copyright © 2010 by the International Association of Fire Fighters. The materials produced throughout the development of the Fire Ground Survival Program are the proprietary right of the IAFF. No part of it may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise without written permission from the International Association of Fire Fighters. The IAFF does authorize the reproduction of this document exactly and completely for the purpose of training the student fire fighter to the awareness level. These materials are not to be used to conduct the Fire Ground Survival Train the Trainer Program. None of the materials may be sold for a profit under the provisions of public domain. These materials have been copyrighted under the copyright laws of the United States. Permission to duplicate these materials is conditional upon meeting the above criteria and may be rescinded by the IAFF for failure to comply.A Mayday exists when a fire fighter is in need of immediate assistance. There is no other call more challenging to fire ground operations than a Mayday. In these chapters you will learn how to prevent a Mayday and also how to manage and survive a Mayday

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