March 2015 | Safety and Health
Producing a Clearer Picture of Smoke Toxins By Writer Wildfire Magazine
How research has helped to understand what is in the smoke of rural/urban interface fires.
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March 2015 | Human Dimensions
Preview: Managing fire, understanding ourselves By Writer Wildfire Magazine
A sampling of topics and presentations from IAWF's upcoming conference, "Managing Fire, Understanding Ourselves: Human Dimensions in Safety and Wildland Fire." We…
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January 2015 | Safety and Health
Novices, Experts and Errors: Toward a Safer Fire Ground By Writer Wildfire Magazine
This article is the second in a series by Ivan Pupulidy that explores the changing procedures and safety culture in the wildland…
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January 2015 | Features
Recognize error to prevent accidents By Wildfire Editor
To build resilience into our systems and success into our safety toolkit, a “student of fire” (and our firefighting systems) must embrace…
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May 2014 | Features
The Yarnell Hill Fire: A review of lessons learned By Rich McCrea
On the afternoon of June 30, 2013, nineteen firefighters perished in a major fire blowup on the Yarnell Hill Fire (YH). This…
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September 2013 | Safety and Health
Just leave the line By Guest Writer
I am still reeling from the most recent tragic calamity near Prescott, Arizona. It is hard to cope with the number 19–almost…
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