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Your Fire Science Education Should Prepare You for Evidence-Based Operations

By Anthony S. Mangeri

Evidence-based fire operations require firefighters and other fire service personnel to have a strong understanding of math and science. Here's why fire science curriculums, for new firefighters as well as for continuing education of fire service personnel, should incorporate science courses to introduce fire science students to the basic concepts of matter and energy.

Duty to Act: What Does Your SOP Say?

By Anthony Mangeri, faculty member, Emergency and Disaster Management Program at American Military University

There have been several stories of public safety personnel, on and off duty, failing to meet the response expectations of their community. The incident in the District of Columbia involving a 77-year old man who died outside a fire station brought into focus emergency responders’ legal duty to act versus expectations by the communities we serve to aid those who ask for help.

Duty to Act: Legal Obligations vs. Community Expectations

By Anthony S. Mangeri, Sr., Faculty Member, Emergency and Disaster Management at American Military University

Over the years, there have been several stories of public safety personnel, on and off duty, failing to meet the response expectations of their community. A recent incident in the District of Columbia involving the death of a man who collapsed near a fire station and not receive immediate aid, made it even more unclear if emergency responders have a legal duty to act versus an expectation by the community to aid those who seek help.