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DVD - Fatal Wind Driven Fire Incident
LODD 360 Degree Incident Recreation Firefighter Training

Program Outline:
This recreation is based on actual events. Two apparatus responding to a reported fire collided in an intersection. One Fire Captain was killed in the collision and several firefighters were injured. The driver of one apparatus had to be extricated from the rig. There were several contributing factors to this event. This program recreates the incident and allows your firefighters to understand how critical the contributing factors are.

Program Features:
Overview of department and staff involved: Training, Certifications, and Equipment
Complete Presentation of Incident Location: 360 Computer Graphic of intersection

Review of contributing factors
Complete computer animation of the incident and collision
Review of NIOSH final recommendations

LODD 360:
It is critical that we focus on LODD events to learn from our past, to create a safer tomorrow.
This is an approximate thirty minute DVD program designed to train firefighters. This program uses computer graphic to reconstruct the incident. With classroom discussion this program can easily be one hour of training for your staff.

Program Previews:
Previews of our LODD 360 Programs are available at

Training Information:
Discussion and review of After Action Recommendations is recommended to maximize training potential from this program. Group discussion following the review of this material will aid your firefighters in making critical decisions, and understanding the potential impact of every action taken on the fire ground.

Approx Training Time: 1 Hour

This program is based on the final NIOSH investigative report.
Training time includes group discussion of incident and recomendations.


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