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Lessons Learned in Snag Falling and Mop-Up
26KB Author: Kenneth R. Paul Published: 2008 Posted: 3/26/2009
3. Building indirect fireline, or unburned fuel remains between you and the fire. 4. Attempting frontal assault on the fire, or you are delivered by aircraft to the top of the fire.
44.4KB Published: 2002 Posted: 1/1/2004
LLC Knowledge Management System Briefing Paper
Knowledge Management System Development by The Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center Briefing Paper May 20, 2004 The interagency Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center (LLC) began operations in May 2002. The Center was ...
26.5KB Author: Lessons Learned Center Published: 2004 Posted: 5/27/2004
LLC Reviews and Investigations Document Submission Protocol 062206
The Reviews & Investigations database is a learning tool that will help us, as an interagency fire community, to learn from our past. ... Learning from past events is one of the six critical tasks of a ...
65.2KB Author: LLC Published: 2006 Posted: 6/22/2006
A 2003 Montana wildfire constantly tested the Air Operations Branch and the Logistics Section during each operational period. Since ground transportation to the fire took several hours, the IMT had crews and ...
77.7KB Published: 2003 Posted: 1/1/2004
Mackenzie Wildfire Fire Shelter Deployment Investigation Report
783 KB Author: BLM, Phoenix District Published: 1994 Posted: 9/22/2006
Maine Incident Management Team Guidebook
3MB Author: Maine Forest Service Published: 2008 Posted: 5/14/2008
Managing The Unexpected 2 Workshop Final Report Part 1
Center hosted and coordinated this event. ... These agencies helped with resources and funding support: How can you broaden your options for dealing with situations that can surprise you?
583.7KB Author: LLC Published: 2006 Posted: 6/22/2006
Managing The Unexpected 2 Workshop Final Report Part 2
On the workshop’s second day, the 120 participants board four buses and embark on an allday “case study” excursion that includes: a presentation on the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge’s fire history and ...
744.6KB Author: LLC Published: 2006 Posted: 6/29/2006
Managing The Unexpected 2 Workshop Final Report Part 3
The morning after the Case Study field visit, Dr. Karl Weick and Dr. Kathleen Sutcliffe shared their initial impressions of how they perceived High Reliability Organizing principles had surfaced during the ...
447.1KB Author: LLC Published: 2006 Posted: 6/29/2006
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