NFFF IC to IC Discussion: Yarnell Hill Fire with Chief Eric Kriwer

Insight into what happens when an incident commander suffers a LODD

 

 

National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

 

The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation launched its Incident Commander-to-Incident Commander (IC to IC) Network in 2020 to support incident commanders involved in a firefighter fatality.

This webinar will feature Chief Eric Kriwer, who was involved with the Prescott Fire Department after the tragic loss of 19 of their members at the Yarnell Hill fire on June 30, 2013. Join Chief Kriwer and NFFF National LAST Coordinator Ian Bennett as they discuss the incident, its aftermath, the impact it had on Chief Kriwer and insight into what happens when an incident commander suffers a line-of-duty death on their watch.

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This webinar will be recorded & posted in our Fire Service Resources section following the event.

Facilitators
Ian Bennett
National LAST Coordinator

Chief Eric Kriwer
DC/FM Arizona Fire/Medical Authority

No pre-registration required for this webinar. Please use this link at 1:00 PM EST on April 23, 2020 to access the training.

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Insight into what happens when an incident commander suffers a LODD     National Fallen Firefighters Foundation   The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation launched its Incident Commander-to-Incident Commander (IC to IC) Network in 2020 to support incident commanders involved in a firefighter fatality. This webinar will feature Chief Eric Kriwer, who was involved with the […]

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