Residential House Fires and how YOUR house changes that with Lt. Mike Ciampo of Fire Department of New York 6 20 2020
For me...there are interviews that change how you look at things. This is one of those... and to be honest there are not many. I have talked about fire safety but never with someone that has seen it from the other side like this and we talk about how they start, what construction methods are dangerous....and I bet your house has some of this so if you are thinking about building or remodeling your home soon this is one show you must listen to... it will really effect how you build your home and what materials are used.
"MICHAEL N. CIAMPO is a 33-year veteran of the fire service and a lieutenant in the Fire Department of New York. Previously, he served with the District of Columbia Fire Department. He has a bachelor’s degree in fire science from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. He is the lead instructor for the FDIC International Truck Essentials H.O.T. program. He wrote the Ladders and Ventilation chapters for Fire Engineering’s Handbook for Firefighter I and II (Fire Engineering, 2009) and the Bread and Butter Portable Ladders DVD and is featured in “Training Minutes” truck company videos." (taken from Fire Engineering Dot Com)
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