31 Seconds from Arrival to Water on the Fire with Jonathan Hall

Practically every study – not to mention common sense – says the fastest way to get a fire out is to get water on the seat of the fire.

Modern-day fires that burn hotter and faster demand the ability to rapidly select, deploy, advance, and start flowing handlines.

What’s the best way to get that speed?

My guest today will be talking about The Engine Company’s Need for Speed at Firehouse World 2020.

Jonathan Hall is a captain with the St. Paul, Minnesota Fire Department. He’s been in the fire service for 20 years and serves as a lead instructor in the department’s Training Division,

He’s the co-owner of Make the Move Training and teaches engine company operations around the country.

Jon’s article: Engine Company Operations: The Midwestern Static Load