Vincent Dunn

VINCENT DUNN, a Firehouse® contributing editor, is a 42-year veteran of the FDNY and a deputy chief (ret.), serving as a division commander for midtown Manhattan. A nationally renowned lecturer, he is the author of the best selling text and DVDs Collapse of Burning Buildings and textbooks Safety and Survival on the Fireground, Command Control of Fires and Emergencies and his new book Strategy of Firefighting – How to Extinguish Fires. Dunn has a master’s degree in urban studies, a bachelor’s degree in sociology and an associate’s degree in fire administration from Queens College, City University of New York. He can be reached at 800-231-3388 or at vincentdunn@earthlink.net.

Safety & Survival: Risk Assessment of Fireground Hazards

Safety & Survival: Risk Assessment of Fireground Hazards

Safety & Survival: Effective Use of Master Streams

Safety & Survival: Effective Use of Master Streams

Effective Use of Master Streams

Effective Use of Master Streams

Fire Escape Dangers

 

Loading