Featured below are videos that the University of Missouri Fire and Rescue Training Institutes has either captured during training exercises or has found to be valuable to emergency service professionals.
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Training emergency service professionals to assess potential grain bin emergencies that could occur in their area and plan for the necessary resources to handle those events.
Liquid propane (LP) gas is a potential hazard present in most communities and a complete understanding of its hazards is necessary to safely and efficiently handle such an incident.
Swiftwater Rescue at Six Flags is designed to prepare emergency response personnel to perform rescue operations in fast moving water emergencies.
Let's help eliminate deaths and injuries to emergency responders from highway incidents involving commercial explosives. Please share this video.
Let's help eliminate deaths and injuries to emergency responders from fire department tanker/tender rollover crashes. Please share this video with fire departments in your area or membership.
Training on the water and leaving with an understanding of rescue equipment, team organization, standard operating guidelines, and victim physiology and water dynamics.
Highlights from the 2013 Summer Fire School. The annual event is made possible by the University of Missouri Extension Fire and Rescue Training Institute.
University of Missouri Extension's Fire and Rescue Training Institute has developed a new training tool to help firefighters learn to look for clues in a suspicious blaze.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), along with University of Missouri Extension's Fire and Rescue Training Institute (MU FRTI), held an electric vehicle safety training session for emergency responders.
University of Missouri Extension's Fire and Rescue Training Institute uses the simulator at airports across the country, giving firefighters the opportunity to experience the closest thing to a real aircraft fire.