Wind-driven fires

Wind-driven fires

Even more important is that everything we say is based on facts and experiences, both our own and that of our users. In this article in IFSJ written by our own Bernie Higgins, you can learn more about a recent evaluation using Cobra on a simulated wind-driven fire....
Choose the safer option

Choose the safer option

Use Cobra to reduce heat and toxic fire gases before entering the fire compartment. Safer, Cleaner & More Efficient Firefighting....
SAVE your health

SAVE your health

The Cobra Method of Scan, Attack, Ventilate, and Enter – SAVE – offers a far safer firefighting option for firefighters. SAVE your health by mitigating short-term exposure to firefighting risks and long-term exposure to firefighting environments....
Short-term risks

Short-term risks

There are risks such as potential exposure to backdraft, flashover, explosions, partial building collapse, and the risk of injury due to reduced vision. In addition, working in extremely stressful situations can also involve direct risks to mental health. Short-term...
Stay safe & healthy

Stay safe & healthy

The side effects from the risks firefighters are exposed to can emerge years later. For example, some of the long-term risks can be exposure to contaminants, which can be carcinogenic, and risks to heart health caused by repeated exposure to very high temperatures....