The Lessons Learned Center has created numerous video productions to aid the learning needs of the professional wildland firefighter community.
The full-length video productions (all previewed in the following downloadable
"trailers" below) can be ordered from:
Custom Recording and Sound
Phone: (208) 344-3535
FAX: (208) 323-0373
DVDs are $12.95 each, including shipping and handling.
Custom Recording and Sound will send videos out the next day.
This video production highlights the lessons learned throughout our history in managing naturally-ignited fires. This production is also available in individual chapters as streaming video here.
This paper--along with its companion DVD program above--tells the comprehensive story of this country's history with naturally-ignited fire.
The Third Workshop on High Reliability Organizing featuring the Tarkio Fire Shelter Deployment Staff Ride. (2008)
Learn how to teach and explain High Reliability Organizing principles from experts Karl Weick and Kathleen Sutcliffe and interagency wildland fire professionals. This package includes a HRO Basic Teaching Guide and nine PowerPoint presentations. (2008 )
One firefighter's account of thinking ahead and surviving a fire shelter deployment on the I-90 Tarkio fire. The full video is also available here
on the "Learning from Incidents" page. (2008)
The Hawkins Wildland Fire Use Video Collection (2007):
The Second Workshop on High Reliability Organizing featuring the field study of the Okefenokee Ecosystem Fire Management Program. (2007)
This special AAR training package includes: Lessons Guide, AAR Power Point, How To Conduct an AAR, and Facilitation Techniques for AARs. (2006)
Experiences of veteran fire management officers. (2005)
Learning from veteran burn bosses. (2005)
The First Managing the Unexpected Series - includes three videos. (2005)
Effective decision making featuring "Learning in Action" author David Garvin. (2005)
Organizational learning in wildland fire featuring "Learning in Action" author David Garvin. (2005)
Re-released in 2005 from 1998 fire behavior analyst workshop that focused on this tragedy wildland-urban interface wildfire.
Learning from experienced interagency fire effects monitors. (2004)