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How can we apply theories of human behavior to improve fire safety and emergency response?

Human behavior can be applied to fire safety and emergency response in order to improve educational components, search tactics, and leadership within crews. Understanding the strengths and weaknesses of each individual on a crew can help create a more effective and efficient team.
Transcript: "I think when you look at where we can apply human behavior to improve both fire safety and the emergency response side from the fire safety side. I think it's great because we can apply human behavior to our educational components that we put out into the communities. As far as you know, what is probably the first thing that comes to mind when there's a fire or when there's smoke or when there's an emergency then we apply it to. Okay, well, what do we want them to do? And I think that's one of the bigger things than the fire safety side. For the general public. But on the emergency response side, I think it's great because we actually are able to understand better on search. You know where the things where the place that we want to search for as far as human behavior. It's also time together as a crew. How does leadership really play a huge role in each individual crew. And then as a bigger part, the command structure. And when you look at human behavior, Or I think it's so important that you understand each and every person on your crew, that is such a critical part of understanding that human behavior. Because then what's going to happen is you're going to have more effective and efficient crew. If you utilize the strengths and weaknesses of each individual and counteract them to be able to have a cohesive team."