There are a considerable amount of dangers on the fire ground due to building construction, as we saw in the USFA TR-061 Four Firefighters Killed, Trapped by Floor Collapse, USFA TR-073 Floor Collapse Claims Two Firefighters, and USFA TR-102 Structural Collapse at Dwelling Fire Results in Two Firefighter Fatalities readings.
After reading each of this week’s required readings and conducting your own research into the topic, write a post that answers the following:  
1. Considering the dangers on the fire ground caused by the construction of buildings in your area, how would you rate the preparation of your department for a structural emergency?
2. Are there any training activities on structures, evacuation, and rescue of personnel? 
3. Are there guidelines that provide standard ways of dealing with a situation that traps firefighters? 
4. Now the hard part, what changes would you make in the procedures of your department in order to correct the deficiencies or to improve the procedures now in use.
5. If you are not with a department, please state that in your post, and then discuss some of the recommendations made in the USFA reports.
6. Back up your discussion by providing proper attribution to this week’s readings, and/or other suitable sources from your research.
Grading:  Discussion posts are graded on timeliness, relevance, knowledge of the weekly readings, the quality of original ideas, the conversational exchanges with other students, and the attribution given to the authors or creators work.  
Refer to the Weekly Discussion Requirements below and the provided rubric for a more detailed explanation of what I expect out of the discussions

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