Instructor Christopher J. Naum

Chief Christopher J. Naum, SFPE
Chief of Training, Command Institute | Tactical Theorist
Consultant, NIOSH Firefighter Fatality Investigation Program
Past Vice President, International Society of Fire Service Instructors
Contributing Editor, – FireEMS Blogs: &
Frm. Contributing Editor, Firehouse Magazine &

A 43-year fire service veteran and a highly regarded national and international instructor, author, lecturer and fire officer, he is a distinguished authority on building construction issues affecting the fire and emergency services and has traveled throughout the United States and internationally delivering training programs on building construction, command management and operational safety. A former Adjunct Instructor with the National Fire Academy and current National Fallen Firefighter (NFFF) Firefighter Safety Advocate, he is a past member of the Board of Directors, IAFC Safety, Health & Survival Section and a past Vice-President with the International Society of Fire Service Instructors. A former architect and fire protection engineer, he was the 1987 ISFSI George D. Post National Fire Instructor of the Year. He is the Chief of Training for the Command Institute (NY|DC) is a Consultant to NIOSH (USA) Firefighter Fatality Investigation & Prevention Program and a well-respected Tactical Theorist, researching and developing emerging and cutting edge strategic and tactical operational methodologies, concepts and practices based on fire research to improved fireground operations and firefighter safety and is active in numerous national & international fire service agenda programs and committees. He is the Executive Producer of the, and Co-produces

Instructing: C09 – Reading The Building And Occupancy Risks: Building FACTS / C10 – Fireground Leadership For Command And Company Officers 2018